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Printer won't print properly

The PCL6 drivers work but they are black and white only. When I installed the PCL5 drivers it will only print black and white and whatever should be in color comes out as black boxes running off the page. I need color! My test pages are all screwed up. I am running windows xp and the driver is the correct driver. Thanks

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The problem is in the driver, try to install the GDI driver or post script , i think you can change this from driver setting, and if your printing color pdf files and it gives you this, this means the driver setting is wrong, try color microsoft word test and check if it gives you the same result.

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