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Installation is not currently supported for Windows 2000

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Hello,

 I have an HP PSC 500 connected to my main computer.  I would like to network with my kids' computer.  I went to install it using the install cd and I receive a message that says, "Installation is not currently supported for Windows 2000.  Please check your documentation for instructions.  OK"  My computer has Win 98.  The kids' computer runs WinXP.  

Don't I need to install the printer on their computer in order to share it between the two computers?  If so, how do I do so.  I cannot even begin to figure out where my printer's manual is.

Please help.
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By the way, the computers are connected by way of a cable router.

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