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Wont print from computer will print from labtop

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  • George Bill
    George Bill May 11, 2010

    is it an hp, and please clarify your question , as it seems to have been cut off in mid stream

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Make sure you have the appropriate drivers installed. Visit the manufacturer's website, find the model of your printer, and download and install the drivers. They may also be on the disk that came with your printer.

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