Answer to: "There is a problem with the printer or ink system"John: OK, so you mean flush the jets. That's right, as already mentioned in detail in my long treatise above. However, as indicated by HP, you are never supposed to use Q-Tips (cotton swabs), as a small part of the fluff could get into the jets and prevent them from working or even do damage.
Answer to: "There is a problem with the printer or ink system"There are a few possible fixes for this. I'm not going to list all the instructions here, but here a few things to try, assuming you've already tried the general reset procedure mentioned above: Here is one of HP's official fix procedures for this problem: HP OfficeJet Printers - Resolving 'Problem with Ink System' Error Below, is a list of some of HP's suggestions from the above link, as well as some procedures which are definitely NOT HP-AUTHORIZED. Some steps involve (minor) risk of damaging the printer if you're not careful, or don't follow instruction carefully. 1. Make sure you're using cartridges that have not dried up/clogged, and that still contain wet ink. I shake them to listen for the liquid inside. 2. Clean the gold electrical contacts on the ink cartridges, and clean the contacts on the printhead, that connect with the ink cartridge . (as per webpage linked above). 3. Inspect the carriage path for obstacles (as per webpage linked above). 4. Clean the printhead/nozzle. If you want to do this the ...
Answer to: Motorola Phone Tool 5.13I haven't seen that around for a while. I believe it's been deprecated instead for newer versions of software. If you can explain what you need to do, I may be able to help. What is it you want to be able to do?