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ZarateEdu
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printers

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HP Deskjet 1220C
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello,

I need some help!

I was working, for several years with my HP Deskjet 1220C and it was perfect. Very good printer!

Some days ago, I formatted my “C” disk and I installed the same Windows operating system that I had before. I am surprised that now I can’ not install my printer back… Windows said that does not have the DRIVERS.

I try to get them from HP WEB SITE, but I could not find them.   

I try to get them from WINDOWS  SITE, but I could not find them either.

Can someone help me to install again my HP Deskjet 1220C? I will appreciate a lot.

Thanks

Edu Zarate

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Hi,

Thanks for using the HP Forums.

 

Follow these steps (Blue Dot) to get the IN-OS drivers for your printer.

 

  1. Go to Devices and Printers > Add a printer 

 Add a printer 1.jpg

 

  1. Select "Add a local printer"

 Add a printer 2.jpg

 

  1. Use an existing port 

 Add a printer 3.jpg

 

  1.  Click on "Windows Update"  (may take a while to update) and then "HP"

 Add a printer 4.jpg

 

  1.  Scroll until you find your printer model.

 Add a printer 5a 1220C.jpg

 

  1. Click "Next" and walk through the rest of the steps to install your printer.

 

Do let us know if that helps.

 

Thanks.



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