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Bought machine "pre-owned" and user software cd was not included

I need the user software cd. I bought the machine "used" and the cd was not included

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Go to;topic=6?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=335&modelid=11147

and down load it

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I ve just bought the HP Officejet 4500, I ve done everything allwright for installation of the machine, but in the last step where i have to install the cd (G510) I cannot make it because the disc is not...

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This is a link to the user manual in case you don't have one:

After I reread your question a couple of times I think what you're saying is the CD is not auto starting in your machine. If this is not the case then open up that user manual and reread please. If this is the case then on your computer go to START, My Computer. Put the Epson CD in your CD/DVD drive. Now on the my computer screen you should see the CD/DVD drive respond with the name of the CD. Click on this icon. This will show you the files on the CD. Click on one that says either Install or Setup. Now your software should begin loading. Good luck

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My avent notebook pc has no cd/dvd player

  1. Use an External Optical Drive (can be bootable)
Required: External optical drive (can be purchased by vendor directly, or cheaper by another vendor like NewEgg)
External optical drives are the easiest way to use CD/DVD media and install software to your Tablet PC. It is however, normally the most expensive. External DVD readers can be had online for less than $100 now days, but you will likely pay over $200 at your local Best Buy or Circuit City.
External drives are very simple; just plug it into an available USB port, and a power outlet if needed and you’re good to go. Your Tablet PC should automatically detect the drive and simply add it to My Computer just like a built in drive. Some drives will even run power through the USB, while this makes them more mobile it eats up your Tablet PC battery faster, if that is a problem other external drives do require a power outlet for use but should not drain your battery.
You can also use an online outlet (such as to purchase an external enclosure for around $20, and then a old-fashioned CD/DVD drive (not writer) for $20 creating a budget oriented $40 fully functional external enclosure.
The one trick with external drives is not all external drives are bootable. Trial and error has revealed it appears the enclosure, not the drive itself, is what determines if it is bootable. This creates the advantage to making your own external drive in that if it is not bootable you can (assuming you can’t return anything) get a new enclosure for around $20 instead of being out the larger amount for a pre-assembled external unit.
> Note: Optical drives that are packaged or sold by your Tablet PC vendor should be bootable unless otherwise specified.
> Note: You want your optical drive to be bootable (and external optical drives are the only bootable method) in the event you have to A) Use your factory restore CD to, restore your tablet to factory settings… or B) Complete an entire re-format. These should be the only times you would need your optical drive to be bootable.
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You will need to use your particular software User-Guide for most of this process. What you do essentially is use software to create an exact copy of the CD in the form of a file (normally a .iso) that has to be read by an optical drive emulator which then can access the CD as if it were being read by a real optical drive. The biggest disadvantage to this method is that CDs can run around 700mbs, DVDs around 4gbs… transferring files of that size, even over fast networks, can be tedious. A benefit however is you can carry important CDs (as files) with you as you go, so for example if you need to install Microsoft Word content to use some feature while your in a meeting, you can do so without having the physical CD with you… This however of course requires heavy disk space since the CD file tends to be around 700mbs.
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The manual for your printer is included on the CD that came with your printer. It is provided in the PDF format, so you will need an Acrobat Reader to use it. This is a very common software package used by hundreds of millions of computer owners. If you do not have the program on your system, you can get the latest version by going to the following web site.

You can also find it using the Kodak AiO Home Center Software by clicking on the help icon. The help icon is the ? symbol near the upper right corner of the Home Center software. Clicking this button will reveal the help section to the right.
The help section is very useful in many ways, and provides links to the user's guide and another section called Guide Me. You can use these links to get more information on how your printer works. Once you have the users guide open you can print the manual out on your new printer if a hardcopy is needed.
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