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This has to do with the document printing properties. When you are ready to print a document, choose properties and make sure you go through the printer settings under that software. The test page only verifies the cartridges. The printer properties of the software control the printer during printing.
Yes they are.Dell printers are made by Lexmark. The 1710 is actually a Lexmark E240 in Dell clothing - a very highly rated printer and a top pick by Buyers Lab Inc (7,000 pages without a single paper jam according to BLI). HP has a bogus comparison of the Dell 1710 with the HP 1320. HP never actually bothered to test the 1710 and based its comparison on the 1700, not the 1710. I can tell you that the 1710 first page out is 8 seconds, not the 34 seconds that HP states. Also, the HP 1320 is TWICE the price of the 1710, so the comparison itself makes no sense (and of course a $159 printer will not have duplex printing!) Thanks!!
Power off the printer, disconnect/reconnect the printer cable, power on the printer, reboot your workstation.
If that doesn't work, in Control Panel - Printers, delete the icon for your printer. Disconnect the printer cable. Reboot your workstation and log in. Reconnect the printer cable and see if the printer is recognized. Install the printer driver.