If your HP Printer suddenly started printing in green instead of black then, it might be because you have low ink levels in your Printer’s other cartridges besides yellow and blue color. Thus, to assure yourself about the same, what you need to do is check the Printer Ink levels using the following four-simple steps on your Windows 8 and above versions—
- Step 1: Press Windows Logo to open its search bar and there, type in ‘Devices and Printers.
- Step 2: Then, simply click on the same that would appear as an option in front of you.
- Step 3: After that, click-right on your printer’s icon and select the ‘Properties’ option.
- Step 4: Inside properties, click on ‘Color Controls’ option and doing so, the ink levels of your printer will appear in the status area of Devices and Printers. If ink level is low, adjust them immediately to get rid of the given problem.
Along with the same, you can also check for the Print settings as well as the Ink Cartridge settings to make sure that everything is fine with the settings. If not, correct them accordingly. However, if you’re not really sure to adjust your HP Printer’s settings then, simply download the ‘HP Print and Scan Doctor’ tool from the official site of HP for your device (be it Mac or Windows) to deal with such common printing and scanning issues of your HP Printer.
This HP Print Doctor tool works in a very simple way as all you have to do is first, install it using the on-screen instructions and then, have to run the same by choosing your HP Printer with which you’re encountering the issue. That’s it! HP Print and Scan Doctor tool will then automatically scan the problem and fix it accordingly.