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h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00256077.pdf - Above is your user manual.
Turn off your HP DeskJet printer. Turn it back on and connect it to your computer using the USB cable.
To reset the INK Counter, see below.
Click open the "Start" menu on your computer. Click on "Control Panel," and double-click "Printer and Faxes."
Locate the icon of your HP DeskJet Printer along with its model number. Right-click this icon and click on "Properties" from the pop-up list.
Click the "Services" tab and select "Service This Device."
Select the "Estimated Ink Level" tab. Click the option "Reset Ink Level." The printer will then show a refreshed ink cartridge level for your printer.
To reset all settings and print test page. see below.
* Press and hold the Power button. * While holding the Power button, press and release the Resume button four (4) times. * Release the Power button. A self-test page will print.
You shouldn't need any software to print to this printer under XP, just let XP find the best or closest match to your printer and install it. It might be a Deskjet 700 or something but it'll work as a printer. The old software was probably for Windows 98.
Use this link: www.hp.com. Click Support & Drivers tab. For step 1, select Download drivers and Software. 2. Enter the product name eg, HP Deskjet 6943. Click Go. Lookup for your model and download its drivers. Good luck