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You can visit hp.com and type in the product name of your computer and you will get options on the drivers. click download and you will the drivers...whether network or graphics drivers. After downloading you can install them to your computer and see whether they are compatible.
Posted on Jan 31, 2013
Ok. The following method may or may not work for you. Please remember that only HP can provide correct drivers. Any other unofficial workarounds may work for some configurations and fail for some. this procedure helped a few users to install their HP 1000 on Win 7 32 bit only (sorry no 64 bit support).
If you find that this procedure did not help you, the only other way would be to purchase a new Laserjet or perform a dual boot with Win XP.
Note that you only have basic print functionality (if it is that is) unlike the advanced features in a full printer driver. Remember to tell others if the solution worked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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