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Delete the HP 122 incompatible cartridge error

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The HP 122 cartridges both black and tricolor ink are really popular in Latin America, it is worth to say that these cartridges are only meant to be use in this region.

We have published this post trying to clarify the real secret of these HP 122 cartridges and we have provided information on how to refill both the HP 122 black ink cartridge and the HP 122 tricolor ink cartridge it is possible that when refilling these cartridges the printer indicates one of the following errors: “Cartridge with problems,” “incompatible cartridge” or “no cartridge or damaged cartridge” it depends on the type of printer you are using.
As said before these messages used to be shown when the cartridges are refilled, and they do it many times, and as also said before it is not exactly what is really happening with the cartridges.

We surfed the net looking for a possible solution in this case and we had gotten one procedure we have tried and it has perfectly worked.

We will also post a procedure by default that works too and that can be used after having refill the cartridges three or four times.

Note that these cartridges are compatible with the HP DeskJet 1000, 1050, 1055, 2000, 2050, 3000, 3050, 3050A printers marketed in all Latin America.

Try to mock the counting system of the printer pages

When talking about trying to mock the counting system of the printer pages, it means to confuse the printer regarding to the cartridge being emptied.

As you know modern printers bring integrated a pages counter that indicates when cartridge is emptied to the printer based on the quantity of pages printed.

So when refilling a cartridge is because this one has been completely emptied and the printer stays with this information stored in its memory and unless you change the cartridge it will continue indicating that is using an empty cartridge, it could be that the refilling of the cartridge works but also it could not and then you start seeing incompatibility errors we will show you a procedure that will confuse the printer regarding the quantity of pages printed.

Procedure to reset the error

With your printer on proceed to go to the printer setups, to get there you have to enter in printer devices located in the start menu of your computer.

When reaching the printers menu right click on the printer icon, and select the “printer properties” option.

When you identify the cartridges that is giving problems, remove it from the printer, and close the cover that gives access to the ink cartridges.

"with just one cartridge inside the printer, the one working well"  leave the cartridge with problems out of the printer.

Now to proceed to go to  "printer properties" as said before, when in this menu what you have to do is to click on the “maintenance” "and after that click on “make cleaning of injectors" when the printer starts the cleaning of the injectors right before it ends open the cover giving access to the cartridges, remember you have to interrupt the printing process and open the lateral lid that gives access to the cartridges and place the cartridge that was previously indicating an incompatibility error.

It is possible to find that the printer is indicating the same error again, in this case you will have to perform the process again, until it works.

In case any of these procedures work you will have to try to solve this problem by cleaning the connector of the cartridge and cleaning the connectors of the printer where the cartridge connects.
clean the conector of ink cartridges
clean the conector of ink cartridges
To do so it is recommended to check if the printer has ink waste, in case it is so clean the connectors with a napkin or a piece of fabric wet with alcohol until they are shining and place the cartridges inside the printer again, if the printer continues indicating this error you will have to change the cartridge for a new one.

You can see the complete procedure next I place the cartridges in the printer and it flashes.


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