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    Fix HP Printer issue in macOS

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    Fix HP Printer issue in macOS

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Customers receiving the"will damage your computer" message along with others like "unable to access cups/tmp" or "'@%' cannot be opened" need to update their version of the macOS. Please check this article for more information: HP Printers - A [software component] will damage your computer message displays when printing or while installing (macOS) .
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make black and white default

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HP DJ 3830
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Hi,

how can one make the printer default black and white 

Thanks 

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not sure if this is the right way but i found how to change to black and white 

Thanks 

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you can do it by following method
  1. Click the Start Button.
  2. Select Devices and Printers.
  3. Right click on your printer.
  4. Select Printing Preferences.
  5. Go to the Color tab.
  6. Select Print in Gray scale.
  7. Click Apply.
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