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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.
do the normal copies of microsoft worf comes out properly without any spitting.then its the setting problem in your printer .you can change the settings through printer properties --just adjust the photo settings in your printer and it will print the photos.
but if the word document are also having the same problem its the printer problem get the replacement as the printer is new.
A test page prints with the proper ink/text showing up?Have you tried restarting the computer?
Have you powered off the printer and turned it back on?
You could try reinstalling the printer software and see if that helps.
The printer does not feed paper from the tray and then states that there is a paper jam. I have removed all paper and there isn't a paper jam. It will feed paper through the lower roller and straight into the printed paper tray, but will not feed a new sheet.
After I took out PrintHead and tried to clean it up again, I put it back in with Ink Cartridges and got error code 3813 - also couldn't fix it. Removed Ink Cartridges, turned printer off. Turn back on and it will forget about error code 3813 and will tell you to install Ink cartridges. Do that and error code 3813 is gone and ready to print.
A note: I did not find anything telling me I have to change printhead but my problem with black ink printing still exists so I will get new printhead and see if that problem gets fixed.
I'm only guessing here but try cleaning the contact points of the cartridge using tissue but not touching the nozzles. Then clean also the contact points on the printer. If that doesn't work then I would bring it to HP for a check up. Hope this helps.
Go Applications-utilities-Print Set up utility
Open Print set up utility
Then Go reset Print system
Then go to hp folder-device utilities-hp set up assistant
Run hp set up assistant to install the drivers
it will fix the Problem