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I purchased a HP M537 and my original computer with windows me which was 7 years old and would not support the software, so I purchased a new Dell computer with windows vista, now I just needed a reasonably priced printer etc so I purchased your HP F380 and of course the new system will not support the installation. What to do? Please help, I have the all in one all set up and I don't believe the firm will let me return it?

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Here are links to the software and drivers for Vista:
Choose the driver for the version of Vista you have below.

Printer Drivers and Software:
- 32 Bit Edition: [Driver Page]
- 64 Bit Edition: [Driver Page]

Camera Drivers and Software:
- 32 Bit Edition [Driver Page]
- 64 Bit Edition [Driver Page]

I hope the above links provide the solution to your problem, if not; tell me. I'll be glad to help.

Oh, and please rate this solution if it helped you out.



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