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Windows 7 Pro x64 and Hp design Jet 500

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I have a PC with Windows 7 x64.  I ahve installed every driver I can find but still can not get my hp designjet 500 42" to print.  Everytime I send a job it just shows:

61:05

Error processing job.  Flushing job

I have updated the firmware to no avail.

Any thoughts??

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Have you tried the Vista Driver?

Also, almost all drivers are available through Windows Update. Uninstall all drivers that you have used and unplug the printer. Once you plug the printer back in Win 7 should go out and find the driver for you and install it. If it cannot find the driver, I would try Vista Drivers.
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It looks to me that both options work.

Thanks all!!
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