Friday, June 10, 2011

HP Deskjet 3900 series driver for Windows 7 and Windows XP

For people who have a HP Deskjet 3900 printer series, perhaps no problems if it is used on the Windows XP, because when the printer released to the market, Windows XP was already released. So this printer is already equipped with a CD driver for Windows XP and earlier Windows versions. However, what if we use it on Windows Vista or 7? Well,until now the manufacturer for this type of HP printer currently does not provide drivers for Windows Vista or Windows 7. They claim that Windows Vista and Windows 7 have the printer driver that already integrated with. But in reality, when we plug the printer into the computer, Windows 7 can not recognize this type of printer. So, how to make it works? Please follow these steps:

First, download the first driver pack in here  or here 
Archive password to unlock:

Once downloaded, then Extrack file on drive D: or E: (in order to be easy to find).
Then click Windows START button, Select Devices and Printers.

Right click and select " Add a printer " Select "Add a local printer"

Select the option "Use an Existing port" , choose USB001 (Virtual printer port for USB) then Next.

Select manufacture "HP", see the column on the right, check whether or not the type of printer HP Deskjet 3900, if there is then click Next.but if not available, click " Have Disk ".

Then locate the folder that had already downloaded , select the file "hpf3900a.inf" then Open. follow the instructions as shown below:

Then you just press the Next button until the Finish button appeared.

Well, now the printer is ready to be used. Hope it works and helpful..!!