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My HP Solution Center gives me Flash issue (Not Working). My printer is HP Officejet 4500 Wireless.

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HP Pavilion Note 15
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Hi,

HP Solution Center gives me Flash issue (Not Working).

The printer is HP Officejet 4500  Wireless.

The Laptop is HP Pavilion15 Notebook - using Windows 10 64bit-

 

Please send me the link to download HP Solution Center with instructions. 

Should I uninstall the current HP Solution Center ?

 

 

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There is no actual fix for the interface - the old Solution Center, long unsupported, depended on Flash.

Flash is gone and not coming back.

 

OK...

The printer software itself - assuming it is still installed - is very likely still usable.

Leave your printer software installed.

 

For example,

You should still be able to print from applications (Word, for example).

PDF printing is still likely possible using Adobe Reader DC

 

Scan

 

Scanning options are available - several scan programs / applications, in fact, are available for Windows 10.

 

Just one example,

1.  Start Scan using HP Scan executable

 

The exact name of the "HP Scan" executable might be different for one or another printer / software.

 

Example:

 

The old Solution Center Scan software is located in "Digital Imaging"

The name of the scan executable varies.

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\

OR

C:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\

 

Find and Double-Click on scan File name / executable.

 

For example:

 

hpiscnapp.exe 

OR

hpqkygrp.exe

 

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What else?

 

Flash has been permanently disabled as of 12-Jan-2021.

This causes the "startup" menu of the Solution Center to fail when you try to open the software.

 

There are options, both recommended and others that are "not supported" but do work according to those who have used them.

 

For those printers affected by the loss of Flash,

A collection of the recommended options (and examples) are included in this Post:

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Printer-Setup-Software-Drivers/My-printer-sfotware-dont-open/m-p/79605...

 

Message includes a link to the TKB article on the subject.

 

If you do not like the recommended options, do not want to use these, or wish to see more,

Search the Community for "Solution Center" - sort the results by Date - open / read those threads that are of interest to you.

 

Reminder:  The only actual solution is to replace the printer.

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