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3rd slot unknown

It doesn`t matter which driver version from the CD I use, my computer (based on Win2000) do not accept the 3rd (additional) slot. Do I have to install a special driver for this version of the printer? HP doesn`t provide anything like that. Thank you very much for your help...

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No, the printers automatically should know when a tray is added, if not then add it by going to File, Print, right click on your printer, go to properties Device settings and add it there.

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