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I cant install my printer

When i am goin to install my printer by contol panel a table say<;the file "hpfud50.dll" on windows xp cd rom is needed> and i cant install it

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  • andi_34 Feb 02, 2009

    i download it but it dont work

  • andi_34 Feb 02, 2009

    what can i do?

  • andi_34 Feb 02, 2009

    no i

  • andi_34 Feb 02, 2009

    no i have not

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    Try putting your windows XP CD in your CDROM drive

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You can download that dll file here

http://www.driverskit.com/dll/hpfud50.dll/979.html

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Posted on Feb 02, 2009

  • fgainer
    fgainer Feb 02, 2009

    do you have a Windows CD?

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Option (1)
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You are facing terrible problem with that error message.. However we can try to fix it. There are few methods you can do..

Solution 1.

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