All pages print on one page

For some odd reason anytime we print to an HP 1300 printer it prints all pages onto the same 1st page so that we have overlapping text.  Tried deleting the printers from the print serverlocation on the WinXP PC.  The printer is a network printer so when we reconnect it pulls the driver from the server and installs it locally.  


Page 1 has:


Page 2 has:


Prints this on one page:


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This happened to me a couple times with HP printers.
The solution that works for the the most is change the drivers. If you are using PCL 6 drivers, go to PCL 5 drivers. If you are using the newest drivers from HP, try the ones on the CD and vice versa.

Hope that helps.

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In your printer properties go to Advance tab then remove tick from
Enable Characterstics advance printing.

hope this solve ur problem.
kaparaAuthor Commented:
Upgraded from PCL5e to PCL6.  Fixed the issue.
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