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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp business inkjet 2800
Sounds like your driver is sending A4 size documents, and you've got Letter in the drawer. When you do that, it runs out of room on the Letter-size page, since A4 is a tad longer, and has to continue onto a second page. Margins being what they are, the second page is usually blank.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
SOURCE: My hp 1320 prints only one copy
Windows may have eaten its baby again- that is, the driver for that printer.
Open the Control Panel, then Printers and Faxes, delete any listing for that model of printer, make sure the printer is on and connected, then reboot your system. This will force Win to 'find' the printer and install an uncorrupted driver for it.
(=Plug and Pray)
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Try another program, and select multiple copies. If the printer print multiple copies from the other program its the software. If it does the same thing it is the printer. You can also test with anoter computer.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
I cannot think of a sensible reason why a faulty ink cartridge should stop the computer printing more than one copy (your post does seem to confuse "page" with "copy" though). To eliminate the cartridge as the source of the problem, you should install another one (a cheap clone on e-bay); if it now works, then yes, it was the cartridge causing the problem. If you still get the same problem, no, it isn't the cartridge. If it is the latter, I suggest you uninstall the printer, turn the printer off, reboot the computer, then re-install the printer, but do not turn it on until told to. If this works, the mystery remains why changing a cartridge should cause a printer driver hiccup! If it doesn't work, repost back with a new post and we'll scratch our heads a bit more!
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Go to "printers and faxes."
Right click on your printer and select "Printing preferences."
Select "Advanced" tab
Double click "paper output"
If "Copy count=2" then change to 1 and apply
IF IT ALREADY IS SET TO 1 THEN:
Set "copy count=2" then APPLY
Repeat the above and now set "copy count=1"
The process of setting and resetting the copy count fixed my issues.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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