|23 Feb 2010||#1|
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Driver will not install even though digitally signed
I am having trouble installing my HP Laserjet 6L on my system. Auto-Install will not recognize so I use add a printer and have updated my list. I pick it off the list and it claims it is not digitally signed even though it says right under the list that it is. I have also tried disabling the signing requirement in CMD and it didn't do anything. PDRV Generator will not produce an .inf either. I have also tried downloading the legacy drivers from the Microsoft Catalogue and unzipped it so that I can use the "Have Disk" feature. It locates the .inf from Microsoft on my desktop, but claims there is no file in the containing folder with driver instructions.
I would greatly appreciate suggestions or alternative solutions.
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