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click on start > control panel > printers or printers and faxes >
right click on the printer icon and select printing preferences.
click on advance and look for mirror image
turn off mirror image and click apply.
this should work
u have to clear the sent job, go to printers and faxes through your start menu, if u cant find it there, go to control panel, double click on the printer and faxes icon, on the pop up window, double click to open the printer then select all the jobs and empty the box, then you can start using again, make sure the printer is off while doing that.
You actually have to get the HP drivers uninstalled and then go through the registry to delete all instances of HP and then reinstall drivers ,making sure you have the drivers for Vista and not XP. For going through the registry you must know what you are doing. I can assist.
you go on HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One printer, double click on it, a small window will appear, delete all recent commands
if problem not solve then turn off your pc and printer both and unplug the U.S.B cable, now turn on the pc and delete HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One driver and restart pc then install the driver manually again and print your documents again.
It won't work with Vista. You'll have to throw it away. Seriously, HP didn't write any drivers for it or any new software for it and Vista. This has always been one of the major complaints with Vista and printers.