HP Photosmart 320 series User`s Guide

HP Photosmart 320 series User`s Guide

HP Photosmart 320 series User's Guide

English

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Development Company, L.P.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.

Reproduction, adaptation or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws.

Notice

The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

The Hewlett-Packard Development

Company, L.P. shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages in connection with, or arising out of the furnishing, performance, or use of this document and the program material which it describes.

Trademarks

HP, the HP logo, and Photosmart are property of Hewlett-Packard

Development Company, L.P.

The Secure Digital logo is a trademark of the SD Association.

Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

CompactFlash, CF, and the CF logo are trademarks of the CompactFlash

Association (CFA).

Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo,

Memory Stick PRO, and Memory

Stick PRO Duo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony

Corporation.

MultiMediaCard is a trademark of

Infineon Technologies AG of

Germany, and is licensed to the

MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association).

SmartMedia is a trademark of

Toshiba Corporation.

xD-Picture Card is a trademark of Fuji

Photo Film Co., Ltd., Toshiba

Corporation, and Olympus Optical

Co., Ltd.

Mac, the Mac logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple

Computer, Inc.

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

and any use of such marks by

Hewlett-Packard Company is under license.

PictBridge and the PictBridge logo are trademarks of the Camera & Imaging

Products Association (CIPA).

Other brands and their products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

The embedded software in the printer is based in part on the work of the

Independent JPEG Group.

The copyrights to certain photos within this document are retained by the original owners.

Regulatory model identification number

SDGOA-0406

For regulatory identification purposes, your product is assigned a Regulatory

Model Number. The Regulatory

Model Number for your product is

SDGOA-0406. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name (HP Photosmart

320 series printer) or product number

(Q3414A).

Safety information

Always follow basic safety precautions when using this product to reduce risk of injury from fire or electric shock.

Warning

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain or any type of moisture.

Read and understand all instructions in the

HP Photosmart Setup Guide.

Use only a grounded electrical outlet when connecting the unit to a power source. If you do not know whether the outlet is grounded, check with a qualified electrician.

Observe all warnings and instructions marked on the product.

Unplug this product from wall outlets before cleaning.

Do not install or use this product near water or when you are wet.

Install the product securely on a stable surface.

Install the product in a protected location where no one can step

● on or trip over the power cord, and where the power cord will not be damaged.

If the product does not operate normally, see the troubleshooting information in the onscreen HP Photosmart

Printer Help.

There are no operator serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.

Use in a well-ventilated area.

Environmental statements

Hewlett-Packard Company is committed to providing quality products in an environmentally sound manner.

Protecting the environment

This printer has been designed with several attributes to minimize impact on our environment. For more information, go to HP's Commitment to the Environment website at www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/ environment/ .

Ozone production

This product generates no appreciable ozone gas (O

3

).

Energy consumption

Energy usage drops significantly while in ENERGY STAR

®

mode, which saves natural resources and saves money without affecting the high performance of this product. This product qualifies for ENERGY STAR, which is a voluntary program established to encourage the development of energy-efficient office products.

ENERGY STAR is a U.S.

registered mark of the U.S. EPA.

As an ENERGY

STAR partner, Hewlett-Packard

Company has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. For more information, go to www.energystar.gov

.

Paper use

This product is suited for the use of recycled paper according to DIN

19309.

Plastics

Plastic parts over 0.88 ounces (24 grams) are marked according to international standards that enhance the ability to identify plastics for recycling purposes at the end of the printer life.

Material safety data sheets

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) can be obtained from the HP website at www.hp.com/go/msds . Customers without Internet access should contact Customer Care.

Recycling program

HP offers an increasing number of product return and recycling programs in many countries, and partners with some of the largest electronics recycling centers throughout the world. HP conserves resources by reselling some of its most popular products.

This HP product contains lead in the solder, which may require special handling at the end of its life.

Contents

1

Welcome................................................................................................................3

Printer parts............................................................................................................4

Available accessories.............................................................................................7

Printer menu...........................................................................................................8

2

Getting ready to print.........................................................................................13

Loading paper.......................................................................................................13

Choosing the right paper...............................................................................13

Loading your paper........................................................................................ 14

Inserting print cartridges.......................................................................................14

Inserting memory cards........................................................................................17

Supported file formats...................................................................................18

Inserting a memory card................................................................................18

Removing a memory card.............................................................................19

3

Printing without a computer..............................................................................21

Getting your photos from camera to printer..........................................................21

Deciding which photos to print..............................................................................22

Selecting photos to print.......................................................................................22

Improving the quality of your photos.....................................................................24

Printing your photos..............................................................................................24

Selecting a layout..........................................................................................24

Setting print quality........................................................................................25

Selecting a print method................................................................................25

4

Getting connected..............................................................................................29

Connecting to other devices.................................................................................29

Connecting through HP Instant Share..................................................................30

5

Maintaining and transporting the printer..........................................................31

Cleaning and maintaining the printer....................................................................31

Cleaning the outside of the printer.................................................................31

Cleaning the print cartridge...........................................................................31

Cleaning the print cartridge contacts.............................................................32

Printing a test page........................................................................................ 32

Aligning the print cartridge.............................................................................33

Storing the printer and print cartridges.................................................................. 34

Storing the printer..........................................................................................34

Storing the print cartridges............................................................................34

Maintaining the quality of photo paper..................................................................35

Storing photo paper.......................................................................................35

Handling photo paper....................................................................................35

Transporting the printer........................................................................................35

6

Troubleshooting.................................................................................................37

Printer hardware problems...................................................................................37

Printing problems..................................................................................................40

Bluetooth printing problems..................................................................................42

Error messages....................................................................................................44

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Specifications.....................................................................................................47

System requirements............................................................................................47

Printer specifications............................................................................................48

8

HP Customer Care..............................................................................................51

HP Customer Care by phone................................................................................51

Placing a call.................................................................................................52

Return to HP repair service..................................................................................53

a

Installing the software........................................................................................55

Index...........................................................................................................................57

2 HP Photosmart 320 series

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Welcome

Thank you for purchasing an HP Photosmart 320 series printer! With your new, compact photo printer you can easily print beautiful photos with or without a computer.

This guide explains how to print photos from the printer without connecting it to a computer. To learn how to print from your computer, install the printer software and

view the onscreen Help. See Installing the software .

Among other things, you'll learn how to:

Print beautiful borderless photos. See Printing your photos .

Improve the quality of your photos by sharpening them and improving the contrast. See

Improving the quality of your photos

.

Your new printer comes with the following documentation:

Setup Guide: The HP Photosmart 320 series Setup Guide explains how to set up

the printer and print your first photo.

User's Guide: The HP Photosmart 320 series User's Guide is the book you are

reading. This book describes the basic features of the printer, explains how to use the printer without connecting a computer, and contains hardware troubleshooting information.

HP Photosmart Printer Help: The onscreen HP Photosmart Printer Help

describes how to use the printer with a computer and contains software troubleshooting information.

After you have installed the HP Photosmart printer software on your computer, you can view the onscreen Help:

Windows PC: From the Start menu, select Programs (in Windows XP, select All

Programs) > HP > Photosmart 320, 370, 7400, 7800, 8100, 8400, 8700 series

> Photosmart Help.

Macintosh: Select Help > Mac Help in the Finder, then select Library >

HP Photosmart Printer Help for Macintosh.

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Chapter 1

Printer parts

Front of printer

1.

Control panel

Control the basic functions of the printer from here.

2.

Out tray (closed)

Open this to print, insert a memory card, connect a compatible digital camera, or connect an HP iPod.

Inside front of printer

1.

In tray

Load paper here.

2.

In tray extender

Pull out to support paper.

3.

Paper-width guide

Move to the width of current paper to position the paper properly.

4.

Camera port

Connect a PictBridge digital camera, the optional HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter, or an HP iPod to this port.

5.

Memory card slots

Insert memory cards into these slots. See

Inserting memory cards .

6.

Print cartridge door

Open to insert or remove a print cartridge.

7.

Out tray (open)

The printer deposits printed photos here.

Rear of printer

1.

USB port

Use this port to connect the printer to a computer or to an HP direct-printing digital camera.

2.

Power cord connection

Connect the power cord here.

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Indicator lights

1.

On light

– Green: printer is on

– Green and flashing: printer is busy

– Red and flashing: printer requires attention

2.

Memory Card light

The light indicates the memory card status. See

Inserting memory cards

.

– Green: ready for memory card insertion or removal

– Green and flashing: memory card is being accessed

Control panel

1.

On

Press to turn the printer on or off.

2.

Print

Press to print selected photos from a memory card.

3.

Delete

Press to delete the currently selected photo from a memory card.

4.

Select Photos buttons

Use the arrows to scroll through photos on a memory card or navigate the printer menu. Press

OK

to select a photo or menu option.

5.

Printer screen

View photos and menus here.

6.

Cancel

Press to deselect photos, exit a menu, or stop an action.

Idle screen

1.

Battery indicator

Displays the charge level of the

HP Photosmart Internal battery, if installed.

A solidly-filled battery icon indicates a fully-charged battery. As the battery is used, the battery icon indicates the approximate amount of charge by the amount of solid fill.

A lightning bolt icon shown on top of the battery icon indicates that a power supply is connected and the battery is charging.

5

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6

An outlet icon is displayed when the battery is fully charged, indicating that you can unplug the power cord and run the printer from the battery if desired.

For more information about the battery, refer to the instructions that came with the battery.

2.

Ink level indicator

Displays the ink level of the print cartridge.

Select Photos screen

1.

Selection box

Displays a check mark if photo is selected.

2.

Copies

Displays number of copies to be printed of the current photo.

3.

Video clip

Displays this icon only when you have a video clip displayed on the printer screen.

4.

Index number

Displays index number of current photo and total number of photos on the inserted memory card.

Internal battery compartment

1.

Cover of the battery compartment

Open this cover on the bottom of the printer to insert the optional

HP Photosmart Internal Battery.

2.

HP Photosmart Internal Battery (Model:

Q5599A)

A fully-charged battery has sufficient charge to print approximately 75 photos.

You must purchase the battery separately.

3.

Internal battery compartment

Insert the optional HP Photosmart

Internal Battery here.

4.

Battery compartment button

Slide to release the compartment cover.

HP Photosmart 320 series

Available accessories

There are several accessories available for the HP Photosmart 320 series printer that enhance its portability for printing anywhere, anytime. The appearance of the accessories may vary from what is shown.

Accessory name Description

The HP Photosmart Internal Battery lets you take the printer with you wherever you go. (Model: Q5599A)

HP Photosmart Internal Battery

HP Photosmart Automobile DC

Adapter

The HP Photosmart Automobile DC

Adapter lets you plug into your automobile for backup power and to recharge an optional HP Photosmart

Internal Battery inserted in the printer.

(Model: Q3448A)

The lightweight, durable HP Photosmart

Carrying Case for Compact Printers holds and protects everything needed for hassle-free printing on the go.

(Model: Q3424A)

HP Photosmart Carrying Case for

Compact Printers

HP Bluetooth adapter

®

wireless printer

The HP Bluetooth ® wireless printer adapter goes into the camera port on the front of the printer and lets you use

Bluetooth wireless technology for printing. (Model: Q3395A)

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Chapter 1

Printer menu

The printer menu contains many features for adjusting defaults, controlling print quality, and using special effects.

To use the printer menu

1.

If there is a memory card in the printer, remove it.

2.

Press or on the printer control panel to access the printer menu.

To navigate the printer menu

● Press or to scroll through the menu options displayed on the printer screen.

Menu items that are not accessible are grayed out.

● Press

OK

to open a menu or select an option.

● Press

Cancel

to exit the current menu.

Printer menu structure

Top level menu

Tools

Submenus/options

Print quality

Print sample page

Print test page

Clean cartridge

Align printer

Bluetooth

The Bluetooth menu options are needed if you equip the printer with the

Device address

Additional submenus/ options

Print quality:

● Best (default)

● Normal

Sample page for use in a demo of the printer.

Page of information about the printer: serial number, firmware version, and so on.

Continue to second level cleaning?

● Yes

● No

Continue to third level cleaning?

● Yes

● No

Select to align the print cartridge.

Device address:

Some devices with

Bluetooth wireless technology require you to

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Printer menu structure (continued)

Top level menu Submenus/options

optional HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter.

Device name

Passkey

Accessibility

Security level

Additional submenus/ options

enter the address of the device they are trying to locate. This menu option shows the device address.

You can select a device name for the printer that appears on other devices with Bluetooth wireless technology when they locate the printer.

You can assign a

Bluetooth numerical passkey to the printer.

The default passkey is

0000. When the

Security level

is set to

High

(see later in this table), users of devices with Bluetooth wireless technology must enter this passkey before they can print.

Accessibility:

● Visible to all

● Not visible

When

Accessibility

is set to

Not visible

, only devices that know the device address can print to it.

You can set the Bluetoothequipped printer to be visible or invisible to other devices with Bluetooth wireless technology by changing this accessibility option.

Security Level:

● Low (default)

The printer does not require users of other devices with

Bluetooth wireless

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Printer menu structure (continued)

Top level menu

Help

Submenus/options Additional submenus/ options

technology to enter the printer passkey.

● High

The printer does require users of other devices with

Bluetooth wireless technology to enter the printer passkey.

Reset Bluetooth options

Reset Bluetooth options:

● Yes

● No (default)

Cartridges

Press or to scroll

Preferences

Photo sizes

Paper loading

Paper jam

Camera connect

Smart focus

Digital flash

Date/time

Colorspace

Press or to scroll

Press or to scroll

Press or to scroll

Press or to scroll

Smart focus:

● On (default)

● Off

Digital Flash:

● On

● Off (default)

Date/time stamp:

● Date/time

● Date only

● Off (default)

Choose colorspace:

● Adobe RGB

● sRGB

● Auto-select (default)

The Auto-select default tells the printer to use the

Adobe RGB colorspace, if available. The printer defaults to sRGB if Adobe

RGB is not available.

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Printer menu structure (continued)

Top level menu Submenus/options

Borderless

After printing

Passport photo mode

Preview animation

Restore defaults

Language

Additional submenus/ options

Turn borderless printing:

● On (default)

● Off

When borderless printing is turned off, all pages print with a narrow white border around the outside edges of the paper.

After printing, deselect all photos:

● Always (default)

● Never

● Ask

Turn passport photo mode:

● On

● Off (default)

Select Size:

Passport mode tells the printer to print all selected photos in the selected passport photo size. A separate page is printed for each selected photo.

Each printed page contains the number of photos of the selected size that will fit on the page.

Turn preview animation:

● On (default)

● Off

Select

Off

to bypass printer screen animations.

Restore original factory preferences:

● Yes

● No

Select language:

Select country/region:

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Getting ready to print

Before you can begin printing, there are three easy procedures you should become familiar with:

● Loading paper (see

Loading paper )

Inserting print cartridges (see Inserting print cartridges )

● Inserting a memory card (see

Inserting memory cards )

You must load paper and insert a print cartridge before inserting a memory card.

Loading paper

Learn how to choose the right paper for your print job and how to load it into the In tray for printing.

Choosing the right paper

For a list of available HP-designed inkjet paper or to purchase supplies, go to:

● www.hpshopping.com

(U.S.)

● www.hp.com/go/supplies (Europe)

● www.hp.com/jp/supply_inkjet (Japan)

● www.hp.com/paper (Asia/Pacific)

To get the best results from the printer, choose from these high-quality HP photo papers.

To print

High-quality, long-lasting prints and enlargements

Medium- to high-resolution images from scanners and digital cameras

Casual and business photos

Use this paper

HP Premium Plus photo paper

HP Premium photo paper

HP photo paper

HP Everyday photo paper

To keep your paper in good condition for printing:

● Store unused paper in its original package.

● Keep the paper flat in a cool, dry place. If the corners curl, place the paper in a plastic bag and gently bend it in the opposite direction until it lies flat.

● Hold photo paper by the edges to avoid smears.

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Chapter 2

Loading your paper

Paper loading tips:

● You can print photos on photo paper, index cards, L-size cards, or Hagaki cards.

● Before loading paper, slide out the paper-width guide to make room for the paper.

● Load only one type and size of paper at a time. Do not mix paper types or sizes in the In tray.

Paper type

4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) photo paper

Index cards

L-size cards

Hagaki cards

How to load

1.

Open the In tray and pull out the In tray extender.

2.

Load up to 20 sheets of paper with the print side or glossy side facing towards you.

When loading, push the paper down firmly until it stops. If you are using tabbed paper, insert it so the tabbed end feeds in last.

3.

Adjust the paperwidth guide to fit close to the edge of the paper without bending the paper.

4.

Open the Out tray to prepare for printing.

1.

In tray

2.

Paper-width guide

3.

Out tray

Inserting print cartridges

Your HP Photosmart 320 series printer can print color and black-and-white photos.

HP provides different types of print cartridges so you can choose the best cartridge for your project. The cartridge number varies by country/region. Choose the correct cartridge number for your country/region.

For optimum printing results, HP recommends using only HP print cartridges. Inserting a cartridge that is not in this table may invalidate the printer warranty.

Use the right print cartridge

To print…

Full-color photos

Insert this print cartridge in the cartridge cradle

Tri-color (7 ml) HP #95 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #135

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To print…

Black and white photos

Sepia or antique photos

Text and colored line drawings

Insert this print cartridge in the cartridge cradle

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #343 (Western Europe),

#855 (China, India)

Tri-color (14 ml) HP #97 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #134

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #344 (Western Europe),

#857 (China, India)

Gray Photo HP #100 (worldwide)

Tri-color (7 ml) HP #95 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #135

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #343 (Western Europe),

#855 (China, India)

Tri-color (14 ml) HP #97 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #134

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #344 (Western Europe),

#857 (China, India)

Tri-color (7 ml) HP #95 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #135

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #343 (Western Europe),

#855 (China, India)

Tri-color (14 ml) HP #97 (North America,

Latin America, Asia Pacific), #134

(Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East,

Africa, Japan), #344 (Western Europe),

#857 (China, India)

Caution

Check that you are using the correct print cartridge. Also, note that

HP does not recommend modifying or refilling HP cartridges. Damage that results from modifying or refilling HP cartridges is not covered by the

HP warranty.

For best print quality, HP recommends that you install all retail print cartridges before the date stamped on the box.

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Chapter 2

Insert or replace the print cartridge

Remove the pink tape

Prepare the printer and cartridge

1.

Make sure the power is on and you have removed the cardboard from inside the printer.

2.

Open the print cartridge access door of the printer.

3.

Remove the bright pink tape from the cartridge.

Do not touch here

Insert the cartridge

1.

If you are replacing a cartridge, push down and pull outward on the cartridge in the cradle to remove it.

2.

Hold the replacement cartridge with the label on top. Slide the cartridge at a slight upward angle into the cradle so the copper-colored contacts go in first. Push the cartridge until it snaps into place.

3.

Close the print cartridge access door.

The idle screen of the printer displays an icon showing the approximate ink level for the installed cartridge (100%, 75%,

50%, 25%, and nearly empty). No inklevel icon appears if the cartridge is not a genuine HP cartridge.

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Insert or replace the print cartridge (continued)

Each time you install or replace a print cartridge, a message appears on the printer screen asking you to load plain paper so the printer can align the cartridge. This ensures high-quality prints.

Align the cartridge

1.

Load paper in the In tray and press

OK

.

2.

Follow the onscreen instructions to align the cartridge.

See

Aligning the print cartridge .

When you are not using a print cartridge

Whenever you remove a print cartridge from the printer, store it in a print cartridge protector. The cartridge protector keeps the ink from drying out.

Storing the cartridge improperly can cause the cartridge to malfunction.

In some countries/regions the cartridge protector is not included with the printer, but comes with the Gray Photo cartridge that can be purchased separately. In other countries/regions, the protector is included with the printer.

➔ To insert a cartridge into the cartridge protector, slide the cartridge into the protector at a slight angle and snap it securely into place.

Inserting memory cards

After you have taken pictures with a digital camera, you can remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into the printer to view and print your photos. The printer can read the following types of memory cards: CompactFlash ™ , Memory Sticks,

MultiMediaCard

, Secure Digital

, SmartMedia

, and xD-Picture Card

. The

Microdrive is not supported.

Caution

Using any other type of memory card may damage the memory card and the printer.

To learn about other ways of transferring photos from a digital camera to the printer,

see Connecting to other devices .

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Supported file formats

The printer can recognize and print the following file formats directly from a memory card: JPEG, uncompressed TIFF, Motion JPEG AVI, Motion JPEG Quicktime, and

MPEG-1. If your digital camera saves photos and video clips in other file formats, save the files to your computer and print them using a software application. For more information, see the onscreen Help.

Inserting a memory card

Find your memory card in the following table and use the instructions to insert the card into the printer.

Guidelines:

● Insert only one memory card at a time.

● Gently push the memory card into the printer until it stops. The memory card does not insert all the way into the printer; do not try to force it.

Caution 1

Inserting the memory card any other way may damage the card and the printer.

When the memory card is inserted correctly, the Memory Card light flashes and then remains solid green.

Caution 2

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing. For more information, see

Removing a memory card .

Memory card

CompactFlash

Slot

Top right slot

How to insert the memory card

● Front label faces up, and if the label has an arrow, the arrow points toward the printer

● Edge with metal pinholes goes into the printer first

MultiMediaCard

Bottom right slot ● Angled corner is on the right

● Metal contacts face down

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Memory card

Secure Digital

Slot How to insert the memory card

Bottom right slot ● Angled corner is on the right

● Metal contacts face down

SmartMedia

Upper portion of the top left double slot

● Angled corner is on the left

● Metal contacts face down

Memory Stick

Bottom left slot ● Angled corner is on the left

● Metal contacts face down

● If you are using a Memory Stick Duo

or Memory

Stick PRO Duo ™ card, attach the adapter that came with the card before you insert the card into the printer

xD-Picture Card

Lower right portion of the top left double slot

● Curved side of card points toward you

● Metal contacts face down

Removing a memory card

Wait until the Memory Card light stops flashing, then gently pull the memory card to remove it from the printer.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing. A flashing light means that the printer is accessing the memory card.

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Chapter 2

Removing a memory card while it is being accessed may damage the printer and the memory card or corrupt the information on the memory card.

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Printing without a computer

The HP Photosmart 320 series printer lets you print amazing photos without even going near a computer. After setting up the printer using the instructions in the

HP Photosmart 320 series Setup Guide, refer to these steps for start-to-finish printing.

Getting your photos from camera to printer

Use these steps for start-to-finish printing in minutes!

Step 1

Insert a memory card

See

Inserting memory cards .

Step 2

Decide which photos to print

See

Deciding which photos to print .

Step 3

Load paper

See

Loading paper .

Step 4

Insert a different print cartridge for this print job, if desired

See

Inserting print cartridges

.

Step 5

Select photos to print

See

Selecting photos to print

.

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Chapter 3

(continued)

Use these steps for start-to-finish printing in minutes!

Step 6

Improve the quality of your photos

See

Improving the quality of your photos .

Step 7

Print your photos

See

Printing your photos .

Deciding which photos to print

To view photos

One by one

Using a photo index

A photo index shows thumbnail views and index numbers for up to 2000 photos on a memory card. Use an index card instead of photo paper to cut costs when printing a photo index.

Do this

1.

Insert a memory card.

2.

Use the or to select a layout, then press

OK

. See

Selecting a layout

.

3.

Press or to view the photos one by one. Press and hold the button to view the photos rapidly.

When you reach the last photo in either direction, the display returns to the first or last photo and continues.

1.

Insert a memory card.

2.

Select

Print Index Page

, then press

OK

.

Selecting photos to print

If you want to…

Print one photo

Print more than one copy of a photo

Do this

1.

Insert a memory card and select a print layout.

2.

Press

Print

to print the photo displayed on the printer screen, using the current print layout.

1.

Insert a memory card and select a print layout.

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If you want to…

Print several photos

Print all photos

Print nine frames from a video clip

Do this

2.

Press

OK

once for each copy of the current photo you want to print.

Press

Cancel

to decrease the number of copies by one or deselect a selected photo.

3.

Press

Print

.

1.

Insert a memory card and select a print layout.

2.

Press

OK

to select each photo you want to print.

3.

Press

Print

.

1.

Insert a memory card and select a print layout.

2.

Press and hold

OK

until a message tells you that all the photos on the card have been selected.

3.

Press

Print

.

1.

Insert a memory card that has a video clip on it.

2.

Press

OK

to select either layout option; neither one will be used for printing video clips, which are always printed nine to a page.

3.

Press or to scroll to the video clip you want to print (the first frame in the clip will be displayed). The video clip icon appears at the bottom of the printer screen.

4.

Press

OK

to select the video clip, then press

Print

. The printout will contain one page of nine frames automatically selected from the video clip.

Note 1

The image resolution in video clips is typically lower than that of digital photos; therefore, you may notice that the print quality of your video clip frames is lower than the print quality of your photos.

Note 2

Not all video file formats are supported by this printer. For a list of supported video file formats, see

Printer specifications

.

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Improving the quality of your photos

The HP Photosmart 320 series printer provides a variety of preferences and effects that can improve the quality of your printed photos. The settings do not change your original photo. They only affect printing.

Problem and solution

Blurred photos

Smart Focus

Sharpen blurred photos. It is turned on by default. Use these instructions to turn it on if it is currently off. This preference affects all printed photos.

How to do it

1.

Remove any memory cards, then press or .

2.

Select

Preferences

, then press

OK

.

3.

Select

Smart Focus

, then press

OK

.

4.

Press or to highlight

On

, then press

OK

.

Photos with poor lighting and contrast

Digital Flash

Improve the lighting and contrast in prints. This preference affects all printed photos.

1.

Remove any memory cards, then press or .

2.

Select

Preferences

, then press

OK

.

3.

Select

Digital Flash

, then press

OK

.

4.

Press or to highlight

On

, then press

OK

.

Printing your photos

Printing your photos involves three steps: selecting a print layout, setting print quality, and selecting a print method.

Selecting a layout

The printer prompts you to select a print layout each time you insert a memory card.

Layout options Do this

1.

Insert a memory card.

2.

Use or to select a layout:

– Print one photo per sheet

– Print two photos per sheet

– Print four photos per sheet

3.

Press

OK

.

The printer may rotate your photos to fit the layout.

Note

When borderless printing is turned off, all pages print with a narrow white border around the outside edges of the paper. To turn off borderless printing, see

Printer menu

.

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Setting print quality

Best quality is the default and produces the highest quality photos. Normal quality conserves ink and prints faster.

To change the print quality to Normal

1.

Remove any memory cards, then press or .

2.

Select

Tools

, then press

OK

.

3.

Select

Print Quality

, then press

OK

.

4.

Select

Normal

, then press

OK

.

Print quality reverts to Best after the next print job.

Selecting a print method

The HP Photosmart 320 series printer lets you print from a memory card, directly from a digital camera, or from an HP iPod (with photos stored in it).

To print from a...

Memory card

Print digital photos that are stored on a memory card. The photos can be unmarked or camera-selected (Digital

Print Order Format, or DPOF). Printing from a memory card requires no computer and does not drain your digital camera's batteries. See

Inserting memory cards

.

Digital camera

Print beautiful photos from a PictBridge or HP direct-printing digital camera without using a computer. See

Getting connected .

When you print directly from a digital camera, the printer uses the settings that you selected on the camera. For more information on using cameraselected photos, see the documentation that came with the camera.

Do this

To print unmarked photos

1.

Insert a memory card.

2.

Select one or more photos. See

Selecting photos to print .

3.

Press

Print

.

To print camera-selected photos

1.

Insert a memory card that contains camera-selected (DPOF) photos.

2.

Select

Yes

when the printer asks you whether you want to print the camera-selected photos, then press

OK

.

To print from a PictBridge camera

1.

Turn on the PictBridge digital camera and select the photos you want to print.

2.

Make sure the camera is in

PictBridge mode, then connect it to the camera port on the front of the printer using the USB cable that came with the camera.

Once the printer recognizes the

PictBridge camera, the selected photos print.

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To print from a...

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HP iPod

Print photos that are stored in an

HP iPod. See

Connecting to other devices .

Do this

To print from an HP direct-printing camera

1.

Turn on the HP direct-printing digital camera and select the photos you want to print.

2.

Connect the camera to the USB port on the back of the printer using the USB cable that came with the camera.

3.

Follow the instructions on the camera screen.

Before using the steps below to import and print photos to your HP iPod, make sure your images and your HP iPod meet the following requirements:

● The images you copy to the

HP iPod must be in JPEG format.

● Make sure the HP iPod is formatted in Windows (FAT 32 file structure).

The HP iPod defaults to the

Windows file structure. To check if your HP iPod was formatted for

Windows, go to Settings>About on your HP iPod. If it was formatted in

Windows, it will display “Format

Windows” at the bottom of the screen. If it was not formatted in

Windows, you must connect the

HP iPod to a Windows PC using the

USB cable that came with the

HP iPod and follow the onscreen instructions.

Note

HP iPods that have only been connected to a Macintosh are not compatible with the printer; however, after connecting to a

Windows PC, Macintosh users can still fully synchronize their HP iPods back to Macintosh and Mac iTunes and maintain printer support.

To import photos to an HP iPod

1.

Copy photos from a memory card to your HP iPod using the Belkin

Media Reader for iPod.

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To print from a...

Do this

2.

Verify that photos are on your

HP iPod by selecting “Photo Import” on the HP iPod menu. Photos will appear as “Rolls.”

To print photos from an HP iPod

1.

Connect the HP iPod to the camera port on the front of the printer using the USB cable that came with the

HP iPod. The printer screen will display

Reading Device

for up to several minutes while the photos are read. Then the photos will be displayed on the printer screen.

2.

Select the photo(s) you want to print and press

Print

. For more information on selecting and printing photos, see

Selecting photos to print .

If you are unable to print to the

HP Photosmart 320 series printer using your HP iPod, please contact

HP Customer Care. See

HP Customer

Care .

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4

Getting connected

Use the printer to stay connected to other devices and people.

Connecting to other devices

This printer offers several ways of connecting to computers or other devices. Each connection type lets you do different things.

Connection type and what you need

USB

● A Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0

full-speed compliant cable 10 feet

(3 meters) or less in length. For instructions about connecting the printer with a USB cable, see

Installing the software

.

● A computer with Internet access (to use HP Instant Share).

What this lets you do

● Print from your computer to the printer.

● Save photos from a memory card inserted in the printer to your computer where you can enhance or organize them using the

HP Image Zone software.

● Share photos through HP Instant

Share.

● Print directly from an

HP Photosmart direct-printing digital camera to the printer. For more information, see

Printing without a computer and the camera

documentation.

Print directly from a PictBridgecompatible digital camera to the printer.

For more information, see

Printing without a computer

and the camera documentation.

PictBridge

A PictBridge-compatible digital camera and a USB cable.

Connect the camera to the camera port on the front of the printer.

Bluetooth

The optional HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter.

If the printer came with this accessory or you have purchased it separately, see the accompanying documentation.

HP iPod

An HP iPod and the USB cable that came with it. Connect the HP iPod to the camera port on the front of the printer.

Print from any device with Bluetooth wireless technology to the printer.

If you connect the optional HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter to the printer through the camera port, be sure to set the Bluetooth printer menu options as needed. See

Printer menu .

Print directly from an HP iPod (with photos stored in it) to the printer. For more information, see

To print photos from an HP iPod

.

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Connecting through HP Instant Share

Use HP Instant Share to share photos with friends and relatives using e-mail, online albums, or an online photo finishing service. The printer must be connected through a

USB cable to a computer with Internet access and have all the HP software installed.

If you try to use HP Instant Share and do not have all the required software installed or configured, a message prompts you through the required steps. See

Installing the software

.

To use HP Instant Share to send photos

1.

Insert a memory card that contains the photos you want to share.

2.

Follow the prompts on your computer to save the photos to the computer.

3.

Use the HP Instant Share features of the HP Image Zone software to share your photos with others.

See the onscreen HP Image Zone Help for information about using HP Instant Share.

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Maintaining and transporting the printer

The HP Photosmart 320 series printer requires very little maintenance. Follow the guidelines in this chapter to extend the life span of the printer and printing supplies, and to ensure that the photos you print are always of the highest quality.

Cleaning and maintaining the printer

Keep the printer and print cartridges clean and well maintained using the simple procedures in this section.

Cleaning the outside of the printer

1.

Turn off the printer, then disconnect the power cord from the back of the printer.

2.

If you installed the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery in the printer, remove it, then close the battery compartment door.

3.

Wipe the outside of the printer with a soft cloth that has been lightly moistened with water.

Caution 1

Do not use any type of cleaning solution. Household cleaners and detergents may damage the printer’s finish.

Caution 2

Do not clean the interior of the printer. Keep all fluids away from the interior.

Cleaning the print cartridge

If you notice white lines or single-color streaks on the photos you print, the print cartridge may need to be cleaned. Do not clean the cartridge more often than necessary, since cleaning uses up ink.

1.

Remove any memory cards from the memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing. For more information, see

Removing a memory card .

2.

Press or to display the printer menu.

3.

Select

Tools

, then press

OK

.

4.

Select

Clean cartridge

, then press

OK

.

5.

Following the directions on the printer screen, load paper so the printer can print a test page after cleaning the cartridge. Use plain paper or index cards to conserve photo paper.

6.

Press

OK

to begin cleaning the print cartridge.

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7.

When the printer finishes cleaning the cartridge and prints a test page, check the test page and select from the following options:

– If the test page has white streaks or missing colors, the print cartridge needs to be cleaned again. Select

Yes

, then press

OK

.

– If the print quality of the test page looks good, select

No

, then press

OK

.

You can clean the cartridge up to three times. Each successive cleaning is more thorough and uses more ink.

If you complete all three levels of cleaning using this procedure and you still notice white streaks or missing colors on the test page, you may need to clean the print cartridge copper-colored contacts. For more information, see the following section.

Note

If the cartridge or printer has been recently dropped, you may also see white streaks or missing colors in your prints. This problem is temporary and clears up within 24 hours.

Cleaning the print cartridge contacts

If you use the printer in a dusty environment, debris may accumulate on the coppercolored contacts and cause printing problems.

To clean the print cartridge contacts:

1.

Gather the following items to clean the contacts:

– Distilled water (tap water may contain contaminants that can damage the print cartridge)

– Cotton swabs or other soft, lint-free material that will not stick to the print cartridge

2.

Open the print cartridge door.

3.

Remove the print cartridge and place it on a piece of paper with the ink nozzle plate facing up. Be careful not to touch the copper-colored contacts or the ink nozzle plate with your fingers.

Caution

Do not leave the print cartridge outside the printer for more than

30 minutes. Ink nozzles exposed to the air longer than this may dry out and cause printing problems.

4.

Lightly moisten a cotton swab with distilled water and squeeze any excess water from the swab.

5.

Gently wipe the copper-colored contacts with the cotton swab.

Caution

Do not touch the ink nozzle. Touching the ink nozzle will result in clogs, ink failure, and bad electrical connections.

6.

Repeat steps 4–5 until no ink residue or dust appears on a clean swab.

7.

Insert the print cartridge in the printer, then close the print cartridge door.

Printing a test page

Print a test page before contacting HP Customer Care. The test page contains diagnostic information you can use when working with HP Customer Care to solve printing problems. Look at the ink nozzle pattern on the test page to check the ink level and condition of the print cartridge. If any line or color is missing from the

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pattern, try cleaning the print cartridge. For more information, see

Cleaning the print cartridge

.

1.

Remove any memory cards from the memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing. For more information, see

Removing a memory card .

2.

Press or to display the printer menu.

3.

Select

Tools

, then press

OK

.

4.

Select

Print test page

, then press

OK

.

5.

Following the directions on the printer screen, load paper so the printer can print a test page. Use plain paper or index cards to conserve photo paper.

6.

Press

OK

to begin printing the test page.

The test page contains the following information:

Aligning the print cartridge

The first time you install a print cartridge in the printer, the printer aligns it automatically. However, if colors in printouts are misaligned, or if the alignment page does not print correctly when you installed a new print cartridge, use the following procedure to align the print cartridge.

1.

Remove any memory cards from the memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing. For more information, see

Removing a memory card .

2.

Press or to display the printer menu.

3.

Select

Tools

, then press

OK

.

4.

Select

Align cartridge

, then press

OK

.

5.

A message appears on the printer screen reminding you to load plain paper.

Load paper so the printer can print a calibration page. Use plain paper or index cards to conserve photo paper.

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6.

Press

OK

to begin aligning the print cartridge.

When the printer finishes aligning the cartridge, it prints an alignment page to confirm that the alignment was successful.

– The check marks verify that the print cartridge is installed correctly and functioning properly.

– If an “x” appears to the left of any of the bars, align the print cartridge again.

If the “x” still appears, replace the print cartridge.

Storing the printer and print cartridges

Protect the printer and print cartridges by storing them properly when you are not using them.

Storing the printer

The printer is built to withstand long or short periods of inactivity.

● Close the In and Out tray doors when the printer is not in use.

● Store the printer indoors out of direct sunlight in a place without temperature extremes.

● If the printer and print cartridge have not been used for one month or more, clean the print cartridge before printing. For more information, see

Cleaning the print cartridge

.

Storing the print cartridges

When you store or transport the printer, always leave the active print cartridge inside the printer. The printer stores the print cartridge in a protective cap during the powerdown cycle.

Caution

Make sure the printer completes its power-down cycle before you unplug the power cord or remove the internal battery. This allows the printer to store the print cartridge properly.

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Follow these tips to help maintain HP print cartridges and ensure consistent print quality:

● When you remove a print cartridge from the printer, store it in a print cartridge protector to prevent the ink from drying out.

In some countries/regions the cartridge protector is not included with the printer, but comes with the Gray Photo cartridge that can be purchased separately. In other countries/regions, the protector is included with the printer.

● Keep all unused print cartridges in their original sealed packages until they are needed. Store print cartridges at room temperature (15–35 degrees C or 59–95 degrees F).

● Do not remove the plastic tape covering the ink nozzles until you are ready to install the print cartridge in the printer. If the plastic tape has been removed from the print cartridge, do not attempt to reattach it. Reattaching the tape damages the print cartridge.

Maintaining the quality of photo paper

For best results with photo paper, follow the guidelines in this section.

Storing photo paper

● Store the photo paper in its original packaging or in a resealable plastic bag.

● Store the packaged photo paper on a flat, cool, and dry surface.

● Return unused photo paper to the plastic bag. Paper left in the printer or exposed to the elements may curl.

Handling photo paper

● Always hold photo paper by the edges to avoid fingerprints.

● If the photo paper has curled edges, place it in its plastic storage bag and gently bend it in the opposite direction of the curl until the paper lies flat.

Transporting the printer

It's easy to transport and set up the printer almost anywhere. Take it with you on vacations and to family gatherings and social events to instantly print and share photos with family and friends.

HP Photosmart Internal Battery: Power the printer with a rechargeable battery

so you can print anywhere.

HP Photosmart Automobile DC Adapter: Power the printer from the cigarette

lighter in a car.

HP Photosmart Carrying Case for compact photo printers: Carry the printer and

printing supplies together in this convenient travel case.

To transport the printer:

1.

Turn off the printer.

2.

Remove any memory cards from the memory card slots.

3.

Remove all paper from the In and Out trays, then close the In and Out tray doors.

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Note

Make sure the printer completes its power-down cycle before you unplug the power cord. This allows the printer to store the print cartridge properly.

4.

Unplug the power cord.

5.

If the printer is connected to a computer, disconnect the USB cable from the computer.

6.

Always carry the printer upright.

Note

Do not remove the print cartridge when transporting the printer.

Make sure to bring the following items with you:

● Paper

● Power cord

● Digital camera or a memory card containing photos

● Extra print cartridges (if you plan to print a lot of photos)

● Optional printer accessories you plan to use, such as the battery, DC adapter, or

HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter

● If you are going to connect the printer to a computer, bring the USB cable and

HP Photosmart printer software CD

● Printer user's guide (the book you are reading)

Note

If you do not take the printer user's guide with you, be sure to write down the correct pen numbers for the country/region you plan to visit or purchase enough print cartridges before you go.

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Troubleshooting

The HP Photosmart printer is designed to be reliable and easy to use. This section answers frequently asked questions about using the printer and printing without a computer. It contains information about the following topics:

● Printer hardware problems. See

Printer hardware problems .

● Printing problems. See

Printing problems .

Bluetooth printing problems. See Bluetooth printing problems .

Error messages. See Error messages .

For troubleshooting information about using the printer software and printing from a computer, see the onscreen HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the onscreen Printer Help, see

Welcome .

Printer hardware problems

Before contacting Customer Care, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to the online support services at www.hp.com/support .

Note

If you want to connect the printer to a computer, HP recommends using a USB cable of less than 10 feet (3 meters) in length to minimize injected noise due to potentially high electromagnetic fields.

The On light is flashing green but the printer is not printing.

● If the printer is turned on, it is busy processing information. Wait for it to finish.

● If the printer is turned off, and the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed, the battery is charging.

The On light is flashing red.

The printer requires attention. Try the following:

● Check the printer screen for instructions. If you have a digital camera connected to the printer, check the camera screen for instructions. If the printer is connected to a computer, check the computer monitor for instructions.

● Turn off the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in. Turn on the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord. Turn on the printer.

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The On light flashed amber briefly after I turned the printer off.

This is a normal part of the power-down process. It does not indicate a problem with the printer.

The On light is flashing amber.

A printer error has occurred. Try the following:

● Check the printer screen for instructions. If you have a digital camera connected to the printer, check the camera screen for instructions. If the printer is connected to a computer, check the computer monitor for instructions.

● Turn off the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in. Turn on the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord. Turn on the printer.

● If the On light continues to flash amber, go to www.hp.com/support or contact

Customer Care.

The buttons on the control panel do not respond.

A printer error has occurred. Wait for about a minute to see if the printer resets. If it does not, try the following:

● Turn off the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in. Turn on the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord. Turn on the printer.

● If the printer does not reset, and the control panel buttons still do not respond, go to www.hp.com/support or contact Customer Care.

The printer does not find and display the photos on my memory card.

Try the following:

● Turn off the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in. Turn on the printer.

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If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord. Turn on the printer.

● The memory card may contain file types the printer cannot read directly from the memory card.

– Save the photos to a computer, then print them from the computer. For more information, see the documentation that came with the camera and the onscreen HP Photosmart Printer Help.

– The next time you take photos, set the digital camera to save them in a file format the printer can read directly from the memory card. For a list of supported file formats, see

Printer specifications

. For instructions on setting the digital camera to save photos in specific file formats, see the documentation that came with the camera.

The printer is plugged in, but it will not turn on.

● The printer may have drawn too much power.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in. Turn on the printer.

If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer:

Unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord. Turn on the printer.

● The printer may be plugged into a power strip that is turned off. Turn on the power strip, then turn on the printer.

The optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer, but the printer will not turn on using battery power.

● The battery may need to be charged. Plug in the printer power cord to charge the battery. The On light flashes green to indicate that the battery is charging.

● If the battery is charged, try removing and reinstalling the battery.

The optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer, but it will not charge.

● Open the battery compartment cover. Remove the battery and reinstall it. For more information on how to install the battery, see the documentation that came with the battery.

● Check that the printer power cord is securely connected to both the printer and the power source. When the printer is turned off, the On light flashes green to indicate that the battery is charging.

● Turn on the printer. The battery charging icon, a lightning bolt, flashes above the battery icon on the printer screen to indicate that the battery is charging.

● An empty battery should fully charge in approximately four hours when the printer is not in use. If the battery still does not charge, replace it.

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The optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery low-power warning appears. I plug the printer into my automobile with the optional HP Photosmart Automobile DC

Adapter, but the printer does not recognize the new power source.

● Turn the printer off before you plug the printer into the automobile with the adapter.

● Plug the printer into the automobile with the HP Photosmart Automobile DC

Adapter.

● Turn the printer on.

The printer makes noises when I turn it on, or starts making noises on its own after it has been sitting unused for a while.

The printer may make noises after long periods of inactivity (approximately 2 weeks), or when its power supply has been interrupted and then restored. This is normal operation—the printer is performing an automatic maintenance procedure to ensure that it produces the best quality output.

Printing problems

Before contacting Customer Care, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to the online support services at www.hp.com/support .

The printer does not print borderless photos when I print from the control panel.

The borderless printing option may be turned off. To turn on borderless printing, follow these steps:

1.

Remove any memory cards from the memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing.

2.

Press

OK

on the control panel to display the printer menu.

3.

Select

Preferences

, then press

OK

.

4.

Select

Borderless

, then press

OK

.

5.

Select

On

, then press

OK

.

Paper does not feed into the printer correctly.

● Make sure that the paper-width guide fits close to the edge of the paper without bending the paper.

● There may be too much paper loaded in the In tray. Remove some paper and try printing again.

● If sheets of photo paper stick together, try loading one sheet at a time.

● If you are using the printer in an extremely high or low humidity environment, insert the paper as far as it will go into the In tray, and load one sheet of photo paper at a time.

● If you are using photo paper that is curled, place the paper in a plastic bag and gently bend it in the opposite direction of the curl until the paper lies flat. If the

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problem persists, use paper that is not curled. For information about proper storage and handling of photo paper, see

Maintaining the quality of photo paper .

● The paper may be too thin or too thick. Try using HP-designed photo paper. For more information, see

Choosing the right paper .

The photo printed at an angle or is off-center.

● The paper may not be loaded correctly. Reload the paper, making sure that the paper is correctly oriented in the In tray and that the paper-width guide fits close to the edge of the paper. For paper-loading instructions, see

Loading paper

.

● The print cartridge may need to be aligned. For more information, see

Aligning the print cartridge .

No page came out of the printer.

● The printer may need attention. Read the printer screen for instructions.

● The power may be off or there may be a loose connection. Make sure that the power is on and the power cord is securely connected. If you are using battery power, make sure the battery is correctly installed.

● You may not have any paper in the In tray. Check that paper is loaded correctly in the In tray. For paper-loading instructions, see

Loading paper .

● The paper may have jammed while printing. See the following section for instructions on clearing a paper jam.

The paper jammed while printing.

Check the printer screen for instructions. To clear a paper jam, try the following:

● If the paper came part way through the front of the printer, gently pull the paper towards you to remove it.

● If the paper did not come part way through the front of the printer, try removing it from the back of the printer:

– Remove the paper from the In tray, then pull down on the In tray to open it fully to a horizontal position.

– Gently pull the jammed paper to remove it from the back of the printer.

– Lift the In tray up until it snaps back into paper-loading position.

● If you cannot grasp the edge of the jammed paper to remove it, try the following:

– Turn off the printer.

– If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer, unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in.

– If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer, unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord.

– Turn on the printer. The printer checks for paper in the paper path and will automatically eject the jammed paper.

Press

OK

to continue.

Tip

If you experience paper jams while printing, try loading one sheet of photo paper at a time. Insert the paper as far as it will go into the In tray.

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A blank page came out of the printer.

● Check the ink-level icon on the printer screen. If the print cartridge is out of ink, replace it. For more information, see

Inserting print cartridges .

● You may have begun printing and then cancelled the process. If you cancelled the process before the photo started printing, the printer may have already loaded paper in preparation for printing. The next time you print, the printer will eject the blank page before starting the new printing project.

The photo did not print using the printer's default print settings.

You may have changed the print settings for the selected photo. Print settings you apply to an individual photo override the printer's default print settings. Discard all print settings that have been applied to an individual photo by deselecting the photo.

For more information, see

Selecting photos to print

.

The printer ejects the paper when preparing to print.

Direct sunlight could be interfering with the operation of the automatic paper sensor.

Move the printer out of direct sunlight.

Print quality is poor.

● The print cartridge may be running out of ink. Check the ink-level icon on the printer screen, and replace the cartridge if necessary. For more information, see

Insert the cartridge

.

● You may have selected a low-resolution setting on the digital camera when you took the photo. For better results in the future, set the digital camera to a higher resolution.

● Make sure you are using the right type of photo paper for the project. Use HP-

designed photo paper for best results. For more information, see Choosing the right paper

.

● You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper. Make sure the paper is loaded with the side to be printed facing up.

The print cartridge may need to be cleaned. For more information, see Cleaning the print cartridge

.

The print cartridge may need to be aligned. For more information, see Aligning the print cartridge

.

The photos I marked for printing in the digital camera do not print.

Some digital cameras, such as the HP 318 and HP 612, let you mark photos for printing both in the camera's internal memory and on the memory card. If you mark photos in the internal memory, and then move photos from the camera's internal memory to the memory card, the marks do not transfer. Mark photos for printing after you transfer them from the digital camera's internal memory to the memory card.

Bluetooth printing problems

Before contacting Customer Care, read this section for troubleshooting tips, or go to the online support services at www.hp.com/support . Be sure to also read the

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documentation that came with your HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter and your device with Bluetooth wireless technology.

My Bluetooth device cannot find the printer.

● Make sure the HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter is plugged into the camera port on the front of the printer. The light on the adapter flashes when the adapter is ready to receive data.

● Bluetooth

Accessibility

may be set to

Not visible

. Change this setting to

Visible to all

as follows:

– Remove any memory cards from the printer memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing.

– Press

OK

to display the printer menu.

– Select

Bluetooth

, then press

OK

.

– Select

Accessibility

, then press

OK

.

– Select

Visible to all

, then press

OK

.

● Bluetooth

Security level

may be set to

High

. Change this setting to

Low

as follows:

– Remove any memory cards from the printer memory card slots.

Caution

Do not pull out a memory card while the Memory Card light is flashing.

– Press

OK

to display the printer menu.

– Select

Bluetooth

, then press

OK

.

– Select

Security level

, then press

OK

.

– Select

Low

, then press

OK

.

● The Passkey (PIN) that the device with Bluetooth wireless technology is using for the printer may be incorrect. Make sure the correct Passkey for the printer is entered in the device with Bluetooth wireless technology.

● You may be too far from the printer. Move the device with Bluetooth wireless technology closer to the printer. The maximum recommended distance between the device with Bluetooth wireless technology and the printer is 30 feet (10 meters).

No page came out of the printer.

The printer may not recognize the type of file sent by the device with Bluetooth

wireless technology. For a list of the file formats that the printer supports, see Printer specifications .

Print quality is poor.

The photo you printed may be low resolution. For better results in the future, set the digital camera to a higher resolution. Be aware that photos taken with VGA-resolution cameras, such as those found in wireless phones, may not have high enough resolution to produce a high-quality print.

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The photo printed with borders.

The printing application installed on your device with Bluetooth wireless technology may not support borderless printing. Contact the vendor of the device, or go to their support website to obtain the latest updates for the printing application.

Error messages

Before contacting Customer Care, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to the online support services at www.hp.com/support .

The following error messages may appear on the printer screen. Follow the instructions to resolve the problem.

Error message: Paper jam. Clear jam then press OK.

To clear a paper jam, try the following:

● If the paper came part way through the front of the printer, gently pull the paper towards you to remove it.

● If the paper did not come part way through the front of the printer, try removing it from the back of the printer:

– Remove the paper from the In tray, then pull down on the In tray to open it fully to a horizontal position.

– Gently pull the jammed paper to remove it from the back of the printer.

– Lift the In tray up until it snaps back into paper-loading position.

● If you cannot grasp the edge of the jammed paper to remove it, try the following:

– Turn off the printer.

– If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is not installed in the printer, unplug the printer power cord. Wait about 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back in.

– If the optional HP Photosmart Internal Battery is installed in the printer, unplug the printer power cord, if it is plugged in. Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery. Wait about 10 seconds, then reinstall the battery. If desired, plug in the power cord.

– Turn on the printer. The printer checks for paper in the paper path and will automatically eject the jammed paper.

● Press

OK

to continue.

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Error message: Automatic paper sensor failed.

The automatic paper sensor is obstructed or damaged. Try moving the printer out of direct sunlight, then press

OK

and try printing again. If this does not work, go to www.hp.com/support or contact Customer Care.

Error message: Cartridge is not compatible. Use appropriate HP cartridge.

Replace the print cartridge with one that is compatible with the printer. For more information, see

Inserting print cartridges

.

Error message: Print cartridge cradle is stuck. Clear jam then press OK.

Follow these steps to clear any obstruction in the path of the print cartridge cradle:

1.

Open the print cartridge door.

2.

Clear any obstruction in the cradle path.

3.

Close the print cartridge door, then press

OK

to continue.

Error message: Cartridge service station is stuck.

The print cartridge service station is the component located beneath the print cartridge cradle that wipes and caps the print cartridge for storage. Follow these steps to clear the obstruction blocking the print cartridge service station:

1.

Open the print cartridge door.

2.

Gently push the print cartridge and print cartridge cradle to the left to access the print cartridge service station.

3.

Remove any obstruction.

4.

Close the print cartridge door, the press

OK

to continue.

Error message: Memory card in backwards. The black side should face up.

A SmartMedia memory card has been inserted upside down. Gently pull the card out of the slot and reinsert it with the gold contacts facing down.

Error message: Photo is corrupted

While the printer was printing from a memory card, either another memory card was inserted or a USB device was connected to the front camera port. Insert only one memory card at a time. Do not insert a USB device while the printer is printing from a memory card. Your photo is not corrupted.

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7

Specifications

This section lists the minimum system requirements for installing the HP Photosmart printer software, and provides selected printer specifications.

For a complete list of printer specifications and system requirements, see the onscreen Help. For information about viewing the onscreen Help, see

Welcome .

System requirements

Component

Operating system

Processor

RAM

Free disk space

Video display

CD-ROM drive

Connectivity

Browser

Windows PC minimum

Microsoft ® Windows 98,

2000 Professional, ME,

XP Home, and XP

Professional

Mac

10.3

® OS X 10.1 through

Intel

®

Pentium

®

II (or equivalent) or higher

64 MB (128 MB recommended)

G3 or greater

Mac OS 10.1 through

10.3: 128 MB

500 MB 500 MB

800 x 600, 16-bit or higher 800 x 600, 16-bit or higher

4x

USB 2.0 full-speed:

Microsoft Windows 98,

2000 Professional, ME,

XP Home, and XP

Professional

PictBridge: using front

camera port

Bluetooth: using optional

HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter

Microsoft Internet

Explorer 5.5 or later

Macintosh minimum

4x

USB 2.0 full-speed: Mac

OS X 10.1 through 10.3

PictBridge: using front

camera port

Bluetooth: using optional

HP Bluetooth wireless printer adapter

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Printer specifications

Category

Connectivity

Image file formats

Margins

Media sizes

Media types

Memory cards

Memory card-supported file formats

Specifications

USB 2.0 full-speed: Microsoft Windows 98, 2000

Professional, ME, XP Home, and XP Professional;

Mac OS X 10.1 through 10.3

JPEG Baseline

TIFF 24-bit RGB uncompressed interleaved

TIFF 24-bit YCbCr uncompressed interleaved

TIFF 24-bit RGB packbits interleaved

TIFF 8-bit gray uncompressed/packbits

TIFF 8-bit palette color uncompressed/packbits

TIFF 1-bit uncompressed/packbits/1D Huffman

Borderless printing: Top 0.0 inch (0.0 mm) ;

Bottom 0.50 inch (12.5 mm); Left/right 0.0 inch (0.0

mm)

Bordered printing: Top 0.16 inch (4 mm); Bottom

0.50 inch (12.5 mm); Left/right 0.16 inch (4 mm)

Photo paper 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm)

Photo paper with tab 4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab

(10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)

Index cards 4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm)

Hagaki cards 3.9 x 5.8 inches (100 x 148 mm)

A6 cards 4.1 x 5.8 inches (105 x 148 mm)

L-size cards 3.5 x 5 inches (90 x 127 mm)

L-size cards with tab 3.5 x 5 inches with 0.5 inch tab (90 x 127 mm with 12.5 mm tab)

Paper (photo)

Cards (index, Hagaki, A6, L-size)

CompactFlash Type I and II

MultiMediaCard

Secure Digital

SmartMedia

Memory Sticks xD-Picture Card

Printing: All supported image and video file formats

Saving: All file formats

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(continued)

Category

Operating temperature

Paper tray

Paper tray capacity

Power consumption

Print cartridge

USB 2.0 full-speed support

Video file formats

Power adapter

Specifications

32–113 degrees F (0–45 degrees C)

[59–95 degrees F (15–35 degrees C) recommended]

One 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) photo paper tray

20 sheets, maximum thickness 11.5 mil (292 µm) per sheet

U.S.

Printing: 12.3 W

Idle: 6.29 W

Off: 4.65 W

International

Printing: 11.4 W

Idle: 5.67 W

Off: 4.08 W

Tri-color (7 ml) HP #95 (North America, Latin

America, Asia Pacific), #135 (Eastern Europe,

Russia, Middle East, Africa, Japan), #343

(Western Europe), #855 (China, India)

Tri-color (14 ml) HP #97 (North America, Latin

America, Asia Pacific), #134 (Eastern Europe,

Russia, Middle East, Africa, Japan), #344

(Western Europe), #857 (China, India)

Gray Photo HP #100 (worldwide)

Microsoft Windows 98, 2000 Professional, ME, XP

Home, and XP Professional

Mac OS X 10.1 through 10.3

HP recommends that the USB cable be less than

10 feet (3 meters) in length

Motion JPEG AVI

Motion JPEG Quicktime

MPEG-1

HP Part # Q3419-60040 (North America), 120 V

HP Part # Q3419-60041 (Rest of world), 100-240 V

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8

HP Customer Care

If you have a problem, follow these steps:

1.

Check the documentation that came with the printer.

Setup Guide: The HP Photosmart 320 series Setup Guide explains how to

set up the printer and print your first photo.

User's Guide: The HP Photosmart 320 series User's Guide is the book you

are reading. This book describes the basic features of the printer, explains how to use the printer without connecting a computer, and contains hardware troubleshooting information.

HP Photosmart Printer Help: The onscreen HP Photosmart Printer Help

describes how to use the printer with a computer and contains software troubleshooting information.

2.

If you are unable to solve the problem using the information in the documentation, visit www.hp.com/support to do the following:

– Access online support pages

– Send HP an e-mail message for answers to your questions

– Connect with an HP technician by using online chat

– Check for software updates

Support options and availability vary by product, country/region, and language.

3.

Contact your local point of purchase. If the printer has a hardware failure, you will be asked to bring the printer to where you purchased it. Service is free during the printer limited warranty period. After the warranty period, you will be quoted a service charge.

4.

If you are unable to solve the problem using the onscreen Help or HP websites, call HP Customer Care using the number for your country/region. For a list of country/region phone numbers, see the following section.

HP Customer Care by phone

While the printer is under warranty, you can obtain free phone support. For more information, see the warranty included in the box, or go to www.hp.com/support to check the duration of your free support.

After the free phone support period, you can obtain help from HP at an additional cost.

Contact your HP dealer or call the support phone number for your country/region for support options.

To receive HP support by phone, call the appropriate support phone number for your location. Standard phone company charges apply.

North America: Call 1-800-HP-INVENT (1-800-474-6836). U.S. phone support is

available in both English and Spanish languages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (days and hours of support may change without notice). This service is free during the warranty period. A fee may apply outside the warranty period.

Note

Customers in Western Europe should go to www.hp.com/support to access phone support numbers in their country/region.

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61 56 45 43

Argentina

Argentina

Australia

800 171

Brasil (dentro da grande São Paulo)

Brasil (fora da grande São Paulo)

Canada

Caribbean

Central America

Chile

Columbia

Costa Rica

Česká republika

Ecuador (Andinatel)

Ecuador (Pacifitel)

2 532 5222

Greece (international)

Greece (in-country)

Greece (Cyprus)

Guatemala

Magyarország

India

Indonesia

(0) 9 830 4848

Jamaica

(54) 11-4778-8380

0-810-555-5520

13 10 47

(11) 3747-7799

0800-157751

(800) 474-6836

1-800-711-2884

1-800-711-2884

800-360-999

(8621) 38814518

01-800-011-4726

0-800-011-4114 +

1-800-711-2884

261 307 310

1-800-711-2884

1-800-225528

+ 30 210 6073603

801 11 22 55 47

800 9 2649

1-800-999-5105

852-2802 4098

1 382 1111

1 600 44 7737

62 (21) 350 3408

0-800-7112884

0570-000511

+81-3-3335-9800

Malaysia

México (Ciudad de México)

México (fuera de

Ciudad de México)

22 404747

New Zealand

Nigeria

Panama

Perú

1588-3003

1800-80-5405

(55)5258-9922

01-800-4726684

0800 441 147

1 3204 999

001-800-7112884

0-800-10111

63 (2) 867-3551

Philippines

Polska

Puerto Rico

Republica Dominicana

România

22 5666 000

1-877-232-0589

1-800-7112884

(21) 315 4442

Russia (Moscow)

Russia (St. Petersburg)

095 797 3520

812 346 7997

800 897 1444

Singapore

Slovakia

South Africa (Intl.)

South Africa (RSA)

Rest Of West Africa

65 6272 5300

2 50222444

+ 27 11 2589301

086 0001030

+ 351 213 17 63 80

(02) 8722-8000

66 (2) 353 9000

Thailand

71 89 12 22

Trinidad & Tobago

Türkiye

Ukraine

800 4520

United States

Venezuela

Viêt Nam

For Bangladesh, Brunei,

Cambodia, Pakistan, and

Sri Lanka

1-800-7112884

(212) 444 7171

(380 44) 490 3520

(800) 474-6836

01-800-4746.8368

84 (8) 823 4530

Fax to:

+65-6275-6707

Placing a call

Call HP Customer Care while you are near the computer and printer. Be prepared to provide the following information:

● Printer model number (located on the front of the printer).

● Printer serial number (located on the bottom of the printer).

● Computer operating system.

● Version of printer driver:

Windows PC: To see the printer driver version, right-click the memory card

icon in the Windows taskbar and select About.

Macintosh: To see the printer driver version, use the Print dialog box.

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● Messages displayed on the printer screen or on the computer monitor.

● Answers to the following questions:

– Has the situation you are calling about happened before? Can you recreate the situation?

– Did you install any new hardware or software on your computer around the time that the situation occurred?

Return to HP repair service

HP will arrange to have your product picked up and delivered to an HP Central Repair

Center. We pay for the round-trip shipping and handling. This service is free for the duration of the hardware warranty period.

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a

Installing the software

The printer comes with optional software you can install on a computer.

Windows users

Important: Do not connect the USB cable until you are prompted.

HP Image Zone software and full printer functionality is installed automatically when you choose the Typical installation of your

HP software.

1.

Insert the HP Photosmart CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive.

2.

Click Next and follow the onscreen instructions. If instructions do not appear, locate the setup.exe file on the

CD-ROM drive and double-click it. Wait several minutes while the files load.

3.

When prompted, connect one end of the

USB cable to the USB port on the back of the printer, and connect the other end to the USB port on your computer.

4.

Follow the onscreen instructions until the installation is finished and your computer restarts. When the Congratulations page appears, click Print a demo page.

Macintosh users

Important: Do not connect the USB cable until you are prompted.

1.

Insert the HP Photosmart CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive.

2.

Double-click the HP Photosmart CD icon.

3.

Double-click the HP Photosmart Install icon. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the printer software.

4.

When prompted, connect one end of the

USB cable to the USB port on the back of the printer, and connect the other end to the USB port on your computer.

5.

Select the printer in the Print dialog box.

If the printer does not appear in the list, click Edit Printer List to add the printer.

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Index

A

accessories 7, 35

aligning print cartridges 16, 33 alignment page 33

automobile adapter 7, 35

B

batteries

charge indicator 5

compartment 6

model 7

black-and-white photos 14

Bluetooth

connecting to printer 29

troubleshooting 42

wireless printer adapter 7

borderless photos

do not print 40

print with borders 44

buttons 5

C

cameras

connecting to printer 29

photos do not print 42

port 4

printing from 25

carrying case

model 7

transporting printer 35

cartridges. See print cartridges cleaning

print cartridge contacts 32

print cartridges 31 printer 31

CompactFlash 17

computer

connecting to printer 29

installing software 55

printing from 3

system requirements 47

control panel 5

Customer Care 51

D

digital cameras. See cameras

Digital Flash 24

documentation, printer 3

E

e-mailing photos 30

error messages 44

F

file formats, supported 18, 48

H

help. See troubleshooting

help, onscreen 3

HP direct-printing digital

cameras 25

HP Instant Share 29, 30

HP iPod

how to print photos from 26

I

ink cartridges. See print cartridges

ink level, checking 6, 16, 32

inserting

memory cards 18

print cartridges 16

J

JPEG file formats 18

L

layout, selecting 24

lights 5

loading paper 14

M

memory cards

inserting 18

photos do not appear 38

printing from 25

removing 19

supported types 17

Memory Sticks 17

menu, printer 8

Microdrive 17

MPEG-1 file format 18

MultiMediaCard 17

O

onscreen Help 3

P

paper

buying and choosing 13

loading 14

maintaining 13, 35

specifications 48

trays 4

troubleshooting 40

photos

e-mailing 30

improving quality 24

index 22

print cartridges, choosing

14

printing 24

saving to computer 29

selecting for print 22

supported file formats 18

viewing 22

PictBridge cameras 25

print cartridges

aligning 33

choosing 14

cleaning 31

cleaning contacts 32

ink level, checking 16 inserting 16 replacing 16

storing 17, 34

testing 32

printer

accessories 7, 35

cleaning 31

connecting 29

documentation 3

error messages 44

menu 8

parts 4

power problems 39

specifications 48

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storing 34

transporting 35

warnings 2

printing

from cameras 25

from computer 3

from memory cards 25

multiple copies 22 multiple photos 22 photo index 22

photos 24 selecting layout 24

test page 32

thumbnails 22

without computer 21

Q

quality

photo paper 35

photos 24

print 25

printing test page 32

troubleshooting 42

R

regulatory notices 59

removing memory cards 19

replacing print cartridges 16

S

saving photos to computer 29

Secure Digital 17

Smart Focus 24

SmartMedia 17

software, installing 55

specifications 47

storing

photo paper 35

print cartridges 17, 34

printer 34

system requirements 47

T

test page 32

thumbnails, printing 22

TIFF file format 18

transporting printer 7, 35

trays, paper 4

troubleshooting

Bluetooth 42

borderless photos 40

buttons do not work 38 cannot find photos 38

Customer Care 51

error messages 44

flashing lights 37

paper problems 40

power problems 39

printer noises 40

quality problems 42

U

USB

connection type 29

port 4

specifications 48

V

video clip

how to print frames from 23

icon on printer screen 6

supported file formats 18,

49

viewing photos 22

X

xD-Picture Card 17

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Regulatory notices

Hewlett-Packard Company

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference, and

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Pursuant to Part 15.21 of the FCC Rules, any changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by Hewlett-

Packard Company may cause harmful interference, and void your authority to operate this equipment. Use of a shielded data cable is required to comply with the Class B limits of Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

For further information, contact: Hewlett-Packard Company, Manager of Corporate Product Regulations, 3000 Hanover

Street, Palo Alto, CA 94304, (650) 857-1501.

Note

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the

FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, can cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

LED indicator statement

The display LEDs meet the requirements of EN 60825-1.

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