Question about HP PSC 1350v All-In-One InkJet Printer
OK, sorry to hear about your trouble with the All-N-1
If your are looking for the software needed for your unit, you can find them at HP.com
If you have the All-N-1 hooked up, you will need to disconnect it while installing the program.
Later, as the program loads, it will ask you to power on unit and plug in USB connection.
The entire process may take as long as 20 minutes from start to finish.
P.S. if you have a 1350, your load will be for a 1300 series unit.
If you are using XP, or VISTA, make sure you a installing the correct driver.
Hope this information has been of help to you.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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