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Just updated HP 1020 thru Windows Update now can't print in IE 9

Posted on 2013-01-09
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Just updated my printer thru the Windows Update request now it won't see it in IE 9. I can't print fine from any other program. IE 9 won't let me select that printer. Its hooked up via USB. Can't see where to uninstall that update.
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Uninstalled printer then reinstalled. Seems to work now. Thanks.
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