I have an HP 1120C that has worked problem free for several years. I'm running Windows XP. A few days ago I had a power glitch in the midst of a print job, which shut the printer down. When I restarted it, it was printing jibberish (symbols and unrecognizable letters). I shut the system down, unplugged the printer and restarted the system. Everything came back to normal except, now when I print an image in black and white (photos etc) instead of a smooth greyscale picture I get a greyscale image covered with small dots (like the old newspaper photos). The print quality has always been set on "good", which it still is. The dots still appear even when I set the print quality to "best". I've tried reloading the driver and that didn't change anything. Any ideas how I can get back to my previous print quality and get rid of the "dots"? Thanks.