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Printer f2100 My printer leaves about two spaces between the first and the second line. In other words what can fit on half a page the printer prints it on two pages.eg. 1--------------- 2-------------- why? when it should be 1------ 2------- Do let me know. thanks

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Remove the installed printer driver and re-install the driver from its cd... To fix the problem on one of its files or to fix a virus-infected file

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