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Printer installation not recognized during boot up of XP Home

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I have a client with a P4 celeron 1.7 Ghz system running XP HOME.  All was fine with her 560C HP printer until I added service pack 1 and current updates to her computer last spring.  Every time the computer is restarted it finds new hardware, and does not like the printer driver.  I have updated the printer dirver with the same results.

She has since purchase a new HP printer, but every time she boots, it tries to re-install, does not like the driver.  Once past this pint the printer works just fine.

Any suggestions
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Here is a post from Microst under the issue of "The New Hardware Wizard May Detect the Printer Device After Every Restart of the Computer"

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;298370
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