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Student
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Windows 8 drivers for HP LaserJet M1120 Multifunction Printer series

Where are they? or is there going to be? Website told that they are ready at Feb, 2013..

 

regards, Artsi

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Re: Windows 8 drivers for HP LaserJet M1120 Multifunction Printer series

You can find the windows 8 drivers on the m1120 printer series home page located here:

 

m1120 printer series home page - choose OS - 32 or 64 bit

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Re: Windows 8 drivers for HP LaserJet M1120 Multifunction Printer series

Dear all, 

 

I have an 'old' but well wokring LJ M1120MFP laser jet and it prints well. However, I changed my laptop and now I am working on Windows 8.1. It occurs that Windows 8.1 does not regognize the 1120 as a scanner, only as a printer.

I have tried all solutions proposed by HP (software update, vuescan etc...) , but none of them are able to let my 1120 work as a scanner. It seems that my laptop or the HP install software does not regognize the printer itself. And also that I don't understand, because the HP support page regognizes the printer, only when I install the software it says that there is no printer installed. Does anyone can help me, I don't wish to scrap my dear 1120 yet. Thanks a lot, Arjen Peetoom, Tulppack, The Netherlands

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