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HP psc 1350 installation problem.



 
 
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Old March 23rd 07, 08:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default HP psc 1350 installation problem.

Hello,

I hope this is the right group for my question.

Has someone succeeded in fully install the software/hardware
for the HP psc 1350 All-in-One printer ?

The printer works. Thus, Vista recognizes the printer.

I can scan a document using any (?)
graphics software..

But in the course of install the software fails to detect a printer.
Similarly, adding a printer afterwards is not possible.
I cannot choose the scan mode (text, gfraphics, etc); OCR
is not available and I cannot configure the printer's scam nutton
to launch the HP software. All this works flawlessly under
WinXP.

Thanks.


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Old April 13th 10, 07:28 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
dipso[_2_]
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Default HP psc 1350 installation problem.


FG;123503 Wrote:
Hello,

I hope this is the right group for my question.

Has someone succeeded in fully install the software/hardware
for the HP psc 1350 All-in-One printer ?

The printer works. Thus, Vista recognizes the printer.

I can scan a document using any (?)
graphics software..

But in the course of install the software fails to detect a printer.
Similarly, adding a printer afterwards is not possible.
I cannot choose the scan mode (text, gfraphics, etc); OCR
is not available and I cannot configure the printer's scam nutton
to launch the HP software. All this works flawlessly under
WinXP.

Thanks.


Hi,
Hp 'psc 1350' (http://tinyurl.com/yclmzlg) full software and driver
download
Good Luck


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dipso
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Old April 13th 10, 07:28 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
dipso[_2_]
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Default HP psc 1350 installation problem.


FG;123503 Wrote:
Hello,

I hope this is the right group for my question.

Has someone succeeded in fully install the software/hardware
for the HP psc 1350 All-in-One printer ?

The printer works. Thus, Vista recognizes the printer.

I can scan a document using any (?)
graphics software..

But in the course of install the software fails to detect a printer.
Similarly, adding a printer afterwards is not possible.
I cannot choose the scan mode (text, gfraphics, etc); OCR
is not available and I cannot configure the printer's scam nutton
to launch the HP software. All this works flawlessly under
WinXP.

Thanks.


Hi,
Hp 'psc 1350' (http://tinyurl.com/yclmzlg) full software and driver
download
Good Luck


--
dipso
Posted via http://www.vistaheads.com

 




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