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Color calibration: HP9000 & Photosmart 7460

My Photosmart 7460 gives great, rich prints directly from my camera's card. And, when the same images are stored in my HP9000 they also look great on the screen. However, when I try to print from the computer, they look as though some of the blue (cyan) is lacking; the greens are yellow-green, some light blues are white, etc. How can I adjust (calibrate) the printer driver so that the prints are the same whether coming from the cameral card or the computer?

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    Cindy L Dec 27, 2008

    Just got a pavilion 6900 series notebook this month, first one crashed and was returned, new one the colors are way way off on the screen I do a lot of graphic work and need to correct the colors.

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Had a similar problem --Same Laptop but with epson printer--Found I had to manually go to Printer and reset "Advanced Settings". Don't know if you can do this on your printer. Hope So!

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