I recently had windows XP Pro installed on my 5000 pc but now my PC won't recognize my HP-PSC 500. Is this a driver problem...where could the driver be found to correct this situation? Thank you. Don Neiman-Pa
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Use another computer and goto the Hp support site and download the drivers for your computer and burn them to a disk. iNSERT DISK IN YOURS AND INSTALL DRIVERS,YOU CAN THEN GO ONLINE AND GET ANY OTHER DRIVERS FROM HP YA NEED AND DOWNLOAD DIRECTLY TO YOUR PC.......
You can find it here, if the desired operating system doesn't have drivers to download then it's because the operating system already includes the drivers... for example Windows XP already comes with 6L pro drivers included. If your having trouble in XP you might want to try downloading the drivers for windows 2000.
yes it is very much compitable and will work with windows XP. just connect your printer to the pc and it will automatically get installed as windows xp has a inbuilt loaded driver for hp psc 700.
Here is a link to the HP website where you can download the correct drivers for your operating system. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?lc=en&cc=au&dlc=en&product=79499&os=228& Just select your operating system, XP, Vista, Etc. and click on the link, then click on the link to download the most recent drivers for you printer. After download, run the set up and install your printer. You may not want to hook up your usb cable for the printer until instructed to do so within the setup as it may not recognize the printer and cause set up to fail if plugged in before set up is executed.