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m_ardron
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Win7x64 drivers for Laserjet P3005n

I have a Laserjet P3005n which is connected via a printserver on our network. Windows 7 cannot detect drivers on the network, so I downloaded the HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 x64 (for windows 7). I attempt to install the drivers manually but the computer responds saying no appropriate drivers have been found. I have since attempted to manually install the other two Win7x64 drivers (PCL5 and PS) with the same result. I have tried to set it up on another Win7x64 machine with the same results.

 

Do these drivers work? Is there anything else that needs to be done to get them to work?

 

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junkm
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Re: Win7x64 drivers for Laserjet P3005n

I have the same problem with HP laser jet CM1312MFP, HP support offer 3 drivers for win7 x64,

PCL6 X64,        PCL5  X64,      PostScript

I don't know wich one to install???????????????

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Bob_Headrick
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Re: Win7x64 drivers for Laserjet P3005n

 


junkm wrote:

I have the same problem with HP laser jet CM1312MFP, HP support offer 3 drivers for win7 x64,

PCL6 X64,        PCL5  X64,      PostScript

I don't know wich one to install???????????????


 

The HP page here suggests  "This document describes the process for choosing the best printer driver for your LaserJet printer and operating system. More than one driver can be used with a single printer, although most users need to select just one printer driver -- normally the PCL 6 driver for Windows and the Mac PS driver for Macintosh."


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