HP laserjet 1100 driver

HP LaserJet 1100/1100A PCL DriverThe USB driver for the HP LaserJet printer is listed below. This PCL driver was brought out in 2000 so the printer have been around a while. The internal ID for the driver shows that this driver is for a “HP LaserJet 1100” which is version 4.3.2.50 brought out in 2000.

HP laserjet 1100 driver

The printer is no longer manufactured and was made to run on Windows 2000 and Windows 98. The driver file has been listed below.

You may be able to find use with the HP deskjet 1015 driver as with the HP laserjet p1100 driver which you can also find on this website. These are very old but popular printers 10 years ago. This printer has been around for more than 20 years. The drivers are not always up-to-date. See also the HP laserjet 3380 printer as well as the HP laserjet 1200 driver which was also very popular. There is a Windows 7 driver and also a Windows 10 driver. Should the Windows 10 not work then try the Windows 7 driver and run it in the compatability mode of Windows 10 or Winodws 11.  There is also the HP integrated module driver XP which was an XP driver. There is as well as the HP laserjet 1020 driver and the much older HP laserjet 1100 driver (this one) on this website.

Many devices use an INF file such as the cp2102 driver as well as the well-known rtl8187 wireless device. This as well as the well-known csr bluetooth driver which is also a Bluetooth driver. The ft232r usb uart driver is mainly for the UART devices and not a printer serial device. Finally the most common error or hardware ID codes you can find. These are the usb\vid_0403&pid_6001&rev_0600 which is a UART code and the  Samsung USB hardware ID code which is usb\vid_04e8&pid_6860&rev_0400&ms_comp_mtp&samsung_android. See further on the installation on the HP Laserjet 3380 printer.

 

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HP LaserJet 1100/1100A PCL Driver (Windows 7)

HP LaserJet 1100/1100A PCL 5e driver (Windows 10)

 

Note: There is no Windows 7 driver for this hardware. This was the last driver for this hardware as it is very old and was never updated again. What you could try is running the driver in compatibility mode.

1. Place the driver installation file on the Desktop.

2. Right Click the driver installation file and select Properties/Compatibility Tab.

3. Select Windows XP for compatibility mode.

4. Click Apply

5. Right Click the file and select the Run As Administrator option to install.

 

Note : The latest HP printer vulnerabilities.

 

 

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