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With that, you need to install the printer into your windows 7 computer and windows vista computer. Even though the printer is installed into your windows xp computer wirelessly and set up as shared printer, you still need to install it on to your other computer because you need to install the driver and other printer's software to maximize the features.
Since the printer is already connected, you just need to run the appropriate installation package, the one that's compatible with your Operating System, and install it via Wireless or via Network. For the correct installation package. You can download it from the hp website and check the Support and Driver's section.
It is possible to clean the lenses and mirrors (with care not to scratch the surface silvered mirros AND not to disturb eany of the optical components)
There's quite a bit of dismantling to do to get to the laser unit, but if you work methodically (and remember to double check everything when you are 'rebuilding' the printer) it is certainly possible.
This is a common problem and also appens with HP Color Laserjet 1600, 2600, 2605, CM1017, and Canon LBP5000.