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in control panel go to printer and faxes. there you will get your printer in printer tab. right click on your printer model, go to property, to printing preference. there in maintenance tab go to head cleaning. run the head cleaning programme once or twice. your problem will solved.
1. Prepare your doc/file for printing. 2. Insert card stock with narrow side of stock in slot in back of printer until it hits rollers and stops. Don't force in any card stock thicker than max. rated. 3. Change printer setup to feed from rear. 4. Print.
Depending on what software you print from, you may need to change this each time you print if you intend to keep printing from that "tray."
ok try to add a printer in your computer select local port and it should be USB and the USB cable should be plugged in the computer and select the brand to be HP and the model to be 990c click on next till the FINISH appears and after that the printer will print from the computer
I have the same Printer and it works great in Windows XP Pro, so maybe you need to check their website for updated printer drivers...? My Printer is the HP Deskjet 1120C Professional Series Printer, that's the full name so I guess its the same printer...can print up to 13x19 inches....I've used the heck out of mine and it just now developed a problem where it won't pull the paper in from the front, but believe it or not I can load one sheet at a time from the back....