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  1. CrystalDPoe33

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    I have just been given a hp photosmart c4795 printer and am looking into another desktop since the old one I have doesn't support the printer. I have been trying to find out if a hp elite c2d 3.0 with windows 10 will support my printer before I purchase it. I haven't been able to find answers anywhere.
     
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    Hi CrystalDPoe33, and welcome to TSG.

    What operating system is running on your current desktop computer and does it have any USB ports? According to the HP support site, there are C4795 drivers available for Windows XP through Windows 10.

    https://support.hp.com/ph-en/driver...l-in-one-printer-series/3794613/model/3940571

    The HP Elite C2D 3.0 with windows 10 has USB ports and so should be able to connect to the C4795 with a suitable length USB 2.0 cable.
     
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    I have windows Xp on a hp pavilion 514x. I tried everything I could find on the hp support site and nothing works. Frankly need an update anyway so am looking into the elite.
     
  4. plodr

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    Is XP 32 bit or 64 bit? There are drivers for both XP.

    Did you go to the link posted and download the driver?

    HPdriver.jpg
     
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