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Photosmart 1115 with 2000 & NT4.0

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We bought a Photosmart 1115 and hooked it up to a PC running Windows 2000. Any other PC's that are running Windows 2000 can print fine over the network, but the PC's with NT4.0 cannot. It says on the HP web site that NT4.0 in not supported, but I don't understand why. The 1115 is exactly like the NT compatable 1215 except it doesn't have the IR receiver.
Does anyone know how to make this work with NT over the network?
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