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IP 1600 Printer Cartridge Compatability?????

Why is this cartridge being sold as compatible, yet the printer doesn't recognize it? Is there a way around this or am I stuck with the low vol cart 41? HELP!

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Go to Control Panel,select Printers
Right click on Canon1600
click on maintenance
click on 'view printer status'
tick 'enable status monitor'

Later, you can get rid of any 'ink out' messages by pressing the lower light button on the printer, which will be flashing, then closing the message window.

Good luck.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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