Whether you are using Epson printer ink cartridges, toner cartridges from HP or for that matter, even compatible ink cartridges, you dream about making them last longer so that you can get something more out of your investment. You make use of different tricks to ensure the last drop of ink delivers a few more prints.
I have a question about my three printer's where is unable to recognized any type of cartridges. I already done trying lots of cartridges but still not recognized. Only one cartridge is not recognized.
Brand new ink cartridges--$64. worth! Both Epson 273--One box with all the colors plus black, and one with the fatter black cartridge. I am not getting ANY black print on paper, altho when I lift the cartridges out, they show ink inside. Now the yellow is saying "LOW" altho all cartridges are less than 2 weeks old. Only use sparingly-not for business or work reasons.
I currently have a Brother MFC 240c printer. Best I ever had. But it finally died. Could only use it on my Windows pc though. Now I want a new multifunction printer that will work with Ubuntu 9.04 without having to mess with all that cups and library crap. I have never gotten a printer to work that didn't work out of the box and I am now to old to try again.
I have a question: can Ubuntu solve my printer problem:
I have a Panasonic KX-P4400 LED (laser) printer that has served me extraordinarily well for more than 20 years. With the upcoming burial of Windows XP, I installed Windows 7 on my laptop, only to find that it doesn't include a driver for this printer, and I cannot find one anywhere.