Question about HP Photosmart C3180 All-In-One InkJet Printer
While this may be a mechanical fault, and if so a service call is going to be required to fix it, it can frequently be caused by software settings for the printer drivers or for the software being used at the time the photo is being printed.
When you select print from the software the usual response is for the printer driver's dialog box to appear. Within that box is a radio button which is usually marked "Page Setup". Selecting that button will access settings for various paper types [which can effect the problem you are having if the wrong one is high-lighted] as well as various other feature settings which can effect the printers output.
The support website for your specific printer should have information on what settings to change to realize desired results.
In software, like Photoshop for instance, settings for image size can effect the printed end result if the settings are a mismatch between photo size selected and the photo paper being used [unless there is a "fit to paper" option checked in the aforementioned printer driver page setup dialog box]. Like having those settings set to print an eight by ten print on four by six paper, for example. These settings should be checked to make sure your selected photo print size matches the paper you are printing on.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Clean the cartridge by utilites. Make sure in that that all colour there is. In properties of the printer make sure that level of the colour are exposed faithfully. Arouse reinstall the driver.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: HP c5280 only prints green
This Problem is based on the Color Management so , The Perfect Solution for this problem is open the Photo or image etc in Adobe PhotoShop then goto Enhance->Adjust Color->Remove Color Cast , after removing the color cast , create a new layer for adjusting brightness , contrast & etc , then finally goto Image Size and change the DPI from 72 to 300 then save the image as JPEG or PNG etc , after saving the image close the Photoshop and open the image using Windows Photo Viewer and take the printout which will come as it is in the System
Posted on May 25, 2011
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