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Slow printing my hp hsc 1350 all-in-one prints extremely slow.. and i just replaced the black in cartridge... tried a lot of troubleshooting, including re-installing drivers.. still slow... HELP.. i need to print wedding invitations

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Change the ink cartridge. Worked for me.

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Unplug and disconnect all cables from printer. Grasp printer firmly on both sides. Lift and carry to nearest garbage can. Deposit. Go to store and buy a new printer. They're really cheap nowadays.

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Try to verify your RAM space or do the following:

Step one: Verifying the amount of RAM

  1. Verify the amount of RAM installed in the computer.
  2. Determine the amount of memory currently in use by background programs or processes.
    Programs/processes will run in the background even when no applications are running. Most of these programs/processes will be indicated by an icon in the lower right corner next to the time.
    Less memory available for applications will result is slower processing time and consequently, printing speed.
    To determine processes running in Windows 2000/XP , do the following:
    1. Press Ctrl , Alt , and Delete simultaneously and then release.
    2. From the Windows Security box, select Task Manager.
    3. Click the Processes tab to view all running processes.
    4. Click the Performance tab to view the total and available amount of memory.
    To determine processes running in Windows 98 , do the following:
    1. Open the Device Manager .
    2. Click the Performance tab.
      The available system resources will display as a percentage.
  3. Turn off unnecessary background processes.
    This will free up system resources and increase printing speed.
    To turn off processes in Windows 98/ME/XP , do the following:
    1. Click Start , Run , and type msconfig .
    2. From the System Configuration Utility, click the Startup tab.
    3. Determine what processes are unnecessary and remove the checkmark those items.


Step two: Verifying the amount of hard drive space Follow the steps below to determine the amount of hard drive space on the main drive.
  1. Open My Computer , right-click the C drive, and then click Properties .
    This will display a chart along with the total hard drive space, used space, and available space.
  2. Verify that there is at least 2-3 GB of hard drive space available.
    The computer will require at least this amount to process printing data for simple text files, more for image files. The lower the amount of available hard drive space, will greater the time to process print data.

Step three: Ensuring the paper sensor is clean and not damaged The all-in-one product paper sensor plays an important role in determining the print speed.
Printing a self-test or demo page will ensure that the paper sensor is in proper working condition. If the page completes in less than 40 seconds, the sensor is working correctly.
Even if the sensor is working correctly, the printer driver might need to have the paper sensor turned off. To turn off the sensor, follow the steps below:
  1. Open the Printer folder, right-click the printer and click Printing Preferences or Properties .
  2. From the Properties box, click the Paper/Quality or Features tab.
  3. Under the Paper Type section, open the menu and select Plain Paper instead of Automatic.
    This will disable the paper sensor and increase the print speed.

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