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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP laser jet P1005
I'M SURE YOU'VE PROBLY ALLREADY SEEN THIS BUT IF NOT HERE'S A LINK FOUND IT ON HP'S WEB SIGHT HOPE IT HELPS
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
All HP drivers can be found on www.hp.com and with a few (VERY few) exeptions they're all for free. You didn't state what operating system You have, so I'll give you a link for the download "start page" for Your printer: LJ 1300 download page
Skip the "CD-ROM order page" and go for the "Driver" section. You can chose between three printer driver types, but for "everyday" printing I'd go for the PCL6 driver.
Hopefully this solves Your problem. If not, or you have further questions regarding installing this printer, feel free to ask.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Just downloading the PCL5 driver was not enough for my computer. Maybe it is enough for other users' computers. But in addition to downloading the drivers, i had to also download and install the "HP Laserjet 1320 plug and play print driver solution" at the bottom of the driver list. Save the file to your desktop, double-click it and follow instructions to install, then reboot. Then when I checked my printer list, the HP Laserjet 1320 was there. I printed a test page, and now i am good to go. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
When you installed Win7, did you upgrade or did you do a Clean install? If you performed an upgrade, you may have the problem with older conflicting drivers and services. Read this to see what I mean. http://members.shaw.ca/bsanders/CleanPrinterDrivers.htm
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Go to your network and sharing center. Choose homegroup and sharing options. Change advanced sharing settings. Under your home or work profile, scroll down to file sharing connections. Switch to enable file sharing for devices that use 40 or 56 bit encryption. If that does not work, under password protected sharing, select "turn off password protected sharing". This is not recommended if you use your computer in multiple locations (laptop). I have found that turning all of these features off, running a scan from the printer successfully and then turning them back on, Windows seems to be comfortable allowing the printer to connect to the computer.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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