HP, one of the world's largest technology companies, has found itself in hot water once again with its customers due to a recent firmware update that appears to break some of its own printers. The news was reported by tech publication, Ars Technica, which states that HP's latest update is causing printers to stop accepting third-party ink cartridges and that many customers are now reporting compatibility issues with their printers.

According to Ars Technica, this is not the first time HP has caused such issues with its own firmware updates. Back in 2016, HP caused a similar problem when it added firmware updates that effectively made it more difficult for third-party cartridges to work on HP printers.

While the update may have been designed to improve the security of HP's printers, it is also frustrating users who depend on third-party ink cartridges to save money on printing costs. Users have taken to forums and social media platforms to express their frustration with the company.

HP has since issued a statement regarding the issue, assuring its customers that it is working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. "We are aware that some of our customers may have had difficulty installing third-party ink cartridges after a firmware update was installed," the company said. "We are working on a fix

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