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some printers collate pages, which means they print from the last page to the first page. so that when you pick up the pages from the finished printing tray they are in order.
if you say it stops after the first page, there are a few possible reasons for this. either you closed the application you were printing from before you finished printing (which sometimes cancels the printing job) or the computer decided it wanted to cancel the printing on its own, this can happen if the printer has sometimes an error, this error or cause could be a lag between the data transfer to the printer.
try printing without collating the pages, while keeping the application/document open.
It is caused by waste ink at bottom plate of head. Print blank pages for cleaning itself. You can clean it by put wet tissue at bottom side of head. Turn off printer, move head to center. Put wet tissue at pad. Move head to parking position. Wait for 15 minutes. Print blank pages for checking.
i have found that removing the toners, and shaking them side to side, while keeping them horizontal, which seems to spread the toner for even distribution. This can sometimes fix the problems with fading prints. hope it helps. Margins i think might be a problem with the wysiwyg of the program, some don't do it well, but also excel in particular has a shrink to fit page option, you may find the percentage not at 100%. you can also copy an excel table to word and print from that if it is driving you nuts.
1. Click on START, CONTROL PANEL, PRINTERS AND FAXES (or PRINTERS AND OTHER HARDWARE). 2. Right click your printer, and select PROPERTIES. (If your printer is not listed, click on VIEW INSTALLED PRINTERS first). 3. Select the ADVANCED tab. 4. Select PRINT DIRECTLY TO THE PRINTER. 5. Click on APPLY (if applicable), then OK. 6. Restart your computer. 7. Try printing now.