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I keep getting a pop-up to remind me that i do not have the black ink cartridge installed in my new printer. i am aware that i am only using the one that came with my printer and when i go to close the window, it just keep popping back up. it is interfering with anything else i am doing on my computer and is extremely annoying. HELP!!!

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I guess the simplest way would be to either replace the cartridge or unplug the printer when you dont need it...

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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Select the ink cartridge specific to your printer. Canon inks are versatile, so your selection may be as simple as choosing between black, color or a multi-pack with black and color cartridges.
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