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If you connect your hp printer to the computer, it should install the basic drivers available from the Internet, which hopefully will be automatic. If it doesn't install automatically, then you'll have to manually download the correct driver for the hp deskjet d4260 inkjet printer.
In most cases, the printer will be connected physically with a usb cable. One end goes to the back of the printer, and the other goes to the back of the PC.
Make sure that you have the installation disk that pertains to VIsta and if not, obtain the proper software from the support site for your printer model.
Also, the link below is for DiskCheck, a free utility that will let you examine the entire installation disk; my experience with HP supplied CDs & DVDs really stinks.
In one instance, it took one original set of 8 and two additional new sets to gain one set of 8 readable disks.