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Need a Windows XP - PostScript Driver for a HP LaserJet 2000 Printer

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I need to find a Post Script driver for a laserjet 2000 HP printer.  I have gone to HP's site but they don't list a driver for Win XP or Win 2000.  I also looked a some other sites as well, (eg. - www.driverguide.com) but to no avail.  If anyone knows where I might get this driver you help would be GREATLY appreciated.

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Kevin - ChesterfieldFire
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HP 2000 series Printer use PCL6 drivers and only do post script emulation thus there are no drivers written for that model for postscript.
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thanks!!
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