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6310 all-in one

Keeps losing connection I have replaced all cords going to it. I have replaced the printed its self 3 times in the last month the same problem keeps coming back afer a few days of operation.

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If by "losing connection" you mean it keeps saying it found new hardware or wants to reinstall itself, this has been a common issue with Windows Vista and newer products.

First step is to check hp.com for an update. On most units, there is a patch to get rid of this issue. If you have no luck with that, try reinstalling the software package.

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Sounds like you have troubleshot all of the physical connections. Have your replaced/updated the driver? Go to HP's support website and see if there's an updated driver for your printer and operating system, i.e., mac, vista, xp, etc. My printer came with two discs and I accidently installed the wrong driver. I had similar problems. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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