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OfficeJet 4110 on Windows Small Business Server 2000?

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I am trying to install my OfficeJet 4110 on a system running Small Business Server 2000.  The installer reports that this is an usupported OS.  I checked the readme that comes with the software and it doesn't specifically list SBServer as unsupported, so I am thinking maybe the installer is confused.  Can anyone think of a way to help me get this device to run on this server?

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If the software your trying to install says its not compatable with the OS then the only thing you do is change your OS, or download some patches from the manufacturer's website.  If that doesnt work you might want to look into getting a print server (Could help).
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