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Print color documents from my computer in black and white only | HP Color Laserjet
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Fantastic — just what I needed until I can order some more cartridges! We would like to see a doubling of the RAM to speed things along a bit, but as a small office or home colour laser this printer difficult to beat.
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Printing in black is perfect but the printer refuses to print any colour, just various shades of grey. However, the test copy and my 12 pages that I printed for my meeting were perfect. Had a rush job to do, googled and found this article. How do I get the latest printing software?
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HP is compiling your results. Off the default to display the drop-down list, and then select Update Now to perform an Automatic Configuration. TechRadar pro IT insights for business. Forget loud clunking noises and vibrations when it’s warming up; it’s even quiet during printing itself! If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here. I have the same question.
I don’t see my operating system. The driver sends an SNMP command to the printer to retrieve the device information. Like you, I believed the printer knew best. I think the article above sums it up pretty well. I did not even question this as I figured they had a fancy new system to detect and use every last drop of toner, just link inkjets have.
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