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This problem is usually caused by one of the colors in the installed cartrige not printing out on the alignment page. You need to have red, blue and yellow working to get a good alignment. Try removing the cartridge, and wiping the print head with a wet paper towel to try to start the ink flowing. You should see three bands of color ink oozing out the bottom. If not, the cartridge is bad and needs replaced again!
your newly installed cartrige which is the colored one is not detected or mybe damage....may i ask if how many times did you refill already your cartrige?refilling a cartrige can cause damage to its circuit i suggest purchase a new colored cartrige and see if it works.
Regular paper is fine for day to day printing. Although, highly graphical printing, or printing that uses a lot of ink will look much better on the inkjet paper, as it doesn't 'bleed' through it nearly as much.
I have just resolved the "Install black cartrige" issue on my printer I am not sure if it will solve everyone's problem but these are the steps I took to solve the problem.
1. removed the black cartrige. 2. removed all the paper from the tray and noticed that one of the pages was a little jammed. 3. I then turned the printer on and off again and still encountered the "Install black cartrige" error message. 4. I then put the black cartrige back in the the printer and restarted the printer. 5. When the printer restarted it started to initialize correctly and I perform some test prints to confirm that it was back up and running.