Apparently, Vista has some kind of native support for older printers, and
the HP 1000 series is accredited in some way..
Hardware manufacturers have a history of dumping old stuff when a new OS
appears by way of not producing drivers
.. having said that, new printers
offer better quality and faster output, while being way more economical with
ink delivery.. personally, I would get a new printer..
"BigJim" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> the point is that he shouldn/t have to buy a new printer, hp may have
> drivers down the road.
> "Brendan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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?