You can use drivers developed for Windows 98 with limited success on Windows XP though. Message 2 of And ofcourse after the hours spent, with HP trolling you, you would think you are done. This is an old parallel port printer. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Did you ever find the autorun.
I also can’t find “hpzimc KMC 7 18 Message 2 of I’m having the same problem Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Message 5 of You can use drivers developed for Windows 98 with limited success on Windows XP though. Post as a guest Name.
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Thanks for the WinRAR tip. Then you can find the driver inf inside the extracted folder. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. ieiinit.inf
I had used double driver, but it doesn’t show the printer driver. You going to have to search around and find the proper driver for your printer, or maybe a generic one. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Nothing more nothing less. I’m getting an error message that says “hpzimc Message 4 of 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. Good guidance on recommending software here. Message 3 of Ieiunit.inf and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Your plan of ripping the driver from your current machine and installing it into windows XP is flawed, and will likely just waste time you could spend finding the proper driver.
Please give your customers the chance to pick the software they want and not fill up the pc iehinit.inf trash. I have just registered with HP with the sole reason of making this post, and Ieuinti.inf would just like to say that hp support is rubbish. Sign up using Facebook. There is a slim chance, but read the following point.
I do not have the disk, no EXE, cannot download from vendor site.
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I can’t imagine why HP makes things so difficult. So couldn’t get it to work.
Microsoft will pick up the tradition with some Ieuinit.in x86 Medea ntprint. And ofcourse after the hours spent, with HP trolling you, you would think you are done.
Email Required, but never shown. I think it’s possible to get it working, you just have to create the printer yourself.