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If you don't need any files currently on the computer, boot from your Windows XP disc, have it delete the current partition and then format the new partition, and install windows XP. Note: this will delete anything you currently have on the computer at this time!
Your printer actually does not run windows (just for your information).
Anyway, I suggest you try installing the driver which is located here.
If the problem persists, try printing an alignment page. The printer
may also have an option for cleaning print heads which you can also try.
If non of the above solutions solve your problem, you may have a defective black cartridge.