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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 17:11


igen en driver jeg ikke kan finde..

når jeg bruger google kommer der mange rusultater men kan ikke finde en der kan tager windows xp sp2

Jeg kan finde:
windows 4NT
Windows 200
Windows 98
Windows 95
¨
Nogen der ved hvor der findes en til windows xp ?

EDIT Driver cd'en tager også højst windows2k

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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 17:45


Kan du ikke bare bruge den til Windows 2000?


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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 17:53


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Oprindeligt indlæg af Zlinky
Kan du ikke bare bruge den til Windows 2000?


det nægter den at installere..
Den siger at der ikke er fundet windows2000 på computeren


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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 18:41


Okay :S

Er det en netværksprinter?


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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 18:43


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Oprindeligt indlæg af Zlinky
Okay :S

Er det en netværksprinter?


ja den skal sidde på netværket..


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mandag, 28. marts 2005, 18:45


Søgte lige efter den på HP's hjemmeside og fandt følgene:

Citeret


Installing the drivers built into Windows XPback to top of page

NOTE: Do not install the software from the CD-ROM that came with the HP all-in-one product. This software was not designed to work with Windows XP and may cause a "Software not supported" error message when the CD-ROM is inserted into the CD-ROM-ROM drive.

#

Verify that the parallel port mode is set to ECP mode in the BIOS of the computer. View HP document Configuring the Parallel Port to Communicate with the All-in-One (bpu08011) or contact the computer manufacturer for assistance with this task. You may not be able to install the all-in-one or the all-in-one may be unable to communicate with the computer if the parallel port is not in ECP mode.
# Set the port settings in Device Manager:

NOTE: Windows may not detect the all-in-one if you do not complete Steps 1 and 2.

1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. This will bring up the System Properties screen.
2. Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
3. Scroll through the devices in the Device Manager and locate the Ports section. Click the plus sign (+) beside it to open a list of available ports.
4. Double-click the parallel port entry for the port that is connected to the all-in-one. This is usually the LPT 1 port. The parallel port Properties screen should open.
5. Click the Port Settings tab.
6. Select Use any interrupt assigned to the port and Enable legacy plug and play detection. Click OK to accept the changes.
7. Close the Device Manager and then click OK to close the System Properties.

# Turn off the computer.
# Connect the parallel cable to the all-in-one and directly into the parallel port on the computer. Do not place any parallel port devices between the all-in-one and the computer.
# Turn on the power and verify that the all-in-one is ready.
# Start the computer. During the start-up process, Windows XP will detect the HP all-in-one and begin to install the drivers.
#

At the Add New Hardware screen, click Next and then select the correct product model. If Windows cannot find drivers for the all-in-one or cannot install the drivers successfully, read the "Windows does not detect the all-in-one or locate the correct drivers" section below.


http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum…1&lang=en&cc=dk


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onsdag, 30. marts 2005, 16:04


Citeret

Oprindeligt indlæg af Zlinky
Søgte lige efter den på HP's hjemmeside og fandt følgene:

Citeret


Installing the drivers built into Windows XPback to top of page

NOTE: Do not install the software from the CD-ROM that came with the HP all-in-one product. This software was not designed to work with Windows XP and may cause a "Software not supported" error message when the CD-ROM is inserted into the CD-ROM-ROM drive.

#

Verify that the parallel port mode is set to ECP mode in the BIOS of the computer. View HP document Configuring the Parallel Port to Communicate with the All-in-One (bpu08011) or contact the computer manufacturer for assistance with this task. You may not be able to install the all-in-one or the all-in-one may be unable to communicate with the computer if the parallel port is not in ECP mode.
# Set the port settings in Device Manager:

NOTE: Windows may not detect the all-in-one if you do not complete Steps 1 and 2.

1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. This will bring up the System Properties screen.
2. Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
3. Scroll through the devices in the Device Manager and locate the Ports section. Click the plus sign (+) beside it to open a list of available ports.
4. Double-click the parallel port entry for the port that is connected to the all-in-one. This is usually the LPT 1 port. The parallel port Properties screen should open.
5. Click the Port Settings tab.
6. Select Use any interrupt assigned to the port and Enable legacy plug and play detection. Click OK to accept the changes.
7. Close the Device Manager and then click OK to close the System Properties.

# Turn off the computer.
# Connect the parallel cable to the all-in-one and directly into the parallel port on the computer. Do not place any parallel port devices between the all-in-one and the computer.
# Turn on the power and verify that the all-in-one is ready.
# Start the computer. During the start-up process, Windows XP will detect the HP all-in-one and begin to install the drivers.
#

At the Add New Hardware screen, click Next and then select the correct product model. If Windows cannot find drivers for the all-in-one or cannot install the drivers successfully, read the "Windows does not detect the all-in-one or locate the correct drivers" section below.


http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum…1&lang=en&cc=dk


syntes ikke jeg kan få det til at virke det der.. :O ..
EDIT Prøver lige igen en gang til..


Men.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/gener…buu01839#N10C2A

Citeret

If the HP all-in-one software is not supported in the operating system, try using an alternate print driver. Installing an alternate print driver requires a parallel connection, and may require the operating system CD-ROM.


Hvad er en alternativ printer driver ?

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onsdag, 30. marts 2005, 21:18


Nahahahahahaj !

Hvad sker der for mig.. :))

Jeg ville lige gøre et forsøg til for at få det på at køre..

Jeg tog parralel stikket ud og satte det i igen..

Hvad ser jeg finder jeg ud af ?

Der er allerede en driver installeret i windows.. :boxed:

Alt det bøvl uden nytte.. :crazyeyes:

/Godnat


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