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Grrrr, i want to read some pics from my camera card in the on-board reader, but my printer needs cartridges and wont let me do anything till i change them,,how can i bypass this annoying feature? i really need these pic fast,,
many thx,,

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Do you at least have all of the cartridges installed even if they are empty?

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