I just purchased a Mac (using Maverick) and located the drivers for my Officejet 7310. Most functions seem to be wokring OK but it prints everything in black and white. I noticed that it doesnt seem to recongnize it as a an officejet but as a "Generic PCL Laser Printer". I cant find a way to update it with the correct settings. I sure it is something simple.
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Once you install the software. Delete the print queue that was created in Printers & Scanners and re-add the printer. It should automatically select the correct OfficeJet 7300 Series driver. If it does not find it automatically, click on the drop down menu next to Use: and manually select the correct driver.
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I have a MacBook Pro running 10.6.8 and have been using my OfficeJet 7310 on my network for several years. I have just (again) encountered a recurring problem and hope someone here can help.
The rear tray (HP Auto Two-sided Print Accessory with Small Paper Tray ph3032) does not always appear as a paper source option, and tonight is one of those times. Nothing I do in settings or config seems to help. Under the Driver tab in Printer Setup, the "duplexer" button is checked. There is no button for "rear tray". Incidentally, I have an additional lower tray installed also and the printer feeds from it appropriately.
What's the trick to get the 7310 to feed from the rear tray?