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Printing half a page with an Inkjet machine is not normally a computer issue. So windows 10 would not normally have any effect on the printing for a printer that has been accepted by the Windows 10 Operating System. If there was an issue in the software it would be printing gibberish or not printing at all.
Printing half a page is quite possably something stuck in the printer stopping the ink from getting to that half a page if it is printing down once side but not the other.
Printing half a page being that the top half is printed but not the bottom half (Or the other way around) it could be an air bubble in the feed line which can be cleared with a printhead clean or two.
Printing half a line rather than a full line such as the top half of each letter is clear but the bottom half of each letter is not visable is a blocked printhead. A couple of printhead cleans can also fix this.
Also check to see if the printer is not confused and actually has empty cartridges even if the printer thinks they are full. Brother printers can easily get confused about ink levels. If the cartridges are actually empty, replace them and away it should go again.
Print half way test page.,chk leading edge is same as you noticed?..
If yes: Chk transfer roller, clean it, chk side locks..if required replace it..
If no: chk fuser Teflon sleeve., is there toner deposits in surface? Replace Teflon sleeve if available or else replace fuser assembly.. Half way test page: browse: http://www.printertechs.com/printer-troubleshooting/halfway-test
Having the same problem here... very random... send a print job of labels and it will print the whole lot, or freeze at random points but always halfway through a label... no error message... unplug usb and replug doesnt do anything, but unplug and replug power and off it goes printing more lables but may even freeze again after only a few more have come out... also, every day the first print job of the day prints half the label and pauses for about 10 seconds then keeps going...
- Windows XP Pro SP3
- LabelWriter 400 as supplied out of the box
- Genuine DYMO labels
Your only problem here is that you own a HP inkjet printer. This printer uses up both cartridges even if you print in black. Donate this thing and get you a Brother laser printer that just prints in black. This will cost less to operate per page and uses less energy.
3 Causes for printing Blue Lines on the side of the pages.
01. If it happens with test pages from the machine itself as well as docs;then most likely it is a bad cyan cartridge.if you open the drum shutter on the cyan cartridge,can you see a line on the drum? 02. If the Drum is opened and you can see a continuous line of blue toner is at both sides of the drum. Chance of getting blue lines printed on the side of the pages. 03. If the cartridge is leaking then and will need to be changed.thats why it's ending up on the belt also and it prints blue line on the side of the pages.