HP2575v backup mode

My color cartridge is bad and I want to print in backup mode.

I can't enter this mode, I get either 'insert the left dropout color print cartridge"when no cartridge is installed, or 'remove and check color cartridge" where cratridge is the printer.

Research on the Internet indicates I can get the printer in backup mode to print B & W or grayscale, but I can't see anyway to get there.

How I really enter backup mode?

Nothing I have seen on internet searches and web sites HP I can get there.

I refuse to spend money on an ink cartridge new only to find the printer is bad.

Once more, how can I get HP2575v backup printing mode?

Not every printer with cartridges of part consisting of the cartridge and the black print head three colors have the ability to print reserve mode. If we took the color cartridge and tried to print without him, and that the printer has not reacted or given an error message. He is not one of the printers that have this capability. This is the way which those that tests if the printer is able to backup/reserve mode printing.

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