Same problem, and I read all your other posts basically saying not to use MS
update unless you have problems. Unfortunately for me, I do have problems,
and HP's website does not provide drivers for vista, saying they are provided
automatically by Vista. I have a HP 6110 all-in-one printer, and it often is
showing-up as offline, or I have to reinstall it to get it to work. I was
hoping this update would resolve many of these issues, but reading through
countless forums have led me nowhere as I simply cannot find a downloadable
driver (from HP or Microsoft) for this printer for Vista. I've tried
uninstalling the drivers from device manager and both automatically let Vista
install them as well as run windows update to see if it would take, all with
the same results as indicated by the other posters. Any further advice would
be greatly appreciated.
> Hi there,
> Yes I can
> Never take any hardware drivers from windows update unless you like blue
> screens after rebooting.
> If your hardware works fine: than just leave it be working just fine! Just
> the old rule: if it ain't broke do not try to "FIX" it.
> If your hardware is not working properly go to the manufacturers website for
> an updated driver.
> Best regards,
> Michel Denie.
> "joeprt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Hewlett-Packard - Other Hardware - officejet 6100 (DOT4USB)
> > Installation date: ?09/?06/?2007 09:09
> > Installation status: Failed
> > Error details: Code 80070103
> > Can someone help