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Solved: HP Deskjet F4100 All-in-One Printer

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by ReZ4life, Aug 26, 2008.

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  1. ReZ4life

    ReZ4life Thread Starter

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    Yes I Have A HP Deskjet F4100 All-In-One Printer & I'm trying To Install It On A Computer With Windows ME.. Is There Anywhere I Can Get A Compatible Driver??
     
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    So Then I Have To Upgrade My OS To XP or Not Use The HP All-In-One??
     
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    That would be my guess from the little diggging I did for you... have you done any for yourself???

    You could always call HP tech support and get it from the horses mouth... or maybe they will tell you the drivers for 2000 will work... or they might have some other workaround
     
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    i Have Searched here & There For Drivers, but nothing found.. I usually search google & find a driver quick, but this time even google didn't help.. I also went to the hp website and no help there, I mite need 2 call them 2 find out..
     
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    Well the link to HP that I posted is quite clear if you looked at it...

    scroll down to where it shows compatible OS's for that model... ME is not included

    good luck
     
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