I probably paid too much for them ($49 US after rebates plus free 13x19 paper-50 sheets and selling the ink on Ebay). Those Canon rebates were amazing! I do feel lucky to have an extra + a couple of heads. Maybe they will outlast me.
I have a Pro 100 that's 6 years old and working great. I'm not a high volume printer, but print regularly (the printer is never idle over a few days, often print an invoice, etc.). I have refilled with Precision Color inks from day one. What can I expect for the life of the printer and the life...
I've used the previous Precision Color inks for several years in my Canon Pro 100 with zero problems. When I switch to SE inks, can I simply add ink to the empty
cartridges that were using the older inks? Seems that I have read that it's OK, but I can't find the post.
I don't care if the colors...
I turned updates back on (from paused). Then I reinstalled the offending update (KB500802). It was back to printing images with the huge gaps.
Then I installed the KB5001649 update and everything seems to be normal again.
Here's a screenshot of the update (there is a long list for different...
I deleted this update (Windows 10 KB5000802 (March) update) as suggested by Peter.
I assume this new update that you mentioned will be included with the next one Microsoft automatically sends out? So I don't need to do anything at this point, since my printer is now working OK?