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Printer does not print

I have a dell924 printer, I have used remanufactured cartridges the most of the time, I refilled two of them and it was fine, it annoys me that everytime I want to print a window pops up to say that cartriged is run out, I put up with that but does anybody know how to stop the window appearing?
But the main problem is that now another window appears to say that cartidges is not dell and it is wrong, I do not know what happened, I printed off many copies of a document one day, and the next day trhe printer stopped working...
Can anyone help? What do I do?

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Try a set of OEM printer Cartridges.
the newer printer is very "touche" about what type of ink cartridge you install. Also, the contact points on the ink cartridge may have being pushed in so much, so that the printer doesn't recognized it any more.

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