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Ink cartridge I bought 2 ink cartridges over a year ago and before the ink was used up I got an error message saying these cartridges have expired and the Hp printer will not print. Can you overide this expiration error?

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  • JenkinsJ_99 May 25, 2008

    I have the same problem with my HP 7110, this is a pain if you have a copier/printer that you do not use often. Your ink expires before you use it all! What is the reason for the expiration?

  • computer2957 Jul 07, 2008

    I got error message that color cartridge is expired. I bought a new tri-color ink cartridge and installed it. Then I got an error message "no color cartridge. Install one NOW to prevent damage to the product." I cleaned the cartridge contacts - same error message. I cleaned all three printheads - same error message. All the packing tape has been removed. Have removed and reinstalled both ink cartridges and all printheads. Don't know what else to do and still cannot print!!!

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I would like to over ride my printer so I can print until my new cartridges arrive

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I did try the battery removal (lower left-Inside on motherboard extention) and it didn't work. Then did a soft reset and power down with the batery removed. powered back up (Still no battery) Powered down, reinstalled the battery, powered up and was
able to print. No expired message at all!

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No you can't.

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