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I had this same issue until i went to Control Panel>Printers> right click on printer in question>Properties>under General tab click Printing Preferences>under Advanced Tab click Mirror Image off>just in case that wasn't going to cure my mirror image turning right back on I went to the Printing Shortcut Tab and re-saved my shortcuts, checking back to Advanced Tab to make sure that the Mirror Image still showed off. I've had no re-occurrence of that issue since.
go to start, printers and devices, double click on your default printer (the one with the check mark) click on adjust print options, click ok on the popup window, click on the advance tab and there you will see different options for your printing preferences. click on the plus next to printer features, you will see mirror image and it will say off next to it. Click on it and change it to on. click apply, ok and you'll be set! To turn it back off just use the same process but select off under mirror image printing.
hope that helps!
Somewhere in printing preferences, in control panel, and printer properties, there's a selection for mirror image printing for t-shirt stencils and the like. You just need to turn off mirror image printing and it goes back to normal.
The mirror image setting is in the printer properties/ printing preferences. You can either go to control panel/printers/properties, or when you press print, and the window pops up, in printing preferences you can choose the mirror image setting.
go into the properties setting for the printer, go to advanced tab, then to the prinint defaults button on that tab. When you click on that - if you go to the advanced tab within there, you will see "mirror image" and i bet it says "ON" - click on the word mirror and it opens up the ability to set this back to off. Hope that helps!
This is caused by an early driver version provided with the printer.
Download the latest version from the HP website, unplug your printer from your computer then uninstall your existing driver. Once that's successfully completely install the new driver version.
Unfortunately this doesn't always resolve the problem straight away so you may need to repeat this.
To check if you've resolved the problem: - Go to START > Printers & Faxes - Locate your L7780 printer - right click and choose "printing preferences" - choose the "Two-Sided (Duplex) printing" printing shortcut - click on the "Advanced" tab - look at the setting for "Mirror Image"... If you've succeeded this should now be set to "Off"... If it's "On" you still have a problem.
The problem itself is caused by some duff default settings which seem to stick whenever you've done anything that uses the "Two-Sided (Duplex) printing" Printing shortcut provided in the printing preferences.
In particular I've seen this crop up with PDF files...
The new driver does seem to resolve this but a further work around is to define a new duplex setting that has the correct "Advanced" settings and has "Mirror image" set to Off.
This solution also works for the K5400, L7580, L7680, etc...
To solve this problem, you need to set the mirror image to 'off' under the advanced tab of the printing defaults and under the advanced tab of the printing preferences buttons. We had this problem for some time and since doing the above this has stopped.