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HP Officejet 6110 All-in-One Printer support

Resolving Slow Printing or Copying

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The all-in-one starts printing immediately when a document is printed or copied but prints very slowly, even when Fast mode is selected. The information in this document applies to the following all-in-one products:
  • HP PSC 2170 series
  • HP PSC 2200 series
  • HP Officejet 6100 series
NOTE: This document does not cover problems that can occur in Windows 98 and Me where the all-in-one prints correctly after the computer is started but printing tasks sent later do not begin printing immediately or print after a long time has passed. For a solution to this problem, see HP document Microsoft® Windows 98 and Me: Printing Does not Begin When the Print Icon is Clicked (bpu00731).

Resolving the problem

HP has created a firmware update that will correct this and other problems. The specific problem corrected by the firmware update will be listed on the download page.
NOTE: Before installing the patch, the all-in-one software must be installed and the all-in-one must be connected, turned on and ready for another task.
Follow the steps below to download and install the patch:
  1. Use the Support and Drivers Web page to locate the driver download Web page for your all-in-one.
  2. Select your Windows version from the listed versions.
  3. On the driver download page for your Windows version, locate the Firmware section and click the listed Firmware update.
  4. Review the information on the Firmware Update Web page and then select the option to download the file.
  5. Click Save to save the file to the computer.
  6. A Save As window will appear. Select Desktop in the Save in box, and then click Save.
  7. After the download is complete, close any running programs and verify that the all-in-one is connected to the computer and the power is turned on.
  8. Double-click the downloaded file on the Windows Desktop to install the update.
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