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what kind of autorun.inf??? a virus or an application that are automatically runs in start up?? like yahoo,skype,nero,antivirus,printer,etc.. pls state it..
if virus you can try to run an anti-virus software... bt im guessing that you have a recycler virus...as my experience i've tried almost all anti virus software to remove it, but i always fail..i recommend format is better action...
Not sure if you are using the Add printer in Windows to install printer software or letting the CD autorun and self-install.
Best thing might be to start clean. That is, delete the printer icon from the printer list (Printers and Faxes screen). Then go to Control panel Add/ Remove programs and remove all applications relating the HP all-in-one. Disconnect the Printer cable (USB or LAN) and then re-intall CD setup.
Follow the prompts and connect the printer back when asked. Wait until the full install is complete.
You can get your Scanner back in action if you got the Drivers, to install your Hardware.
You can download the Driver for your Model Here
Download it, Install it, and after that plug-in your Scanner, it will then be detected and installed.