Problem installing canon mp610 on my hp dv6113tx laptop running windows xp
I am not able to get a canon mp610 to install on my hp dv6113tx laptop running windows xp why? Have tried to load drivers from the disk, downloading from site, have diabled firewall and virus software. I think its a virtual USB printing problem but I don't know how to fix that. Check this Canon site said to try on my desktop (running xp) it worked so they don't want to help anymore, hp help said it is out of warranty (by 2 months) but I have extended warranty with an external provider so they have ditched me. Anyone know of a conflict between these items?
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If it worked on your desktop, it means that the printer is not faulty. could be issues on your laptop. have you tried plugging it into a different USB port on your laptop? try all the ports, one of them should work. if not, then there may be something wrong with the way you are installing the printer driver to your laptop. double check if you're doing everything correctly by following on-screen instructions carefully
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Things You'll Need
Windows XP installation CD
Last Known Good Configuration
1Restart your HP computer after the blue screen shuts it down.
2 Repeatedly tap "F8" when the HP logo screen appears during bootup. This will load a menu with various boot options to select.
3 Use the arrow keys to select "Last Known Good Configuration" and press "Enter." The system will roll back recent changes and may fix the problem. Continue to the next step if the computer does not successfully boot.
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4 Insert the Windows XP installation CD into your HP computer's disc drive.
5 Restart the computer.
6 Press any key on your keyboard when you see "Press any key to boot from CD..." This will launch the Windows Setup program.
7 Press "Enter" to begin the installation process.
8 Press "F8" to agree to the Windows XP licensing agreement.
9 Highlight your current installation of Windows XP and press "R" to perform a repair installation.
10 Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the repair installation. Your personal data and applications will remain intact, but all Windows updates and service packs will be removed during this process.
Tips & Warnings
Back up your data before running a repair installation on your HP computer.
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Yes you should be able to install Windows XP on this computer system. However Windows XP Professional 64bit edition will be better as you will be running 4GB of RAM. If you use 32bit version it can only make use of 3.85GB of the 4GB installed.
The hard disk from the laptop has died - something to be expected on a laptop this old.
Extremely easy to fix - just buy a new hard disk, put it in the laptop and install whatever version of Windows you like.
You need to download the drivers from the Compaq/HP WEB support/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the XP Windows version of the drivers you require and install them. Use this link to download the drivers http://h18000.www1.hp.com/cpq-country/cpq_support.html
yes. you can change vista os to window xp. but before the installation make sure does hp provide the driver all of those which your are going to use. for the driver detail log on www.hp.com. once you make sure about the drivers , then arrange the XP bootable cd . and now try to install xp on your system.
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