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Try a hard reboot. Unplug the connections between the computer and the printer (power cord first), wait 10 mins. then plug it back in, other than that you can try uninstalling the printer and do a fresh install. If still a problem, try updating the drivers and op system for the printer.
Your Cannon printer is not the problem. You will get different print color depending on the paper you are using, For example you will get different print result if you print on color paper than on white paper and a different print if you print on photo paper. Another alternative is to lighten the tone of your purple. I don't know what your objective is and what project you're working on but I hope this might help.
This sounds like a blue ink cartridge failure or a clogged blue ink nozzle. If you have cleaned the nozzles, I would try another blue cartridge. if this does not solve the problem more aggressive cleaning may be required. Let me know and we can go throught the process. Thanks.
try cleaning the heads using the cleaning utiltity on its maintendnce tab, if that doesnt do it, you might have installed non-original laser toner, kindly check also the color settings on what software you use. try also adjusting your screen resolution and color scheme. it could be that what appears on your screen is really not it seems.
Did you mean CL-41 has run out? if so Press Hold the button with orange led on it's side for 5-10 seconds. that will reset your cartridge and the software driver will never monitor the ink cartridge level anymore. Hope to be of help.
Try printing a test page. If it comes out missing colors, the you color cartridge is bad. HP test pages will print each of the 3 colors by them selves, so you can see if you are getting all colors. If this prints ok, the I would think it is not a printer problem.
Print out a calibration sheet, either from the menu, or press photo and cancel at the same time. Your calibration sheet is probably missing a color. You should have black, blue, yellow, and magenta(pink). If you're missing any of these colors, your printhead is clogged. Try doing a printhead cleaning. Print another calibration sheet, if the color is still missing, you need a new printhead. Call Kodak.