I have had this printer for over a year and am not able to set it up to print directly from the internet. I am using XP Home SP2 with IE7. I have a router set up to ATT Yahoo! DSL. When I try and print a form like from the gas and electric company or a website I wish to copy information.. I get a blank page. I need help setting it up properly. Something is really wrong and I need it to print the full forms for rebates and such on the web.
Thank you ...
Web pages do have a printable version, what I mean is that there are web pages that are not printable and that?s why you get a blank page when you print directly from the website, nothing is wrong with your printer if that?s the only problem, you have to look for the link that?s say print version, then use it.
If the link is not there, just an extra task of coping the web page to word then print is, this has to work for you because I had the same problem an I nearly destroyed my printer trying to fix it, so never fix something that is working
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You might be printing in a different mode...you can see it in the printing preferences tab(fastdraft, fastnormal, normal and best quality )... or are you directly connected to the printer? or in a LAN? try using a different usb port...
The "remanufactured" cartridges can cause the printer to stop working by making a electric failure in the printer circuits. Those cartridges should be avoided now that HP makes extremely cheap and fragile circuits, not like the cartridge burner's HP's 600, 700, 800.