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Paper jam would not be related to ink problem. printers sense ink via photo cells or magnetic sensers. paper path is mechanical. It sounds that your cartridge is not fully in position, for whatever reason. Hp Printers are better at accepting refill cartdriges than some. But has to be done correctly. But feed problems, are mechanical.
Are you using HP's genuine cartridge and paper? Both have been designed together to work, maximizing the ink flow for efficiency and reliability. If you use a third party paper or ink, you will have a problem 50% of the time. Sometime you'll get lucky. HP recommends you use the genuine stuff, not just because they want your business, but because they want your printer to work.
1. goto control panel -> printers. 2. delete the unnecessary printers including your D4260. 3. Use the driver cd which came along with your printer and reinstall all the software and drivers again. 4. Now you should be able to print without any problem because in this way all the driver conflict or corrupt printer files will be fixed.
I think it means the ink may not be seated properly, take the inks out again ( making sure the tabs have been removed ) and the refit them . If your still no better, write back and we can try something else
If its not taking the paper, it may be that the paper you are using is not the right type. Some papers are too smooth or shiny to allow the guide wheels and platten ( roller) to grip the paper. This oftemn results in no paper or only one side of the paper being caught and then it jams.
Wipe the platten with alcohol, as welol as thye guide wheels if you can see them. Ink tends to stick on them and the platten and becomes shiny ans so paper will slip. Also try a heavier grade paper to see if that rectifies the problem
Try checking the ink cartridges and make sure they have ink in them or it will keep printing blank pages. Then try printing a test page by going to control panel, clicking on printers and faxes and right clicking on your printer and going to properties. Then go all the way down to the bottom of the page and click print test page. It will clean the printer cartridges and align them to print correctly. It should work after that.
i am having the same problem and after looking it over, something is not feeding it thru the beginning of the paper starting in. if i pust 1 sheet down far enough to grab the paper it will print one page at a time. I have been unable to determine what is not feeding at the beginning yet.