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Solved: I can hear it printing, but the paper is blank when it's finished. ... Mark as New; Bookmark; Subscribe; Subscribe to RSS Feed · Highlight · Print · Report ... green checks say every thing is good to go, but the test print comes out blank,. ... Reinstall the cartridges into the product, and then gently close the cartridge door.
Hello...here i what I would do..Start from the beginning...uninstalI the printer and the print drivers.....Shut down the computer....reconnect the printer to the computer....start the pc...It should see the device and ask for software....reload the drivers from the cd...when finished...try to print a test page....make sure the printer is Powered on when booting up the pc....I hpe this was helpful......let me know wht happens....PEACE........
this is mostly due to wrong drivers installed on your system. try reinstalling the drivers for your printer if the drivers are correct check virus on your computer. there is a small printer spooler virus that causes this to happen.
Many printers require you to print a test page and go through a process to align the new cartridge. If you haven't done this I would suggest this as your first step. This will confirm if the printer is working.
If still no joy, disconnect printer from computer, uninstall it then reinstall it. Can often save hours of messing using this method.
Try connecting the printer via the USB port on either one of the computers. Then test if the machine prints fine then likely possibility is that the Network interface card is faulty remove the network card and install in a different slot and test. If the same thing happens then reinstall the drivers and test.
When you filled your cartridges were they empty? If so there is a good possibility that the nozzles are gummed and dried up.
If you are going to fill them yourself watch the indicator that comes up on the screen it will tell you when you are getting low. If you get a low indication fill it asap. This will keep your nozzles wet and free flowing. Waiting until its empty can cause them to gum up and altimately dry out.
My solution is to go to the store buy brand new cartridges. Go through the the full set up that your manufacture recomends. This means using the install new ink cartridge utility that came with your printer. Print a test page and print a nozzle aligment page.
Just remember never let your ink completely run out before filling. If you follow this you will never run into this problem again.