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well you need to clean up ur printer it just needs a little bit of servicing , it happens when the printer is dusty because of which the sensors are blocked and because of which this problem happens...it happened in my computer..
you need to do head cleaning in your printer maintinence,
go to your control panel, find printer and faxes, open and right click on your printer. on the options select printer prefrences then maintinence tab, from there do head cleaning. you will have to keep running it till the test page prints clear and it does use a lot of your ink
Check for updated firmware and drivers. Also, if all your object and text or black try changing them to color and see if that helps, maybe there is something wrong with your black printhead, the black may not be used when printing photos, the printer may be using process black for photoes and real black for black text and objects.
Make sure the drums are properly seated in their cradels, and if posible, avoid designing with white small text in heavy solid areas that are made up of process colours. For reverse type in a black background, use spot color black rather than rich black. Other than than printing on a not as heavy card, that is about all you can do.