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HP Deskjet 520 drivers Win95

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Can someone tell me were i can find HP Deskjet drivers for Windows 95 ?
Not at the HP site as far as i know.

Thanks in advance !

TeRReF
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by:terminus
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Well ... in fact they are available on HP's website, though not very easy to find, so here is the exact address to connect to :

http://www.hp.com/cpso-support/deskjet/
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by:TeRReF
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The only drivers I find there, are Windows 3.x drivers....:(
Or am I blind ?

TeRReF
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by:JBURGHARDT
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go to printer choose add printer then local choose hp then 520 printer  
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by:jrhelgeson
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If you have the windows 95 installation CD, go into the
\drivers\printr\hp5xx directory.  You will find the diver there for all the HP 5xx series color printers.

Good Luck
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TeRReF...
I will post the exacr URL, when you reject that answer.
Regards
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TeRReF...
Disregard my comment I misread the model number, I must be tired (thought it was 820)
Regards
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by:TeRReF
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Greetings to you all !

JBURGHARDT : Of course, your proposed answer, was the first step i took in order to install the 520. Although there was quite a list of 5xx drivers; the 520 drivers were absent in my version of W95. Strange is'nt it ?

JRHELGESON : The only subs i find in the \drivers\printer dir. are \DEC, \Lexmark, \Lpt, \Tektronx. No \HP dir. in site :)

MAGIGRAF : Okay, thanks for your help anyway...

Thanks,
TeRReF.

PS. Maybe  i'll find them in one of drivers.cab's. I'll check it out...
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ngpudding earned 20 total points
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There are a few sites out there like,
http://www.wsources.com
http://www.download.com
http://www.32bit.com
http://www.tucows.com
http://www.hotfiles.com
http://www.zdnet.com

Try out the first 2 sites, I've found most of my driver updates to my hardware there.
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TeRReF...
Which version of WIN95 do you have??
Regards
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by:JBURGHARDT
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Do you have windows95 on cd or floppy disks I have my on floppy disks and windows95 shows drivers  for your printer and because hp knows that drivers are with windows95 you can't find them on they website
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by:jrhelgeson
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If you do not have that directory on your cd, you must have an older version of win95.
Win95a, Win95b both have the HP Drivers.  There should be an HTML file in the \drivers directory that will tell you what drivers are inside that directory.

Joel
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by:TeRReF
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Sorry it took a while...

indeed you're right, i've found them at the hotfiles site...

THANKS A LOT !

TeRReF
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