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HP 5400 Install Hang

I'm trying to install my HP 5400 on my new Dell XPS system (XP OS). I'm using the Setup.exe on the install CD. It hangs up at this point:
> Current Progress: Installing Additional Software. 0.7 KBps
> Overall Progress: Installing (Step 3/4) 94%
It has "stopped" at this point in three different tries.
"Stopped/hung" for ~2 hours, ~10 hours and ~14 hours respectively.
In each case the TaskManager says this application is still "running."
In each case, I used Task Manager to EndTask.

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Had same problem with HP 110 Plus (plotter).

Found a previous install of a HP FAX left MANY bogus entries on the registry, I wipe them clean and now all ok.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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