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Go to menu, in tray tray behaving tray1 select as unless paper load,in tray2 page size as any size.. while giving print command select printer properties, goto paper/quality select paper source automatic or tray2 & shoot print command & check... # if you are not selected tray 1 as unless paper load, it will ask paper to load after command reached to it. # if you are not selected tray2 as any paper size, defined paper size only it will allow to print..any paper size it will print with out questing you..
Please confirm the version of Internet Explorer you are using If it is 8.0 or 7.0 then I would suggest you to please degrade the Internet Explorer version to 6.0 because HP Director is not compatible with IE 7.0 or 8.0. You can alos check for the scanning file and you can find it at
please click on Start button -> My Computer -> C: Drive -> Program files -> HP -> Digital Imaging -> Bin -> hpqscnvw.exe whe you will double click on this file, it will give you an interface to scan.
you can also click Start button -> all Programs -> HP -> HP Director (if it is there)
then right click on the HP Director and click Send to -> Desktop, it will create a shortcut on the desktop.
Normally when you install the print software you install HP Director or solution centre software that has a estimated ink staus monitor..from user manual
Check the estimated ink levels You can easily check the ink supply level to determine how soon you might need toreplace a print cartridge. The ink supply level shows an estimate of the amount of inkremaining in the print cartridges.Tip You can also print a self-test report to see if your print cartridges mightneed to be replaced. For more information, see Print a self-test report.To check the ink levels from the HP Director (Windows)1.In the HP Director(or HP Solution Center), click Settings, point to PrintSettings, and then click Printer Toolbox.Note You can also open the Printer Toolboxfrom the Print Propertiesdialog box. In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Services tab, andthen click Service this device.2.Click the Estimated Ink Level tab.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.To check the ink levels from the HP Image Zone software (Mac)1.In the HP Director (OS 9) or HP Image Zone (OS X), choose Settings, and thenchoose Maintain Printer.2.If the Select Printer dialog box appears, select your HP All-in-One, and then clickUtilities.3.From the pop-up menu, choose Ink Level.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.
Print a self-test report If you are experiencing problems with printing, print a self-test report before youreplace the print cartridges. This report provides useful information on several aspectsof your device, including your print cartridges. Load letter, A4, or legal unused plain white paper into the paper tray.
Press and hold the Cancel / Resume button and then press the Start CopyColorbutton The HP All-in-One prints a self-test report, which might indicate the source of theprinting problem.
I would suggest removing HP Director from the computer using Add/Remove programs in the control panel and then reinstalling.
If that doesn't work let us know what operating system you are using, any error messages, problems, or changes that lead up to this situation.
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