Using my HP 1000 I try to print a check and the page comes out black. Only the checks
Quickbook 2009 version, suddenly when printing a check it print total black over the paper. I can print reports but can not print a check.
I am using the HP 1000. Never had this problem. I reloaded drivers, still nothing. A black sheet of paper comes out.
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Make sure that the paper quality matches what is in the printer. If set to glossy, minimal ink is deposited on the page. Also, check the print quality - draft quality provides a minimal amount of ink as well.
Dear there is no control panel switch on printer how you got self test?. it might be engine test.. Was the printer recognised by the system?.. if no replace "POD" cable then check.. if yes check for drivers,.Test page is coming from system but print is not coming, do virus check for files, create fresh word page then try..
Using Quicken Premier 2009 on Windows 7 x64 with HP OfficeJet 7310.
My check wouldn't print and was booted out of Quicken. Validated data (was OK), reinstalled Quicken Premier 2009 (per instructions above), checked printer and driver (was-OK), I still could not print checks (error code 7215 and quicken closed).
SOLUTION: I deleted the transaction I was trying to print, the re-entered it. It printed fine.
All Printers have this issue printing from quicken you would need to download the older version of quicken from oldversion.com Then uninstall the new version and install the old version. all lexmark/canon/epson/brother/hp.....printers have this problem with the new quicken.
Or try calling in to us at 1800-474-6836 and provide us with a remote session with your computer we may be able to fix this issue with a basic driver.Let me know if you have connected the printer thru usb or ethernet and I will give you a resolution that works 70% of the time with the new quicken
Check your other colours. Anything other than a True Type Font is printed in colour shaded with black, so it sounds like you have a problem with yellow and cyan. Either the ink cartridges are out or the print heads have a blockage.
If the cartridges are not empty or v low, try sitting the print head over a folded paper kitchen towel damped with hot water for 10 minutes. Remove it and try your diagnostic again.
try giving printer test page from the pc.if that comes properly then its the problem of tally software.if the test page comes with same block then its printer driver problem.delete the driver and reinstall the printer driver.
Most likely to be the toner cartridge is it OK on other programs such as the web explorer? If not change the toner cartridge you can also print out the configuration page by pressing the green tick and then using the up and down arrows select information press green tick to enter then move to "Print Configuration" and select using the green tick. If the page comes out OK then the print cartridge if fine if not try changing it. Also there maybe in the driver you have under printing preferences negative mode make sure that is not checked.
Failing this reinstall the print driver from HP Online if this still doesn't work then change the data cable if still not working then I suggest that the printer formatter board is faulty.
I do hope this helps you and please rate me Thanks J
Trouble with the HP Laserjet printed output may be solved by using the following settings (or similarly named ones):
"Use raster Graphics" (instead of "Use vector graphics"). This may fix the problem of "reversed" text (white on black background) not printing, as well as other problems.
"Download TrueType Fonts as bitmap soft fonts" (select "bitmap" instead of "outline" or "graphics"). This may remove the overlapping of text on the printed document.
"Graphics dithering" select "coarse" or "fine" (instead of "none"). This selection may improve the quality of images contained in the document. You can find all these settings in your printer properties. Go to File, Print, click Preferences, in Printing Preferences, click one by one all the top options, and change one of the top solutions, one at the time, checking your printing output.
Always check if you have the latest version of Adobe Reader Program. If not download the latest version from Adobe, it's free.
Is this the first time that you have the problem? or with the same printer (HP 4si), did you were able to print PDF files in the past?