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Printing blank pages from HP connected to Canon MP490 via iMac on wifi

Printing blank pages from HP connected to Canon MP490 via iMac on wifi

Printing blank pages from HP connected to Canon MP490 via iMac on wifi

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I have a Canon MP490 connected to an iMac and it prints and scans perfectly. I have a HP Pavilion which I just downloaded the Canon drivers to last night. The HP is connected to the network via wi-fi network. When I did a test page on the HP I heard it go through the motions of printing from another room but I never checked the paper it printed on. I just tried printing a page from Open Office and it showed the MP490 as the default printer and said it was Ready and when I pressed OK it went through the motions and printed just a blank page.

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RE: Printing blank pages from HP connected to Canon MP490 via iMac on wifi

Sure you got the mac drivers, not PCL?


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