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Windows 7: HP OfficeJet

21 Jun 2010   #1
HP officejet

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HP OfficeJet

HP has no driver for OfficeJet t45 all-in-one. Anyone know where I might go to find one for W7 - 64bit?

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22 Jun 2010   #2

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Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1

It looks like HP stopped making drivers for that printer at XP. I doubt you will find a 3rd party W7 driver for that particular printer.

You can try and install the driver in Compatibility Mode. Right click the driver package's .exe installation download/file and choose Properties > Compatibility Tab. Make your selections, then run the file using the "Run as Administrator" option.

W7 may also have a generic printer driver for that printer that it will install automatically, but it may not allow all or some of the all-in-one features to work.
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22 Jun 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

I would suggest that you purchase a new all in one printer, as that one you have there is pretty old. When choosing one, look for a printer that has the individual ink cartridges (black, blue, red, yellow), this way you save a lot of money when replacing the cartridges. You will only have to replace the one that is out. Not like the combo ink cartridge. If you run out of blue and still have red and yellow you just waste whats left in there. I'm partial to HP printers myself.
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22 Jun 2010   #4
The Howling Wolves

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

I have an old HP Deskjet 6122 that is still working like it came out of the box. Love it dearly!
I went to and got 3 black and 2 tricolor for about 60+$.
I also have a Canon all-in-one Mp830 with the individual color cartridges. The tanks are small so they don't last very long but cheaper that HP.
Printers are really cheap but its the ink that can run up the bucks.
I do everything in draft default then go to high quality if everything looks ok.
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