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get the HP Deskjet 1000 j110 printer to work in Windows XP 64

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by TbyteOne, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. TbyteOne

    TbyteOne Thread Starter

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    Is there any way or any work around to get the HP Deskjet 1000 j110 printer to work in Windows XP 64? HP says the j110 is not supported for xp 64 but I was wondering if anyone had messed with this and figured a way with some other drivers or some way to make it work in the os xp-64?
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  2. Oddba11

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    If HP doesn't have the drivers, then you aren't likely to find a "work around". I've seen drivers hacked to correct problems or enable features, but I've not seen drivers created for non supported hardware.
     
  3. TbyteOne

    TbyteOne Thread Starter

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    ok, not the answer i wanted but the one I expected.
     
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    According to its support and software site, it has a full-feature software driver package for Windows Vista(64-bit) and Windows 7(64-bit), but not for Windows XP(64-bit). :(

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