I have a HP 1510 and it works fine on my old hp desktop.
It never has worked with my toshiba laptop. It seems to be
a port problem, however, my usb ports are okay. I have a
wireless mouse and it works with all my usb ports. Has anyone ran into this problem.
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Re: HP 1510 all in one
You need to delete all instances of your printer. Uninstall ALL HP software. Go to:
and download the newest drivers and the printer should install.
Remember every update changes the OS drivers need to be kept updated to assure your machine runs.
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Several times, I've had issues installing USB devices on Dells. The problem seems to involve the fact that Dell has trouble recognizing the ports as USB2. It'll recognize devices, but not all devices, and not all devices will work properly.
I know this doesn't exactly solve your problem, but I thought this tid-bit might bring you a little closer to a solution.
I understand your concern, the cause for this problem is you are trying to install the cartidges which belongs to different zone. This is due to regionalization of the cartridges. As you have bought the printer from UK you should get the cartridges from that zone only.
Click here to know which zone UK belongs and which cartridge is compatible with your printer. From the link you can find UK belongs to zone 2 and New zealand belongs to zone 1. So return the uncompatible cartridges and replace it with zone 2 cartridges.