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from the brief posting I've gotta ask what OS? windows - XP Vista, 7, Linux, OSx?
if windows do you have the right drivers installed (have you done a driver update search - go control panel -> system -> hardware manager -> select printer -> right mouse click and then properties find an option to allow the updating of the drivers from the net ), do you somehow have a default for photo prints setup somewhere and so the print goes to a NULL printer?
Know I may seem sketchy but without more details of your OS it's a bit hard.
Have you googled for HP 2610 photo prints not printing for XYZ OS? maybe someone else has had this issue, lastly gone to HP to seach their?
When the system was reinstalled, the proper printer drivers probably weren't installed. Unplug the printer from the computer. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Printers. If your Photosmart 2610 is there, right-click on it and select 'Delete.' Allow it to remove all associated driver files. Run the printer's setup CD. If you don't have the driver CD, go to this link: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=421139&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us select your operating system and download the Full Feature Software and Drivers (hopefully you have a broadband connection). Run this setup program and follow all of the on-screen instructions. Do not plug your printer into the computer until instructed to during the installation.
By self-test, I assume you are doing that manually on the printer. drivers downloaded/installed? right click on my computer, left click on properties, click on hardware, and then click on device manager. is there a yellow question mark by print drivers? If so, then need to load them from the internet or from your installation disk.
got to be a setup problem. in your printer program there is a page for margins, page breaks. set all for zero or disable page breaks. as far as vista goes, personally I never liked it. I am running firefox and have been for the past three years. It doesn't have all the problem back doors like windows internet explorer. rarely do I ever get patches for the program - it just don't need them.AND firefox is completely compatible with 99% of all running programs.