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My computer didn't recognize the printer, after a new harddrive was put in

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i have just connected a new hard drive to the computer, when the computer had recognizing the mouse, keyboard it didn't recognize the printer.
my printer is 18 inches long, 7 inches wide and 6 inches high which uses # 28 and 27 ink cartridge.

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