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Everytime I switch on my desktop running and start the HP PSC 1410, it will print a test page. I have recently installed the hplip driver (the latest one on the hplip website) and the driver installed correctly.

I dont know what pp-build=no is, but it was mentioned somewhere that it should be =yes. please suggest what to do to stop this test page printing everytime. I have tried putting the test page on scanner and scanned a couple of times to align the cartridges but that won't work.

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Apparently this is not specific to Ubuntu.

It seems that page will keep printing until you complete the alignment test. It seems to be an involved procedure. See this example: http://www.fixya.com/support/t141507-hp_psc_1410v

I would suggest carefully reading the printer documentation, perhaps call/contact HP to get assistance.

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