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  1. mcseguy9

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    Hey all, I bought a wireless print server and have found that I need to have the actual drivers for the printer in order to use the wireless print server. Normally this wouldn't be a problem, but I have an HP OfficeJet 6200 series all-in-one printer and I can't actually find just the drivers. I have the setup CD and believe it or not I can't find the drivers alone on that CD. I tried looking for them on HP's web site and all they offer is a DL of the setup CD. I searched the web but couldn't find them. I went to driverguide.com and couldn't find them there, either. Does anyone here know where I can find them or know of a way I can extract them from the setup CD? If not I will simply return the print server, but I'd rather not go that route unless it's necessary. Let me know what you think.
     
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    I'll give it a try, however the file size indicates to me that it might very well be the "install suite" like I have on the CD. I'll let you know.
     
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    The install suite is usually about 400M in size
    i recently found this for a HP series at work - cant remember the models numbers but all-in-1

    driver for all-in one printer/scanner was about 30m
    but the full application with HP director was 400+
     
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