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Photos look great displayed on monitor but when I go to print them they are dark. I have to spend ages lightening them up. Any solutions.

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  • jamesdonalds Jul 19, 2009

    thanks for your reply. first part i understand. second part - power fleeing and partial reset of the printer. sorry do not understand that.

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Hi

you may check the print settings by going to printing preferences after right clicking the printer icon in printers and faxes and clicking onproperties
it will also allow you to get a preview before the print and hence you cn check the print quality
if you still get dark printout,try power fleeing and partial reset of the printer and see how t works.

Thanks & regards

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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