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Re: drivers reinstall frequently
Just give your system a restore ponit by clicking on start menu, go to all programms, click on accesories, under accessories click on system options under that go to system restore and restore your system to the date you install the printer. then re install the printer again
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I maybe able to help your Model HP C4280I have put a driver for you on my website for you to download this is for XP not sure if it will do for vista but if your sistem is Windows Xp then you in luck this will do for you.
Click link to download.
Click Link= http://www.4all2sell.com/driver/HP-Photosmart-C4280-XP.exe
When you do the download Save it to your desktop so you can easy find it, then just click on it to run the software and follow the instructions. I will be getting the other drivers soon for Windows 7 and Vista Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one All The Best: Pineworks
I know that it sounds simple. But have you turned the printer off and back on. I have had a LOT of HPs start printing jibberish, and turning them off and back on is the only thing to fix.
I know it sounds like an obvious thing to try, and I don't mean to insult anyone's intelligence. But you'd be surprised how many people don't try that. They reinstall their driver, and reboot their computer, but never turn the printer off and back on.
I have a customer with Windows XP and the same issue. Told him to unplug the printer cable when starting the computer and/or restarting it. Wait until all auto-start programs have loaded, including and specifically the HP Monitoring Utility program. Once Windows is up and he's at the desktop, THEN plug the printer cable into the computer. He's been doing that for several days now with no duplicate printers installed.
try downloading the software from the HP website and then reinstall the printer. But also try to uninstall it using control panel add/remove programs, restart your computer, and then reinstall using the downloaded driver.