Can't install hp 5610--disc comes up that it won't work on xp
I have installed this printer on another computer and it worked. now it refuses because it says that i have xp and need to update it. one more frustration with people who think that computers and their workings are in existence for the fun of perfecting the computer technology. really most of us use them TO PRODUCE A PRODUCT. i see them like a hammer: it works the same time each time; completes its function; if they change the way a hammer works, they explain it. computers are not an end but a means
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I have window XP proffetional installed on my pc, installed the HP 5610 all in one drivers, but my scan option is not working it gives me the error that '' no scan options, refer todevice documentation to troubleshooting'' but the copy and print as well as fax option are workin fine. please healp.
You can recive fax .
start>steeting>printers and Fax> Setup Fax.You need windows XP CD for this Fax installation.IF manufacturer given software u r not need to install again.Just review the fax configuration by rigt click on fax icon then go to properties.
IF it helps pls RATE ME
In this case, there's no mystery as to the cause of the problem. You will be unable to use this printer with your operating system because there are no existing print drivers that work with 64 bit Vista. Your printer will work with Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, but not with Vista at all.
You have only two options...use a different HP printer that will work with Vista, or get a PC that has one of the supported operating systems on it and connect your current printer to that PC.
Sorry. I know this isn't the answer you were looking for, but that's the best I can do until the proper drivers become available.