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I have a HP Deskjet 1300 Printer networked through ip printing where I work. It prints fine when everyone prints one page. When we print anything with more than one page it only sends out on page and prints everything on it which looks like garble. You can see though that it prints the 2nd page right on top of the first. This printer is installed on a windows server 2003 through ip printing. It's then shared out to everyone. I have reinstalled the printer with the latest drivers on the HP site. It had worked fine up until a week ago. I was thinking of installing it locally on my laptop but I am thinking it's something hardware. I've replaced the toner cartridge since I had one there. There is no error on the printer when it prints also. Anyone have any ideas? I'm not the greatest when it comes to printer hardware. Thanks.
I was gonna do that next actually cause HP only had one set of drivers for the windows 2003 server OS. I found the solution though and wanted to post it since it's weird. I went into printer properties then to the advanced tab then uncheck the box about using advanced printing options. Works.