Getting desired print job results can be very nasty if there is something wrong with the setup and the configuration of the HP Printer. This article will help you to set up and configure your HP printer so that you have a cheap and cheerful experience instead of the cheap and nasty.
Remember the points below if you are supposed to set up a new HP printer.
- All wires and cables, especially the USB cable and the power cord must be firmly connected to their respective ports.
- Ensure sufficient papers in the supply tray.
- You must always use the HP genuine cartridges.
- Remove the existing printer from the system. Uninstall the respective drivers and packages.
- In the case of wireless and network printer, ensure proper stable connections.
- Make sure there shouldn’t be any sudden power loss during the installation of the HP printer as sudden power loss can damage the printer and the ink cartridges. You must connect the HP printer to the UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply).
- Don’t forget to use the surge protector.
Installation of HP Printer Driver
Initially, it is mandatory to install the HP printer drivers otherwise you won’t be able to complete any of the print jobs properly.
- Visit the HP support center https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers
- Provide the product name or serial number or the product number.
- Download the printer driver as per the operating system installed in your system. However, it will auto-detect everything.
- Install the printer driver carefully. Follow the on-screen information.
- You must be connected to an active network connection to activate the HP printer.
- You will be asked to scan the automated test print page to verify the colors.
- HP printers are the smart printers and it will configure most of the things on its own but you can still customize it from the settings button on the HP printer.
- Try to print a page of your choice to verify that the printer is working perfectly fine.
If in the case you see faded print or ink getting split then you must uninstall the HP cartridges and reinstall it again. If the problem persists then, make sure that the ink cartridges you are using are supported by your HP printer. You can also try to clean the print head by the settings menu on the HP printer. If you are still stuck with the problem then contact our dedicated Certified HP Printer Technical support customer care for the quick support and the prompt resolution.