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5652 and Vista - duplex print not working

This printer not working on LPT cable, i connect it USB, duplex print on this driver not working.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    install printer as plug and play

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    install plug and play printer

  • gear4all Dec 07, 2008

    Had the same problem, fix supplied by Bob Headrick solved the issue.



    After activating the duplex option duplex printing did not work correctly (rotated even pages).

    After the fix the rotation dissapeared and output is as expected.



    Good stuff!!!

  • siddharth kanojia
    siddharth kanojia Feb 23, 2009

    I had the same problem. Solution of Bob Headrick worked perfectly for my HP Deskjet 5652 duplex printer. Thanks for the help

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In Vista the default s the duplexer is "not installed". Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, Printers, double-click on the Deskjet, Printers, Properties, Device Settings and set the duplexer to "Installed".

If the duplexer prints the back side upside down in Vista once it is enabled you can get a patch as described here.

Regards,
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I installed in Vista the drivers for HP 990c. All my problems were solved, black printing, colored and duplex. Everything is working fine.

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I want driver DeskJet 5652

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