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I'm trying to put a shortlist of printers together for a client, but one of their outsourced IT department's rules is that the drivers need to be available in a 64-bit version. We really like HP printers, and would prefer to stick with that brand.

Is there a way to tell which drivers are 64-bit without downloading them all first?

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If you narrow the print device based on the features/functions needed you can easily see the drivers on teh download page. They will be clearly identified as 64 Bit.

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I'd hit and click "live assistance" on the left. Probably the fastest way to get a list.

You could also, as recommended here, go through the add printer process on a computer running a 64-bit version of Windows, and view the list of HP printers with built-in drivers.

You'd think they'd have a nice list somewhere, though, wouldn't you?

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