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you must purchase original ink cartridges -- not all compatible cartridges are built the same..
i would suggest buying authentica , from HP dealer or reseller
go to www.compluscominc.com, they will help you for sure and let you kno what to buy and how much CC653ANContact Reseller HP 901 Black Officejet Ink Cartridge - Prints approximately 200 pages (North America) RoHS: Modified
CC654ANContact Reseller HP 901XL Black Officejet Ink Cartridge - Prints approximately 700 pages (North America) RoHS: Modified
Had a good read of the manual, which can be found on this site and I think you must fill the cartridges with ink, otherwise you could cause damage to the printer if you continue running it empty. The instructions for filling them manual can be found on my tip on filling PG40, CL41. You should also try standing them first in a saucer of ink cleaning fluid which you get with refill kits. This might clean the nozzles. However I would run the expense of buying new ones first, shop around on the net, they are coming down in price!
Forgive me for asking this, but roughly speaking about 80 to 95% of problems involving ink or toner are resolved by the following: Are you using a factory new ink cartridge supplied by the manufacturer of the printer? If you are using a refilled or third party cartridge that may well be your problem. Most manufacturers build logic into their products to prevent the use of “Other Equipment Manufactured” cartridges as well as re-filled cartridges. They do this to prevent problems from contaminated inks causing problems with print quality or damaging the physical printhead. If you are using the manufacturer’s new ink cartridges, then please contact their technical support group.Factory new cartridges usually have warranties on them. Don
I have to ask this question of you, just to make sure this is not an issue.Are you using a factory new ink cartridge? Please consider the following: If you are using a refilled or third party cartridge that may well be your problem.Most manufacturers build logic into their products to prevent the use of “Other Equipment Manufactured” cartridges as well as re-filled cartridges. They do this to prevent problems from contaminated inks causing problems with print quality or damaging the physical printhead. If you are using factory new cartridges, then please call the manufacturers Technical Support for assistance with the warranty on the cartridges Don
If you refilled the cartridges with a refilling kit then this error will continue. You see, cartridges have a chip installed on them and it is programed to calculate approximate ink remaining after a certain number of pages are printed.
For eg, a chip on a new cartridge is programed that a full page takes say .5 ml, then if you print 1 full page or two half pages, it will deduct .5ml from the ink volume. When it reaches zero, it does not know how much ink is in there; it never knew in the first place. Now if you refill it up, the chip just thinks that all the pages have been printed so the cartridge must be zero.
In short, this error will stay, if you are able to print ignore the warning and continue to print until the print quality degrades. If you are unable to print you might have to install a new cartridge. OR if you're luck, you may find a chip reseter on the internet or from the refill service.
too generic and too lack of info to help precisely but try reinstalling the drivers, FIRST uninstall all HP stuff completely and reboot your system. After reinstalling take both cartridges out, buy a bottle or spray of isopropilic alcohol and clean the cartridges contacts carefully. If cartridges are new and genuine there is no need to do that of course.
When you filled your cartridges were they empty? If so there is a good possibility that the nozzles are gummed and dried up.
If you are going to fill them yourself watch the indicator that comes up on the screen it will tell you when you are getting low. If you get a low indication fill it asap. This will keep your nozzles wet and free flowing. Waiting until its empty can cause them to gum up and altimately dry out.
My solution is to go to the store buy brand new cartridges. Go through the the full set up that your manufacture recomends. This means using the install new ink cartridge utility that came with your printer. Print a test page and print a nozzle aligment page.
Just remember never let your ink completely run out before filling. If you follow this you will never run into this problem again.