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Why don't HP printer drivers ever install?
I've spent probably 12-15 hours over the last few weeks trying to get a
series variety of HP printers to work properly on different computers at different locations in different network environments.
Either the printer installs but says 'driver unavailable' and doesn't work, or it fails to even detect, or it installs and looks like but then times out every time it tries to print, etc.
In all cases, I'm able to access the web server on the printer, and in all cases, the HP Smart software is able to access the printer and see all the status and ink levels and so on.
But the printers just fail to work at actually printing.
Does anyone have any magic tricks to get the printers to actually work?
It's been a bunch of different printers... 5200's, 8620's, and quite a few others. It's always over WiFi. No print servers installed. It's Windows 10 pro, I've tried both the drivers that windows picks automatically, and the full driver packages from the HP sites. Usually they're on domains but not every time.
Basically, sometimes they install perfectly, everything detects and installs and everyone is happy.
But other times it just fails completely and it ends up doing it in the same ways. Windows will install it but it shows "Driver unavailable". I'll try install it through the HP tools, and the HP tool will see the printer, then try to install it, and a minute later it fails and says it can't install.
I've tried using printui to delete all the drivers and ports and start fresh, but that never usually helps.
I've gotten it work sometimes but it usually involves over an hour at a time of deleting and reinstalling drivers, rebooting, and hoping.
I can't be the only one who this happens to.
oh yeah, I remember I also tried using the HP Print and Scan doctor. That was the worst because it actually was able to talk to the printer, and even get the printer to print an internal test page, and it would say everything is working, when it wasn't. That was a fun one!
submitted by QuerulousPanda