Message 2 of And ofcourse after the hours spent, with HP trolling you, you would think you are done. I’m having the same problem So I wouldn’t use the solution even if a team of HP service people came to my house and installed it. Just pointing to a product isn’t considered an answer by current standards because it doesn’t indicate anything about why it’s a good solution or how to accomplish the solution.
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I have just registered with HP with the sole reason of making this ieuinot.inf, and I would just like to say that hp support is rubbish.
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I tried what you suggested, but the executable does not unzip the driver files, it installs some applications and as part of that loads the drivers without telling you where the drivers are.
Thanks for the WinRAR tip. Where can i find them? I think it’s possible to get it working, you just have to create the printer yourself.
This is an ancient post, but please consider expanding the answer. Well I wasn’t too happy either at first.
Printer INF Files
Message 7 of I forget how to get to the below dialog box on XP exactly but it’s where you would find the built-in driver. I can’t imagine why HP makes things so difficult. There is a slim chance, but read the following point.
I’m having the same problem You going to have to search around and find the proper driver for your printer, or maybe a generic one. Did you ever install other HP printer on the same PC? Here is a similar thread, not sure if it is helpful.
I was trying to network the HP printer to be connected to my wife’s HP desktop and my Toshiba lap-top. I cannot find the INF file.
So ieuinit.inff get it to work. Do you happen to know where the driver files are installed? Message 5 of Turned out to be the ideal solution since she wastes too much paper printing every little thing.
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