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The computer does not recoginize the ini file

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  • cboyd8 Aug 08, 2009

    Thanks for the help. I decided to download the cd on my laptop and it gave error messages but I can print, scan and fax using the laptop. The desktop I have had just about as long as the hp printer, scanner and fax. The idea of trying different driver sounds good I just haven't tried it yet. I can print, fax just no scan so the quickest has been to use the laptop when I have to scan. THANKS SO MUCH!

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Ah - looking into it further, hp are saying that the only way you can get functionality is to install the deskjet 550 driver....this is the driver that most of Hp's printers are designed on. Another suggestion (and this one is a bit involved) is if you really dont want to get rid of the printer is to use virtual pc and install xp and then connect the printer to the virtual machine....then you can use the original install discs.

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.INI files are plain-text files that contain configuration information. These files are used by Windows and Windows-based applications to save information about your preferences and operating environment. "INI" stands for initialization.
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  2. Type the path to your Office XP administrative installation point, and then click Next. The wizard searches the specified network share for a Setup.ini file.
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