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Solved: Installation of HP Officejet 6210 Problems

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by SingforHim, Jul 10, 2006.

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  1. SingforHim

    SingforHim Thread Starter

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    Hi you guys - you have always come through for me - I am hoping someone can help me this time. We have just purchased a HP Officejet 6210 All-in-One. I uninstalled my previous HP PSC 2210, and when I inserted the disk, everything was fine...until it told me I had 0MB of disk space and I needed 780 MB. As a matter of fact....I have provided for you what it reads..."OUT OF DISK SPACE - Disk space required for the installation exceeds available disk space. We found a previous version of the HP Software in. (and yes, the period comes directly after the word "in") There is not enough space on this drive to install the software for your HP All-in-One Series. Please cancel this install and free up space on the drive by deleting files or uninstalling other programs."

    Then it tells me that I have 0MB Available, and 780 MB Required. My only option is to cancel. I am not sure what disk space it is referring to, because I have 40.9 GB available on my C drive.

    Can someone please enlighten me a bit? Thank you so much for your help, if you can help me.

    Joyce
     
  2. colmaca

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    First open my computer and right click on c:drive then properities, it should give you a pie graph and tell you how much free space you have.
    Then you can use the diskclean up in that window if you don't have any space left.
    Other ways to make more space below.
    open control panel and go to add and remove programs, look for things you no longer use or want, uninstall .
    In control panel open internet options and delete cookies and delete files.
    That should make some space if you have run out.
     
  3. SingforHim

    SingforHim Thread Starter

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    Thank you Colmaca for your reply - however, I have already done the disk clean up and everything else you have suggested. As far as the disk space I have - I have 41.9GB on my C Drive.
     
  4. SingforHim

    SingforHim Thread Starter

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    I figured it out - I had to reinstall the old printer, and have the new printer program delete it itself. Thanks!
     
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