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if your question refers to service pack 3 it is that lastest upgrades to the original operating system
for example win xp came out as win xp
later on in it's life a service pack 1 then 2 and finally a service pack 3 was issued where by all the updates were in a pack so that if you had win xp disc and installed it , then you could install service pack 3 and the operating system was up to date
xp is now no longer supported by microsoft and is rapidly falling out of service
win 7 is now up to service pack 1 ( last time I looked ) but with the large amounts of installing up dates , it may be around pack 2
.with the release of win 10 , win 7 will be no longer supported after a period of time
win xp is 10 years out of date so you have lost the driver for the printer by the upgrade
If you go to the hp web site there may be still a down load for your model printer that is compatible to win xp
if so select that and down load it
run the down load when asked
AS win xp , win 7 are both out of date and no longer supported by Microsoft you should consider installing win 10
time to up grade from win xp as the system is 10 years out of date and Microsoft drivers for items is no longer working
if you get on the web site of the manufacturer of the network adaptor , there may be a down load for that model that is compatible with win xp system