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Subject: Re: Setting up home network to print? Date: 4/24/2014 10:28 AM
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<If the Windows 7 computer is 64bit, you may need to use the universal drivers if the XP machines are 32 bit. This is on top of what has already been suggested.
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I forgot to add that once all the computers can connect to the computer with the printer attached you may need to use the universal print drivers. >

You are right.
The Windows 7 computer is 64bit and the XP machines are 32 bit.

I have the original printer driver disc. It didn't work when I tried to install it on the Win7 machine. I downloaded the Win7 driver from HP and that worked.

Where would I find a "universal driver?" I didn't see that on the HP Laserjet 1200 web site.

Thanks,
Wendy
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