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I bought an hp 1512 printer for a Bosch EPS 205 test stand. It uses Windows XP as an operating system. I'm trying to install the printer but it will not without Net Framework. The hard drive only has 500mb free (not enough for framework) and the machine isn't connected to a network (or internet). Is it possible to install just the printer drivers?

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Hi there Ragnaar, welcome to the forums!

 

My best suggestion to you would be to plug in a USB cable from the printer to your computer and see if that works alone to print from your printer. If not, try going to Start, Control Panel, Printers and Faxes, and Add a Printer from there. That should work if it will work.

 

Have a great day!:)

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