[SOLVED] printer driver

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jssch

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I am using a Hewlett Packard Deskjet 722C

I have it hooked to my desktop at work.

I want to hook my laptop to it as well.

I cannot seem to find a place to get the correct driver.

Any ideas?
 

jssch

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IT WORKED !!! Thanks.

Was weird, when I restarted windows after installing it said "Windows could not locate a driver for this device"

But then I ran a test and it printed fine.... which is all I care about !

Thanks Again
 

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Good one Debe :)

I'll mark this one solved, but do a restart on the computer to be sure you're still ok........
 
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Yesterday I was linked to you from the Hewlit Packard website. Numerous sources for a driver for the HP Deskjet 722c and the 720series printers were listed. However I first needed to register. I did so and now find only an incident reference from 2002, what a difference a day makes!
 
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This printer was moved to my son's home after an upgrade here. He has no internet access ( 11 year old twin boys ) but they do some mailings and the like. My load CD was lost. What is needed is a driver download copy to CD here to me. I can then go to his place to finish the installation of this old workhorse (printer). The printer listings of drivers in MSWindows had a gap on their PC. Does this explain my delima?
 
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