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Disappearing printer driver for hp all in one

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by taniabiddle, Oct 10, 2007.

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  1. taniabiddle

    taniabiddle Thread Starter

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    I have an hp deskjet 62... all in one and the drivers keep disappearing. :( Any solutions?

    Thanks.

    Tania
     
  2. cwconrad

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    right click my computer icon on your desktop and go into your Hardware device manager.
    click the + sign by the printer icon so the driver shows right below . Right click and hit uninstall.
    reboot.
    Windows will reinstall generic driver.
    go to www.HP.com and go to software / driver downloads. It may be under support.
    Download the newest driver for your system. HPs printer drivers are bundled with it's software for the all in one printer.
    Install Software.
    Done!
     
  3. taniabiddle

    taniabiddle Thread Starter

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    Yes - I have done that quite a few times and it will still disppear now and then - frustrating.

    Thanks:confused: :
     
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  5. taniabiddle

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    Many thanks - I'll see if that works.
     
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