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03-19-2013 04:21 AM
However, given that HP is *still* promising "a driver update will be available in early 2013," a nice pair of Ugg boots would work just as well as a P1005 plugged into a Windows 8 computer. At least I could wear them to the store when I buy a compatible printer.
03-23-2013 05:14 PM
I try Like this to solve this porblem :
1. On Printer and Plug USB Device
2. Go to Device Manager, and Uninstall Printer
3. Restart PC
4. Install Driver >> http://www.4shared.com/file/Q3irqkMW/ljP1000_P1500-HB-pnp-win64-en.html
5. Follow instruction to install new Driver
6. On Printer and Plug in USB to PC Port
From my PC it's work well now, so I can print using HP P1005 on my Windows 8, here My Control Panel view (have to Icon that sown HP 1005 avaiable) I try to not set HP 1005 Printer set as default printer (maybe cause the problem):robotlol:
04-12-2013 05:07 AM - last edited on 04-20-2013 06:42 AM by OrnahP
Yeah, the solution proposed is neither effective nor lasting. Small surprise: we need a Windows 8 driver.
This is a great opportunity for HP to acknowledge the gap in their service, apologize for the onerous delay, write the required driver and offer every owner of a p1005 a discount on their next HP peripheral.
Otherwise, affected users might like to consider their legal options. Six months of "please wait just a moment" amounts to nothing less than fraud: it's a classic bait-and-switch, it's not fair to competitors who *do* update their drivers, and it's maliciously misinformative to the consumer.
05-02-2013 10:08 AM
laserjet p1005 not working under Windows 8 (W7 driver in compatibility mode stopped working after 2 days) no since october 2012 promised driver available
Please: write our complaints using "feedback" link here
directly to HP.
Or: write please directly to HP facebook page
05-26-2013 08:34 PM
I downloaded and installed the Host-based Plug-and-play Windows 8 support recently issued. Printing stops with an undefined error after five pages of a document. Download and install was repeated, with the same result.
Is there any way I can cancel the document, so as to try the support on another document?
Is there any way I can isolate the error? At present, all I have is a printer stop, with the error light flashing, and no message.
After six months waiting for a driver, I expect something better than this from HP.
06-02-2013 08:10 AM
Actually it's simple guys, I just don't install any driver, first think like this :
A. Uninstall existing HP Printer, plug in printer, and new printer detected
B. Try to print, if no work, just double click file : ljP1000_P1500-HB-pnp-win64-en
Someday when you face with print can't work, (during printer connected and ON), just doible click that file (ljP1000_P1500-HB-pnp-win64-en) and it will work at all.
It's happen to me (Windows 8 with HP Printer LaserJet P1005), I don't now if can't work with you.