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I have a Hewlett Packard computer and am trying to set up as we have moved. I cannot find the manual/cd to see installation instructions. Can you help?

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No, and the setup instructions change over time so I have to say that's a bit of a messed-up question.  Why do you need to 'set up' the thing again?  Just go into the control panel and tell it about the new FAX settings if you need to use FAX....   Otherwise, go get some books on computer OS (linux, hurd, bluebottle, windows, bsd, something from OSNews.com)  and pick one to install on the computer if you want to make a fresh start.

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