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luthier2go
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How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

I am unable to see how much ink is left in my cartridges  (#61)

HP deskjet 1000 J110 series  windows 7 operating system.

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How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

I am sorry that you are having that issue with checking the ink levels. Here is a link to a document that shows how to check the ink levels for your model of printer using Windows operating systems, it does cover using Windows 7. I hope that this helps.
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Re: How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

I did everything you suggested but I have everything except "Estimated Ink Levels"

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Re: How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

Didn't work.

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How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

I have a couple more questions that I would like to ask. Have you recently upgraded to Windows 7? Did you use the CD that came with the printer to install it to the computer? Did you download full feature drivers for the printer or did you do a basic driver install? The reason I ask is because there are full feature drivers available for free down load at the HP support site.
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Re: How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

Have you recently upgraded to Windows 7

No.  I added the printer.

 

Did you use the CD that came with the printer to install it to the computer?

Yes I did.

 

did you download full feature drivers for the printer or did you do a basic driver install?

Basic driver install

 

I do appreciate your time trying to help me out.  I will try and find the "full feature driver"

 

Don

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How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

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Here is a link to our site that has the free drivers. Choose whether your OS is a 32 bit or 64 bit and the page will populate the basic and full feature drivers option. If the Deskjet is the only printer that you have on your set up; you can install the full feature software over the basic since it is working for you.

Or, the other course of action to pursue is to take the CD that came with the printer out, place it back in the computer and then choose the "Add More Software" option. I hope that this helps.

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Re: How do I see how much ink I have left in my cartridges?

I am trying... but "Add More Software" is not an  option when I put the CD in and go into it.  I am getting frustrated.  I switched from Lexus and I have been happy with HP but I am not getting results.

Don

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GOOD TO GO!!!!  D/L the driver and all is good.  Thanks!!!

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OK  not so fast...Now I cannot print pictures....  It goes to the que and then it dissapears...  I can do documents but not pictures on my photo quality paper....  Now what??

 

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