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It sounds as if the pictures are stored that way, especially if you've changed printers. Try downloading a color document and printing it. Do you get the same result? Also did you reload the software when you set up the new one? It's always good to delete the existing driver and start with a new one.
If you are using 32bit version of Windows 7(you can check this by right clicking on to My Computer then click on properties. It should say either 64bit or 32bit version of Windows.) then here is the driver: