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Has anyone gotten the HP 1600 Color LaserJet to work with Windows 7?  If so,
how?  Is there another model who's drivers are 1600 compatible, and would
work?  Before I run out and buy a copy of Windows 7 (preferably 64 bit), I
want to know if my equipment will work.  If not, I will stick with what I
have (Windows XP).

Thanks


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Reply misterd2081 (4) 11/15/2009 5:22:32 PM

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Don wrote:
> Has anyone gotten the HP 1600 Color LaserJet to work with Windows 7?  If
> so, how?  Is there another model who's drivers are 1600 compatible, and
> would work?  Before I run out and buy a copy of Windows 7 (preferably 64
> bit), I want to know if my equipment will work.  If not, I will stick
> with what I have (Windows XP).
>
> Thanks

FWIW, the HP web site has HP Color LaserJet Plug and Play Package for
both 32- and 64-bit Windows 7, released on October 20.  The 1600 is a
PCL6 printer, apparently without the most universal-of-all PostScript.

.... Ben Myers

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