HP Officejet 6110 - Has anyone got an officejet to print with Vista yet?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Printing / Faxing / Scanning' started by SteveY, Jun 18, 2006.

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    SteveY Guest

    I have a dual boot XP/Vista system. Vista installed without any hickups at
    all - I was very impressed with that. However, I'm having a problem

    I have an HP Officejet 6110 connected via USB. Vista recognized it and seems
    to have loaded all the default HP drivers. If I unplug the printer, vista
    sees that action and marks the printer offline. If I plug it back in, Vista
    changes the printer status to online.

    I can also look at all the normal printer properties and change items like
    sharing, paper size, color, and a whole host of defaults.

    However, when I try to print (from any application) or try to print a test
    page, I get the following error:-
    Test page failed to print. Operation could not be completed. I've tried
    uninstalling and reinstalling a few times (trying to fake it out) and... no

    Does anyone have any ideas or has anyone managed to get an officejet
    connected via USB to work?

    Thanks, Steve
    SteveY, Jun 18, 2006
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    pippo Guest

    This doesn't work for HP OfficeJet 7310 :((
    The software makes control of S.O. version and doesn't wont install

    pippo, Jun 28, 2006
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    CaptSpify Guest

    Did you get this to work for the 6110? It just dissapears halfwa
    through the install on my syste
    CaptSpify, Jun 28, 2006
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    aceT Guest

    I did as skypilott2 suggested. I unplugged the usb cable from the
    computer, loaded the HP 6110 cd and uninstalled the hp 6110 from the
    computer. When I restarted the computer, it said my drivers were
    installed and ready. I opened a file and it printed perfectly!!! I had
    all but given up on getting my printer to print until I found this
    forum. THANK YOU !!!
    aceT, Apr 6, 2007
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