Depleted cartridge error HP officejet pro 8600 plus

I received an error magenta ink level low, I replace the cartridge and received the error "depleted cartridge must be replaced to resume printing", thinking  the placement cartridge might be defective I replace with another new cartridge and still gettin the same error

Hi @Terese2, and welcome to the HP Forums! 
I see you have replaced your magenta  cartridge and you continue to receive a depleted cartridge message. 
Let's perform a hard reset. To do so, leave the printer on and unplug the power cable for 1 minute. While it is unplugged, hold down the power button on the printer for 10-15 seconds to release any built up power, then after the minute has passed, plug the printer back in.
Please also ensure you have the latest firmware version for the printer; OJP8600_N911g-n_R1435A.exe
If the issue persists, let me know and we can proceed from there. Thanks.
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    2. Under the Wireless information you should see your IP address
    3. Open up your internet browser on your Mac computer and in the website address bar just type in your IP address. Please do not include www.
    4. After you enter your IP address in the website bar go to that website
    5. If the website for your printer opens than that proves with 100% certainty that your printer and computer are 'talking' to each other on your wireless network. If the website fails to open than you have a network communication issue with your router.
    If the website fails to open please powercycle your network again:
    How to Properly Powercycle a Network:
    First, unplug the power cable to your Router
    Once your Router is unplugged, turn off your printer
    Next, shut down your computer
    After 30 seconds to 1 minutes, plug your Router back in
    Next, turn on your printer
    Turn on the computer
    After a few moments check on your computer and ensure that the internet is working. Once it is, hit the wireless button again on the printer to see if your printer got a new IP address. Using the IP address enter it in the address bar of your internet browser and now see if the website for the printer opens.
    If the website for the printer opens successfully please follow the steps below:
    Step 1: Uninstall Drivers and Software:
    From the computer desktop, double-click the Macintosh HD, and then click Applications.
    Click the Hewlett-Packard folder.
    Double-click the HP Uninstaller, and then click Continue.
    Select the product to uninstall, and then click Uninstall.
    When prompted, type the Administrator name and Password, and then click OK.
    From the Macintosh HD menu, click Users.
    Click the correct user name.
    Click Library.
    Click Preferences.
    Click and hold the cursor on the first file that starts with "HP," and then drag the file to the Trash icon on the taskbar. Complete this step for each file that starts with "HP."
    Close out of Preferences.
    Click the Trash icon on the taskbar, click the Empty button, and then click OK to empty the trash.
    Step 2: Verify and Repair your Disk Permissions on the Mac:
    Open Macintosh HD and go to Applications
    Go to the Utilities Folder
    Open the Disk Utility
    Select the Hard Drive volume you are using (usually on the left)
    Select Verify Disk Permissions
    Once that process is done, select Repair Disk Permissions
    Step 3: Check for Apple Updates:
    Go to Apple
    Select System Preferences
    Select Software Update
    Click Update Now
    Install your available updates
    Restart your computer
    Step 4: Reinstall your Software and Drivers:
    1. Please click the following link to download the appropriate Mac OS X 10.9 drivers for your printer: Mac: HP Officejet Pro 8600 series Full Feature Software and Drivers
    2. Once downloaded, run through the step by step screens to reinstall your network printer
    3. Once the printer is reinstalled, attempt a print and a scan!
    Please let me know if these steps resolved your issue. Thanks for reaching out to the HP Support Forums. Good luck!
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