A new printer would be faster and more ink efficient that your old printer,
but as you want to keep it, you could buy a really cheap, slow XP box and
network it, or a cheaper option still, buy a new printer..
"Brendan" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> HP in their wisdom have decided NOT to provide a windows vista driver for
> this excellent (if a few years old) printer. As a result of this, my
> upgrade leaves me with a perfectly serviceable printer that is useless. HP
> suggest I buy another of their printers (WTF!!!) - I guess they don't want
> my over-priced ink purchases either. Has anyone else any idea of how to
> get this printer to work in Vista?