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Old 03-27-2004, 08:17 PM   #1
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HP All in One Printer Scanner Copier 1210 Install

I need to know how to install the HP all in one PSC 1210.

I have tried:

CUPS (localhost:631)
Red Hat Printing Manager
Different USB ports

When I tried CUPS it picked up the Serial Number of my printer, but didn't print anything. So I know the USB (most noobs call it UBS at work) ports on my PC work.

I tried all that, is there anything else I could do to fix it

I also went to HP's site and downloaded the driver from there and tried to install. I need to print my resume for an interview on Monday, so I really need some help.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks for helping out.

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