How to find drivers for HP printer

Discussion in 'Printer Drivers' started by mornings11, Aug 6, 2010.

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    mornings11

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    Take HP Officeje 6000 Wireless printer for example.
    If you just purchased a new retail version of the HP Officeje 6000 Wireless printer, it likely came with a compact disc with the drivers installed. But, if for some reason, you've lost it or picked up the Officejet 6000 Wireless Printer used and without the drivers, this post will tell you where to find the correct drivers.

    Most computer hardware peripheral product drivers can be found directly on the manufacturer's website. So check HP® - Laptops, Desktop, Printers, Servers, and more out.
    First, Click "support and drivers" on the top of the page near the center. Next, choose the "download drivers and software (and firmware)" option and click on that dot. Then, type "Officejet 6000 Wireless" where it says "Enter a product name/number" and click "go". After that, a list of most of the current computer operating systems (including Windows xp, Windows Vista, and the new Windows 7) will be on the screen. Find and click on your operating system if you know what operating system you have. Finally, choose English language and the driver you want on a list of printer drivers. Pay attention to where it is saved to so that it won’t be hard to find the file and go through installation.

    As a matter of fact, the problem of not knowing what operating system we are running offer occurs during this process. So, here is some advice.
    On your Windows PC, click the "start" menu on the bottom left corner of your computer screen. Next, choose "Control Panel". If your view is in the "category view", click on "performance and maintenance". Then, click "system" and your system properties should pop up. Finally, click on the "General" tab at the top of the window. Your operating system should be listed on the top where it reads "System". If you view your control panel in the "classic view", just choose the "system" icon and the identical information will appear.

    So, do you have it all installed? How's your new printer working? Hopefully, you're in the midst of a printing frenzy. If you're having any trouble in finding a correct hp driver, feel free to contact HP technical support. In the USA, you can call them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-HP invent. When you call, have your printer's Serial Number (S/N), product name, model number, and a description of what's wrong.

    Thank you for reading this and hope it’s helpful to you.
     
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    Thanks for sharing helpful information i really need it.
     
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    thanks for the helpful share. it's great.
     
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    Printer drivers are included in the installation CD provided by the printer manufacturer. In case you do not have the installation CD, do not worry since there are still ways to install printer drivers in your computer without the CD. You can browse through Internet for the printer driver. To check whether the printer and computer are compatible you just need to visit the website of the printer manufacturer. You can search for printer’s driver in that website and download it.
     
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    Not meaning to retread what's been discussed here - I've gone through a lot of printers and a lot of operating systems over the last 10 years... if you don't have your original installation CD, start your search on the manufacturer's website. There are lots of "driver sites" which (unfortunately) do well in Google's results that will waste your time and expose you to all sorts of spammy nonsense just to sell ad impressions.
     
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