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Hp laserjet 2200dn not loading on windows7

Hp laserjet 2200dn not loading on windows7

(OP)
Could someone please tell me which of these options I should use to load to get my hp laserjet2200dn printer to work on my wondows7 64bit pc please.
The HP site says it no longer supports this printer but it is an oldie but a goodie.

I do so much appreciate the help I get from this network of experts. Thank you
1 - HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 x64 5.2.5.9108
1 Feb 2011 15.9 56K: 38m
512K: 4m
   
2 - HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript X64 5.2.5.9108
1 Feb 2011 16.6 56K: 40m
512K: 4m
   
3 - HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL5 x64 5.2.5.9108
1 Feb 2011 15.5 56K: 37m
512K: 4m    

 

RE: Hp laserjet 2200dn not loading on windows7

If you plan on printing ordinary worksheets form applications like Ms Office the PCL 6 driver will do just fine.

If you use older templates that were created with or contains PCL specific commands, go for the PCL 5 driver due to compatibility issues.

Lastly if you print a lot of complex (long/multiple copy) jobs, PDF documents or mostly graphics go for the PS, PostScript driver as it will take advantage of your computers hardware to prepare the job for the printer.

There is no limits to whether you can install several of the drivers in combinations to fit your needs.

  

RE: Hp laserjet 2200dn not loading on windows7

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Thank you sooooooo much

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