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HP Deskjet 5652 and Vista

I would like to connect my new laptop with Vista to my network printer Deskjet 5652, which is connected to a XP server. I think the problem is that the Vista driver (embedded) is very rudimentary, the XP driver is very advanced. Result, for many programs the printing does not work, for a few yes. The printer feeds a sheet, but does not print. Any work-around this problem?

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  • pergust Apr 03, 2008

    Need a vista driver for hp deskjet 5652 to get color and picture prints. Where can I found that?

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    i have same problem.please help HP people

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