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Turn off Alignment Message

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Does anyone know how to unistall the HP driver set to eliminate the "align print cartridge" message?

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The only way to turn off that message is to follow through with a successful cartridge alinement.

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No. I refuse to waste 5% of the ink each time I put in a new cartridge. The alignment procedure is unwarranted and unnecessary every single time. I just clear the message and print perfect pictures every time without ever 'aligning' the cartridges. I believe it's a gimmick by HP that wastes ink and paper and forces us to buy more print cartridges. 

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Then live with it.

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No thanks and stop wasting my time with your frivolous comments. You may get deleted by a moderator..
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I have been having the same proble. And I hate wasting ink to do these alignments every time I install a new cartridge. The last time I installed a cartridge I did the alignment at the printer butevery time I tried to print  the computer popped up the message that I needed to align. Here is the work around that worked for me. I have an HP 3510 all in one. I had left the alignment page on my scanner so I didnt have to print a new one. I opened my printer software and went to the mainain your printer section, then clicked align your printer, it asked me if I wanted to print and alignment page or if I already had one, I clicked I already had one, then next. Twice it told me the scam had failed so I closed it, then printed a test page of one word (yes a waste of paper unless you use the back side of something you already printed) I was happy to find I no longer got the align cartridge message. I hope this works for you. If so save that alignment page.

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Which only used 0.03% of ink printout.
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If it's only 0.03%... then ELIMINATE THE PROCEDURE! We're the customer and we don't want it.
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Then when you put a cartridge in and it prints fuzzy... how would you align it for perfect print?
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