Question about HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Printer prints always only a blank page

When I am trying to prints a documents (no matter from which software: Word, Excel, Notepad, Adobe Acrobat, Image, etc.), the printer prints only a blank page. Using the HP tools, the cartridge alignment printed OK, the test page is printed OK. Printing from another PC is working fine. I have tried to uninstall the driver, remove the driver files from the windows directory and reinstall did not helped. Does anyone know how to solve it (without re-install the windows) ?

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  • kobymiz Sep 08, 2007

    The problem is solved!!!

    I have followed the last suggestion without trying the other suggestions. I have installed the printer usign Microsoft default driver and it solved the problem!

    Thanks jackboy for the help!!!!!

    Koby

  • toys2 Jan 11, 2009

    Printer Prints Blanks- Test page works fine and copier works fine bu tcan't print from file

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2 more things to try. Assuming it is USB Change USB port. Re boot the computer. Replace the cable. Reboot the computer. Coming back to the driver software. Go to Start /Printers and Faxes/Install new printer Leave what is there in place When the Wizard comes up and asks CD or Select from list Choose select from list - then go to HP and your model and simply load the generic driver. Try each alteration one at a time Tell us what you get.

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