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Odds are that you have a bad toner cartridge; especially common when using remanufactured cartridges. (Staples, Corporate Express, etc.) Replace your cartridge with an OEM HP cartridge and you should be OK.
my problem is i upgrade my operating system from windows xp to windows vista and my printer ishp deskjet 5652. whenever i print my documents it became smaller the actual size. may i know how can i solve it.
For example, if you want to print black and white, when you select PRINT from the menu, you click on PROPERTIES to the right side or bottom side, depending on which windows you use, then select grayscale/black and white, etc in the options that will follow to correctly use your ink, you can always REMOVE the ink from your printer as you only want to print black and white or non color pages.
Your color cartridge is probably empty as well. you can go to>control panel>printers and faxes> your printer >right click on preferences then click on services. Do all of the maintenance possible on your cartridges and see if that helps. Are your cartridges HP cartridges or generic refills?
In Vista the default s the duplexer is "not installed". Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, Printers, double-click on the Deskjet, Printers, Properties, Device Settings and set the duplexer to "Installed".
If the duplexer prints the back side upside down in Vista once it is enabled you can get a patch as described here.
Regards, Bob Headrick, Microsoft MVP Printing/Imaging