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Printer\digital image\skin\hp1 skin.xml. download

Unable to download missing file to my d drive as it is missing

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From the HP Solution Center the following error message appears about scanning: Parsing error in file C:\ProgramFiles\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqscloc\1033.xml

1) Go to C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin\ and check how many folders are there for HPQSCLOC .If there are only one folder for HPQSCLOC in that case don't touch the folder.

2) Go to command prompt




TYPE THERE- "regsvr32 /u hpqscloc.dll"

We may get an error in vista which says module failed to load

Follow Step 3

3) Open cmd prompt

Go to C:\

Type there

"regsvr32 hpqscloc.dll on"

4) Download and install


Download and install


Try to scan

Or else follow step 5

5) Uninstall the imaging device and the solution centre

6) Download msicuu2 from

Run the windows cleanup utility

Delete AIO Scan from it


Then type CD programfiles\hp\digital imaging\bin

8) Type regsvr32 /u hpqscloc.dll

try scanning and check if it works or not

if not follow another step

9) Tried to uninstall the software

10) then install the software back

It will scan fine

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When I try to open the HP Solution Center I get the error message: Parsing error in file c:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqsdoc\1033.xml

This message is because Microsoft XML services are having a problem.Here is what you could do to fix.
Step 1: Uninstall All-in-One software
Step 2: Restart the computer
Step 3: Install the Windows installer 3.0

Step 4: Download and install MSXML
Step 5: Reinstall All-in-One software

Hope this helps

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C:\Program Files\HP\Digital

This file soov1skin.xml is missing or corrupt. A reinstall may fix it. It should be on the install DVD

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HP Solution Center

When you click on the icon it is trying to open an xml file which is like a web page. The parsing error means there is an error in the page. I think the best way to cure this problem is to go to and put in the model number of your computer and download new drivers for your printer. You should also uninstall any current drivers you have from control panel's add and remove programs.

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Cannoy access HP Director. Error message: -

Uninstall the HP software:
Control Panel
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Select HP


Re-install the software.
Access HP Director.

Sep 11, 2009 | HP PSC 1315 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Hpc20155.xml is needed. i don't know why this happened. i can't use my printer HP LaserJet P2015.


You have to end a .inf file from Microsoft to get it to work. Open up c:\windows\inf\oem16.inf in your favorite text editor. Search for "hpc20155.xml" and you will find this section:
;hp LaserJet 2015 files
Change hpc20155.xml,,,0x0000002 to hpc2015.xml,,,0x00000020 (take out the last 5 in hpc20155.xml). Save it and go back to add a new printer in windows. This should fix the problem.
There is one thing to add, however: the name of the oem inf file might be slightly different on different computers. Easiest way to find it is to go to Start –> Search –> Files and Folders; Set your search location to C:\Windows\Inf, and enter “hpc20155.xml” in the field labeled "”A word or phrase in the file”. If you get multiple results, you’ll have to check them one by one; just follow the rest of the bjones’ walkthrough from that point on.


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Hi, when I want to open scaner in hp office jet6213 I recieve this message "selektskin-error" (the file c:program fileshpdigital imageskinsoov1skin.xmldose not exist) What should I do?

The 'missing' file exists, but is in the wrong folder. This problem is known to HP. Here is the solution:
# Open Windows Explorer.
# Click the + sign next to Local Disk (C:).
# Click the + sign next to Program Files .
# Click the + sign next to HP or Hewlett Packard .
# Click the + sign next to Digital Imaging .
# Click the + sign next to Skins .
# Make sure there are only two folders; one named hp1 and one named 00v1 . If there are any variations to the folder name, or extra folders, delete them.
# If there are not any extra folders, check the contents of the folder and make sure they are correct.

1. Look inside the hp1 folder; it should contain sixteen icons (including folders).
2. Look inside the 00v1 folder it should also contain sixteen icons (including folders).

What you will probably discover is that the skin files in the 00v1 folder are all or partially missing. Copy all the files in the hp1 folder to the 00v1 folder, and be sure skin.xml is one of these files. And if there are any other folders in that subdirectory delete them, and if the 00v1 folder is missing, create it.

You can go to the following site for a deeper discussion of this error message:

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EVERY TIME I use my scanner ie scrips errors involving - file:///C:/Program%20Files/HP/Digital%20Imaging/Skins/hp1/sc/scan.htm comes up

Hi I encountered a similiar problem with my HP PSC 2310 printer recently. "file:///C:/Program%20Files/HP/Digital%20Imaging/Skins/hp1/sc/scan.htm". Following are the soultions provided by HP team. Solved mine using solution #1. Hope this is of help :)

Solution 1:
1. Double-click on 'My Computer' icon on the desktop.
2. Double-click on C:
3. Double-click on 'Program Files'.
4. Double-click on 'HP' folder.
5. Double-click on 'Digital Imaging' folder.
6. Double-click on 'Skins' folder.
7. Locate and double-click on 'hp1' folder.
8. Locate, right-click on 'skins.xml' file and select 'Copy'.
9. Click on the 'Back' arrow to go to the 'Skins' folder.
10. Double-click on 'hp2' or 'oov1' folder.
11. In the folder, right-click on any blank space and select 'Paste'.
12. Now restart your computer and check the functionality.
If the issue still persists, please follow solution 2.

Solution 2:
1. Insert the All-in-one software CD in your computer and cancel any installation screen that may appear.
2. Double-click on 'My Computer' icon.
3. Right-click on the CD-ROM drive that contains the software CD and select 'Open'.
4. Double-click on the 'Setup' folder.
5. Double-click on the 'SkinsHP' folder.
6. Right-click on the file 'SkinsHP1.MSI' file and select 'Install'.
7. Again right-click on the file 'SkinsHP1.MSI' file and select 'Repair'.
8. Restart the computer and check the functionality.

Solution 3: Uninstall and reinstall of the software.
1. Insert the CD that came along with the printer.
2. In the CD contents, you will be able to view a folder named "UTIL".
3. Inside the UTIL folder there will be a folder named "CCC".
4. In the CCC folder, among the various files, you will be able to view four files named, Uninstall_L1.bat, Uninstall_L2.bat, Uninstall_L3.bat and Uninstall_L4.bat.
5. First double click on Uninstall_L1.bat file. A black DOS window will open up. This will uninstall the software by Level 1 method. It will take a while until Level 1 uninstallation is complete.
6. Similarly complete level 4 uninstallation by clicking on Uninstall_L2.bat, Uninstall_L3.bat and then in Uninstall_L4.bat.
7. This completes level 4 uninstallation of the software.
8. Now install the software from the CD and check if the issue is resolved.


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