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I have a 2410 HP printer and it prints very very very slow. Can you help me? Email address pretty111comcast.net

When I try to print something, once in a while it will print okay but normally it takes forever - the paper just barely moves through the printer one line at a time. A normal written page takes about 15 to 20 minutes to print. Thanks for your help.

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  • Thomas Templeton Jul 24, 2012

    The very slow problem is both with b & w and color prints.

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I have the exact same model of printer, I find that it prints faster if you go into printing preferences and change the print quality to fast draft or fast normal. You can also set the printer directly by pressingcopy twice then press3 for copy quality, then select 3 for fast.
Doing both should produce faster printing for your documents. (NOTE : This will not suggested if you are printiing items that need to have crisp clean printing as the faster it prints the less detailed the printing is.)

Posted on Sep 11, 2012

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SOURCE: HP PSC 2410 very slow printing issue

It is a cartridge problem. Solution for my hp 3645 (I have the same story as bb18, but different printer) was to remove color cartridge! 
The printer is fast now, of course it does not print in color :) (I`m waiting for a new color cartridge) Good luck,
Marcin

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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SOURCE: C6180 printing slow

This could be from the image you are printing. If you are printing from a computer or memory card, the dpi (dots per inch) may be higher than some.Standard printing is typically 400dpi, and you can change the settings on your computer or the printer directly. Memory cards and some photos from your computer may be 600dpi and will likely take much longer to print since there is more "color information" that it is trying to fill.
Let me know if this helps.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: hp C3180 printer prints test page every time i turn it on

You were being cheap when you ran out of ink and replaced only the Black Ink Cartridge.

Replace the Color Cartridge and the test page will stop printing when you turn it on.

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SOURCE: HP Laserjet 1200 prints pdf documents slow

pdf documents are historically slow, they usually depend on how they are created and how many attachments or upgrades have been added to the document. this accounts for some of the variations of speed the documents are printed.

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SOURCE: HP Color LaserJet 2550N. Slow printing takes 16

http://www.hp.com/#Support

Follow the link and get the correct driver and get installed

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