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I tried to print a photo card on my hp deskjet

I tried to print a photo on a photo card on my HP deskjet D4100 series after I got new color ink and it only prints on part of the photo card. I am almost out of black ink. Would this cause it to only print on part of the card?

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Yes, both cartridges are used for all print jobs, color or not.

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