Question about HP PSC 500 All-In-One Printer
I have a perfectly good HP PSC 500 printer that I want to connect to my laptop. I purchased an adapter cable that has the USB connector on one end and the female connector to match the male end of the HP cable. Why won't my printer work with that adapter? I don't want to have to buy a new printer just to connect to my laptop. HELP!!!!!!
HP has the worst customer support policies known to man. I have a faulty monitor that was 2 months past warranty. Found out that the capacitors on the power board were swollen. Also found out that many people had the same problem. Aside from my hp psc 500, which is a work horse for 10 years now, I would never buy a hp product again. When I called, they gave me the same line of BS. (buy another one) Told them why should I buy another product from you if you wont help me with my current problem.
Anyways, my solution for you would be to use or buy a cheap computer with xp and share that printer on your network. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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