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Student
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My HP 6520 All-In-One Printer Wont Let Me Print on Cardstock Paper? Why Is This?

  1. HP 6520 All-In-One Printer
  2. Windows 7 32-bit
  3. "Error Message"  States "Paper Size Incorrect Change Paper Size in Software and retry"
  4. Cardstock: White/8.5X11in/ 92 Bright/ Inkjet,Laser & Copier Gauarnteed Cardstock Paper
  5. I Changed paper type to every single option and still get error message.

So Theres all the information. Why can I not print on this paper? Is this Printer just not capable?

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Re: My HP 6520 All-In-One Printer Wont Let Me Print on Cardstock Paper? Why Is This?

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Hi,

 

The following table contains a list of supported card sizes.
Card type Card size
3 x 5 in Index76.2 x 127 mm (3 x 5 in)
4 x 6 in Index101.6 x 152 mm (4 x 6 in)
5 x 8 in Index127 x 203.2 mm (5 x 8 in)

 

For more information about the supported media types and other specificiations of Photosmart 6520, kindly refer to the link below:

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03312222

 

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Re: My HP 6520 All-In-One Printer Wont Let Me Print on Cardstock Paper? Why Is This?

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Hi there, check out this link for supported paper and card sizes for your printer model http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03312222

 

Hope this information helps.

 

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