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I just installed windows 7 ultimate, but i cannot get my HP 3015 Laserjet all in one to work. Are there any drivers available, the driver given on the HP website does not work. Please, help.

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Which driver did you use? What did not work exactly? Did the installation procedure fail? Could it detect the printer? Provide more details, otherwise no one can help. –  slhck Mar 6 '11 at 10:54
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I had similar issues with HP 1010, the driver was simply never made for Win7. I used the driver for another HP LaserJet, the HP 3055 instead original one and it kind of worked but I had issues connecting other machines to it through LAN.

Anyway, the solution was to use the "HP Universal printing PCL 5" driver for windows 7, found on: HP driver site - universal driver

With that, it works best so far. There is still an issue after each 10-15 or so pages are printed, with printer just printing the "unsupported personality pcl" or something like that, but I can live with that.

BTW, I installed this HP1010 with universal printer at Win7 64bit and also made it work as shared printer at remote Win7 32bit machines (by including x86 drivers too in 64bit driver).

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Do you mean you're having problems with the default Windows 7 driver for the 3015? Or that a driver for the 3015 isn't included by default?

For my LaserJet 3200, I seem to recall that the 3200 wasn't included out of the box with Win7. I tried drivers from HP's website, then finally found this simple procedure worked:

-Start
-Devices and Printers
-Add a printer
-Add a local printer
-Use an existing port
-Click on Windows Update (wait a minute or two for it to update)
-Check the list to see if the 3015 is now there (in my case it wasn't there originally and then appeared after the update)
-Add it as you normally would.
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