i have an old HP 6360 computer and an HP 5 printer that i use for printing financial statements and envelopes. i am still using lotus's symphony in dos for the f/s and office 97 for the envelopes. my os win 98 became corrupted and i had to start over with another hard drive. i was able to install the old drive as a slave and obtain the files and software copied to the new hard drive. the system is up and running and i can print envelopes in windows w/ the office 97 from the templates that i retrieved. symphony files and f/s runs fine and i can retrieve all files but i can't print the files on the HP 5 printer. the "printer driver not loaded" error. i have the original 3 1/2 diskettes that came with the printer and have attempted to load the drivers numerous times and followed the directions as best i can and have 2 large manuals for symphony that i have had since 1984. this is a complicated program for an accountant but not a programmer i guess. i don't how the drivers are loaded to the program in dos and how it works. the printer drivers are supposed to go to a file called "lotus" . i don't know whether the program has to be on the root directory along with the "lotus" file and loaded when dos boots etc. i don't understand how it works and at my memory is not 100% from something that was done that long ago. this machine is a stand alone as is not hooked to the internet. basic office tasks only but it still has a function. thanks.