HP LaserJet 1010 don't work in Vista since Beta2 - Advanced 1384 Printing Support drivers for XP don

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Printing / Faxing / Scanning' started by Alexey, Oct 14, 2006.

  1. Alexey

    Alexey Guest

    HP LaserJet 1010 don't work in Vista since Beta2 (32-64 bit) - Advanced
    1384 Printing Support drivers for XP don't work.
    Is there somebody with this printer made it work under Vista?

    Also Cano Scan Lide 25 don't work in Vista 64bit because of lack of drivers.
    Is there any compatible drivers from different devices, that work with this
    scanner?
     
    Alexey, Oct 14, 2006
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  2. Alexey

    Dave Nuttall Guest

    Also Cano Scan Lide 25 don't work in Vista 64bit because of lack of
    I've nagged Canon about drivers for my N1240U. I got the following response:

    Regrettably, release of drivers for our products coincide with the full
    release of an operating system. At this time, a firm date for release
    of any drivers regarding the Vista operating system for any of our
    products is not available. I apologize for any inconvenience this may
    cause.

    I responded and pointed out that my Epson stuff worked really well, with a
    lot of the control GUI nicely integrated into Vista. I got the following
    response:

    Regrettably, release of drivers for our products coincide with the full
    release of an operating system. At this time, a firm date for release
    of any drivers regarding the Vista operating system for any of our
    products is not available. I apologize for any inconvenience this may
    cause.

    Guess who I'm not buying from any more...
     
    Dave Nuttall, Oct 14, 2006
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    NewsHound Guest

    My HP LaserJet 1012 (same series) works fine with the default drivers
    (1384 printing support) that were installed by Vista RC2 x86.
     
    NewsHound, Oct 19, 2006
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