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Drivers, Software and Firmware for HP 2000c Printer series

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HP 2000 series printer driver

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Type:Driver - Product Installation Software
Version:2.3 (19 Sep 2000)
Operating System(s):Microsoft Windows 3.11, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 3.1
File name:dj748en.exe (6.0 MB)
These downloads are available for customers according to the terms in the HP Software License Agreement. Certain software may require a valid warranty, current support contract with HP, or a license fee.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ON UPGRADING TO THIS DRIVER: If you are replacing the v.1.0 driver with the v.2.3 driver, you MUST uninstall the v.1.0 driver before installing the v.2.3 driver; otherwise, installation or driver errors may result.

Automatic Installation Instructions:

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Manual Installation Instructions:

Single File Download Instructions (33.6K or faster)
1. Download the file to your local hard drive.
2. Exit all open applications.
3. Browse to and double-click the downloaded file to start the file uncompression and extraction process. Wait for the files to be extracted into a newly-created folder in the same directory. When completed, the entire driver will reside in this folder.
4. Install the driver from the folder it resides in. This can be done by running setup.exe in that folder.

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