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Ink how do you check if the printer is already out of ink? any signs or warning?

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  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    i checked on the printer PROPERTIES already but unfortunately it doesnt have that property options

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    18cherry Aug 28, 2008

    those options didnt show up.. my printer is not printing, and i really cant figure out the problem. its not in offline mode.

    mybe the ink is low but how can i know?

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    18cherry Aug 28, 2008

    it is a vista pc

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In the Properties, some printers ask you if you want a visual warning of your ink level to pop up each time. With some printers you have to go into Properties and sometimes the Maintenance tab manually.

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You can open the printer's utility and it will give you the ink level.

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