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HP LaserJet 9040mfp and 9050mfp Series Printers - Driver Installation Instructions

The following sections provide instructions for installing the printer drivers on various Windows operating systems.

General installation for Windows 98, Me, 2000, and XP operating systems

General installation instructions are similar for the Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, and Windows XP operating systems.

For the Windows NT 4.0 operating system, the print drivers can be installed only by using the Add Printer installation method. The HP Traditional PCL 6 Driver, the HP Traditional PCL 5 Driver, and the PS Emulation Driver are available on the printing-system software CD. For more information, see the Installing print drivers by using Add Printer section in this document.

If the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp is connected through a file or print server, the printing-system software must first be installed on the server before being installed on any client systems. If the HP LaserJet printing-system software is not first installed on the server, then bidirectional communication, some driver autoconfiguration methods, and the HP Toolbox are not available to the client systems.

For Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, administrator rights on the system are necessary to install the software.

When the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp printing-system installer runs, the HP LaserJet uninstaller is always added to the system.

Installing from the printing-system CD

Follow these instructions to install the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp printing system from the CD that came with your product.

  1. Close all programs that are open on your computer.

  2. Insert the CD in the CD-ROM drive.

    If your CD does not start automatically, click Start , click Run , and then browse to and double-click the SETUP.EXE file in the root directory of the CD.
  3. Click Install Printer and follow the onscreen prompts.

Installing from a network or from downloaded files

Follow these instructions if you downloaded the files from the Web, or if you are installing the printing-system files from a network.

  1. Browse to the location of the SETUP.EXE file.

  2. Double-click the SETUP.EXE file.

  3. Click Install Printer and continue to follow the instructions until the product is installed. For detailed installation instructions, see Detailed Windows installation .

Detailed Windows installation

This section provides information about the installation dialog box sequence for installing the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp printing-system software in Microsoft Windows environments. You can choose to install the software by using either a typical installation or a custom installation.

Using the Back and Cancel buttons

Clicking the Back button on any installation dialog box returns you to the previous dialog box. The specific dialog box depends on your previous selections.

To exit the installation sequence without installing the product, click the Cancel button in any installation dialog box.

  1. Clicking the Cancel button opens a dialog box, prompting you with this question: “Are you sure you want to cancel the installation?”

  2. Clicking Yes opens a dialog box, stating that the setup was interrupted.

  3. Clicking the Finish button opens the Cancel dialog box.

  4. Clicking the Finish button closes the installation screens.

Other buttons appear on the installation dialog boxes:

  • Help

  • Next

  • Space

The result of clicking these buttons is explained in context below.

Modifying a pre-existing installation

If an HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp has been installed previously on your system, the appearance of the main install screen changes on the CD Browser, and the install printer setting changes to modify installation. A pre-existing installation also changes the sequence of installation screens that are presented, depending on selections made.

Typical Installation dialog box sequence

The dialog boxes shown in this section appear in the Windows XP Pro installation sequence. The order and appearance of dialog boxes can vary among operating systems.

The typical installation includes the following components:

  • HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp PCL 6 driver

  • Screen fonts

The components of a typical installation might vary from product to product.

1: Choose Setup Language dialog box

When you select the Install Printer option from the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp printing-system software CD, the Choose Setup Language dialog box appears.

The Choose Setup Language dialog box lists only the languages that are available on the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp printing-system software CD.

The installer automatically detects the language that your computer system uses and presents this selection as the default.

You can select another language that is available on the CD by clicking the down arrow in the drop-down menu.

Clicking OK initiates the printing system setup, and the Preparing to Install dialog box appears.

2: Preparing to Install dialog box

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

If your computer uses the Windows NT 4.0 operating system, you must use the Add Printer install method to install the HP Traditional PCL 6 Driver, the HP Traditional PCL 5 Driver, and the PS Emulation Driver on the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp product. If you try using the regular install method in a Windows NT 4.0 operating environment, the following screen appears:

3: Use the Add Printer Wizard

For information about using the Add Printer install method, see the Installing print drivers by using Add Printer section.

4: Welcome dialog box

Clicking Software License Agreement takes you to the HP Software License Agreement dialog box.

Clicking Installation Notes opens the file LJ9050MFP_INSTALL_NOTE_ENWW.HTM

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Connection dialog box.

5: HP Software License Agreement dialog box

Clicking OK returns you to the Welcome dialog box.

6: Printer Connection dialog box

The product does not support infrared connections.

If you select Connected directly to this computer (a "direct connection" using a parallel cable or universal serial bus cable), clicking Next takes you to the Connector Type dialog box, and then to the Model dialog box. This is the default option.

The Model dialog box is shown in the following Figure.

7: Model dialog box

Clicking Next takes you to the Installation Type dialog box. To continue with the default installation sequence, see Installation Type dialog box .

If you select Connected via the network in the Printer Connection dialog box, clicking next takes you to the Network Setup dialog box.

8: Network Setup dialog box

If you select Basic network setup for a PC or server , clicking Next takes you to the Identify Printer dialog box. This is the default selection.

If you select Client setup for client-server printing , clicking Next initiates a series of question dialog boxes that help you determine the best connection-type option to follow. This series begins with the Specify Network dialog box.

If you select Help me determine which setup is right for me , clicking Next takes you to the Connection Type dialog box.

9: Connection Type dialog box

Clicking Parallel Cable and then clicking Next takes you to the Cable Connection dialog box.

Clicking USB Cable and then clicking Next takes you to the Cable Connection dialog box.

Clicking Network Cable and then clicking Next takes you to the Print Job Management dialog box.

10: Cable Connection dialog box

Clicking A Jetdirect Print Server and then clicking Next takes you to the Print Job Management dialog box.

Clicking Another PC (not this PC) and then clicking Next takes you to the Recommended Network Setup dialog box.

11: Print Job Management dialog box

Clicking either selection and then clicking Next takes you to the Recommended Network Setup dialog box.

12: Recommended Network Setup dialog box

Clicking Next takes you to the Identify Printer dialog box.

13: Identify Printer dialog box

Clicking Search from a list of detected printers (recommended) and then clicking Next opens a screen that states that the installer is searching the network for available products to install.

If you are performing a network installation and no printer is found, the Check Cable Connection dialog box appears, advising you to make sure the cable is properly connected, and giving you the option of searching again or specifying a printer by address.

If a printer is found, the Printer Found dialog box appears, with a list of matching products that have been found on the network.

Clicking Specify a printer by address and then clicking Next takes you to the Specify Printer dialog box.

Clicking Help takes you to context-sensitive HTML help.

The Specify Printer dialog box is shown in the following Figure.

14: Specify Printer dialog box

You can specify a printer by selecting one of the following options and typing in the required information:

  • Hardware Address (MAC)

  • IP Address

  • IP Hostname

  • IPX Address

Clicking Help takes you to context-sensitive HTML help.

Clicking Next opens the Searching dialog box. Clicking Stop on this screen stops the searching process. When the search is finished, the Printer Found dialog box opens, as shown in the following Figure.

15: Printer Found dialog box

Clicking Help takes you to context-sensitive HTML help.

Selecting Yes, install this printer and then clicking Next takes you to the Confirm Settings dialog box.

Clicking No, install a different printer and then clicking Next takes you to theCheck Cable Connection dialog box, advising you to make sure the cable is properly connected, and giving you the option of searching again for a network printer or specifying a printer by address.

The Confirm Settings dialog box is shown in the following Figure.

16: Confirm Settings dialog box

Clicking Change TCP/IP Settings takes you to the Confirm Changing Setting dialog box, and then on to the Set Network Protocol dialog box.

Clicking Help takes you to context-sensitive HTML help.

Clicking Next takes you to the Installation Type dialog box.

17: Set Network Protocol dialog box

Clicking Change Settings... makes the text boxes active so that you can type a different IP Address, Subnet Mask, or Gateway address.

Clicking Next takes you to the Confirm Settings dialog box and then to the Installation Type dialog box.

18: Installation Type dialog box

The components of a Typical Installation might vary from product to product.

Clicking Typical Installation (Recommended) and then clicking Next , takes you to the Printer Name dialog box.

Clicking Custom Installation and then clicking Next , takes you to the Features dialog box.

19: Features dialog box

A red X in the icon indicates that the feature is not installed. The installed icon appears when you select an install state for that feature.

Clicking Help takes you to context-sensitive HTML help.

Clicking Space opens the Disk Space Requirements dialog box, which shows the amount of available space on your hard drive and advises you if there is not enough space for the features you have selected.

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Name dialog box.

20: Printer Name dialog box

Selecting the Use this printer as the default printer for Windows-based programs check box sets the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp as your default printer.

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Sharing dialog box.

21: Printer Sharing dialog box

The Printer Sharing dialog box does not appear if your computer is running Windows 98 or Windows Me.

Clicking Not shared and then clicking Next takes you to the Printer Location and Comment dialog box.

Clicking Share as: makes the text box available. Typing the share name and then clicking Next takes you to the Client Driver and Support dialog box.

When you do not share the printer, additional driver support is not available. If you share the printer onWindows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 operating systems by selecting Share as , you must type a name. You can also provide additional print driver support for other operating systems.

22: Client Driver Support dialog box

The Client Driver Support dialog box does not appear if the computer is running Windows 98 or Windows Me. In Windows XP, you can select the check box to install drivers for Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Me systems that share the network printer.

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Location and Comment dialog box.

23: Printer Location and Comment dialog box

In the Location text box, you can type the physical location of the printer.

In the Comment text box, you can type any additional information that might be helpful to users.

Clicking Next takes you to the Ready to Install dialog box.

24: Ready to Install dialog box

Clicking Install starts the installation process.

When installation is complete, the Finish dialog box appears, as shown in the following Figure.

25: Finish dialog box

Custom Installation

The Custom Installation gives you the option of installing the following components:

  • hp LaserJet 9040/9050mfp PCL 6 Driver (for direct-connect and network installations)

  • hp LaserJet 9040/9050mfp PS Driver (for direct-connect and network installations)

  • hp LaserJet toolbox

  • Screen Fonts

  • Install Notes

  • User Guide

26: Features dialog box, Custom Installation

The features available in a Custom Installation might vary from product to product.

Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 computers running a terminal server do not support the HP Toolbox option.

The appearance of the Features dialog box might vary, depending on the product and the connection type.

Installing print drivers by using Add Printer

Use the following steps to install the print drivers by using the Add Printer feature of Windows:

  1. Insert the CD in the CD-ROM drive.

  2. Go to the Add a printer feature in Windows.

    In Windows XP, click Start on the desktop, and then click Printers and Faxes . The Printers and Faxes window appears. Click Add a printer . The Add a printer wizard screen appears.

    In Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000, click Start on the desktop, click Settings , click Printers and Faxes and then click Add a printer . The Add a printer wizard screen appears.

  3. Use the Add a printer wizard to find and connect to the printer. The print drivers are loaded as a part of this process.

If your computer is running a 64-bit Windows OS, you must install the corresponding 64-bit print driver. 64-bit print drivers are included on the software CD-ROM. Use the following steps to install a print driver by using the Add Printer feature.

  1. Insert the CD in the CD-ROM drive.

  2. Click Start on the desktop, click Settings , click Printers and Faxes and then click Add a printer . The Add a printer wizard screen appears.

  3. Use the Add a printer wizard to find and connect to the product. The print drivers are loaded as a part of this process.

  4. Select the Have disk option and navigate to one of the following files on the software CD:

    To install the PCL 6 driver, select \<language>\Drivers\(your operating system)\PCL6\hpc90xmd.inf

    To install the PCL 5 driver, select \<language>\Drivers\(your operating system)\PCL5\hpc90xmd.inf

    To install the PS driver, select \<language>\Drivers\(your operating system)\PS\hpc90xmd.inf

  5. Complete the wizard steps. The print driver will be installed as part of the wizard process.

Installer Customization Wizard for Windows

Administrators can use the Installer Customization Wizard option to customize the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp installer by pre-setting the installation options in a response file. To start the utility, click installer customization wizard on the main menu of the software CD browser. Using this option, administrators can create a silent (unattended) installer that is customized with any of the following selections:

  • Language

  • Operating system

  • Print drivers

  • Components

For detailed information about the Installer Customization Wizard, see the HP Device Installer Customization Wizard . This document (CUSTOMIZATIONDOC.RTF) is available on the printing-system software CD at the root of the <language> folder.

Running the Installer Customization Wizard

Running the Installer Customization Wizard produces one installation package and a response file (RESPONSE.INI) for a single system installation. The installation package might work for multiple systems that have the same response information, or the RESPONSE.INI file can be edited for system configuration differences directly in the RESPONSE.INI file. The Installer HP Device Installer Customization Wizard , available on the printing-system software CD at the root of the <language> folder, provides the exact text for replacing entries in the RESPONSE.INI file.

To run the Installer Customization Wizard

  1. Insert the HP LaserJet 9040/9050mfp software CD in the CD-ROM drive.

  2. In the CD browser main screen, click installer customization wizard .

  3. Choose the setup language you wish to use. The installer automatically detects the language that your computer system uses and presents this selection as the default. Click OK to continue.

    You can select another language that is available on the CD by clicking the down arrow in the drop-down menu.

  4. The Installer Customization Wizard starts automatically. To complete the installation, follow the instructions in the dialog boxes, as described in the following section.

Dialogs

The Installer Customization Wizard runs from the CD. It can be launched from the CD browser, depending on product-specific instantiation. It runs separately from MSI with its own interface.

The Choose Setup Language dialog box, the InstallShield Wizard dialog box, and the Preparing to Install dialog box appear the same as they appear in the standard installer. After these dialog boxes, the Installer Customization Wizard Welcome dialog box appears.

27: Installer Customization Wizard Welcome dialog box

Clicking Next takes you to the Language dialog box.

28: Language dialog box

The customized installer limits all system installations of the product to the language that is selected in the Language dialog box. Maintenance Mode on systems where installation has been completed using the customized installer does not provide options for changing the language. To change the language on a system that used an Installer Customization Wizard installation, the customized installation must be uninstalled, and a new product must be installed to restore the option to install other languages.

The language that you selected is installed on users' computers regardless of the language of the text in the dialog boxes (as specified in the Choose a language dialog box earlier). The Language dialog box defaults to the language that was selected in the Choose a language dialog box, but any language (that is available on the CD) can be chosen for the customized installer. The language choice is recorded in the response file.

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Port dialog box.

Clicking Back returns you to the Welcome dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

29: Printer Port dialog box

Clicking Queue Name\Path makes a text field available for a Queue name entry. Click the Browse button and navigate to a printer to record the path.

Clicking Local Port and then clicking Next takes you to the Connector Type dialog box, which is similar to the Connection Type dialog box that appears during a standard installation. However, the Connector Type dialog box includes all types of local ports regardless of local support. It also includes all custom network ports that are available on the local system. To use any custom network port for the customized installer, the port must be created identically on the system where the port will be used.

Clicking New TCP/IP Port or New IPX Port , and then clicking Next , takes you to the Specify Printer dialog box.

Clicking Back returns you to the Language dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

30: Specify Printer dialog box

Clicking IP Address: makes a field available for typing the IP address for the printer. Only numerals are allowed in this field. If this option is selected, at least one digit must be typed in the IP Address field to prevent an error message from appearing, asking for a valid IP address.

Clicking IP Hostname: makes a field available for typing the IP hostname for the printer. Any characters are allowed in this field, but an error message appears if spaces are included in the field. If this option is selected, at least one character must be typed in the IP Hostname field to prevent an error message from appearing, asking for a valid IP hostname.

Clicking IPX Address: makes a field available for typing the IPX address of the printer.

Clicking Hardware Address: makes a field available for typing the hardware address of the printer. It accepts any characters but limits the entry to 13 characters.

Clicking Back takes you to the previous dialog box, based on your previous selections.

Clicking any of the options and then clicking Next takes you to the Model dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

The Installer Customization Wizard does not validate that the printer or any of the printer identification entries actually exist on the network, because the customized installer can be used on a separate network.

31: Model dialog box

After the identification or port setup dialog boxes are completed, the Model dialog box appears.

The model selection can affect which features are available for the installation. It can also affect driver defaults depending on the product-specific instantiation.

Clicking Next takes you to the Features dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the Printer Port , Connection Type , or Specify Printer dialog box, depending on your previous selections.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

32: Features dialog box

Any combination of features can be selected for the installer, and none depends on any other feature selection. It is possible to create a custom installer that installs features without including a print driver.

Clicking Next takes you to the Driver Configuration dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the Model dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

33: Driver Configuration dialog box

It is possible to supply a preconfigured driver in the customized installer if the driver supports it. You can use the preconfigured driver to place default settings on the printer that is installed. If a driver that supports this feature is selected in the Features dialog box, the Driver Configuration dialog box appears.

Clicking Yes and then clicking Next opens a list of all printing preferences and device options for the product.

Clicking No and then clicking Next takes you to the Printer Name dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the Features dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

34: Driver Configuration preconfigure driver dialog box

Any setting in this dialog box, including those on the Device Settings tab, can be preset before the printer is installed (subject to normal driver constraints).

Clicking Next opens either the Preconfigure Printer dialog box for another driver that supports preconfiguration (if any), or the Printer Name dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the previous Driver Configuration dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

35: Printer Name dialog box

The Default Printer: drop-down menu lists only those drivers that are selected in the Features dialog box.

Clicking Next opens the Printer Sharing dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the previous Driver Configuration dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

36: Printer Sharing dialog box

Clicking Share as: opens a field for naming the product as it will appear on the network.

Clicking Next with Not Shared selected takes you to the Printer Location and Comment dialog box.

Clicking Share as: and then clicking Next takes you to the Client Driver Support dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the Printer Name dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

37: Client Driver Support dialog box

This dialog box provides options for selecting OS-specific drivers to add to the installation to provide for Point and Print driver vending on the system. Either or both optional drivers can be selected.

Clicking Next takes you to the Printer Location and Comment dialog box.

Clicking Back takes you to the Printer Sharing dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

38: Printer Location and Comment support dialog box

Use the Location: text field to type a description of the physical location of the printer. The field is limited to 241 characters.

Use the Comment: text field to type any other helpful text such as capabilities about the printer. The field is limited to 241 characters.

Clicking Back takes you to the Printer Sharing or the Client Driver Support dialog box, depending on your previous selection.

Clicking Next takes you to the Custom Installer Location dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

39: Custom Installer Location dialog box

The location for the installer package defaults to the drive that the system user opened last.

Clicking Change opens the Change Current Destination Folder dialog box to navigate to the drive that you want.

Clicking Back takes you to the Printer Location and Comment dialog box.

Clicking Install after you have specified a location (or browsed to a location) starts the file copy process and takes you to the Installing dialog box.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

40: Change Current Destination Folder dialog box

Several files including system files will be placed at the root of the directory that appears in the Folder Name field. These files collectively occupy approximately 37 MB into the directory. Be sure that enough space is available on the directory before continuing.

Click the New Folder icon to create a new folder.

After you select a location, click OK to return to the Custom Installer Location dialog box. The location appears in the Folder name field.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

41: Installing dialog box

This dialog box remains on the screen until the status bar reaches the end.

Clicking Cancel takes you to the Exit Setup dialog box.

42: Finish dialog box

Clicking Finish closes the Finish dialog box and exits the Installer Customization Wizard.

Depending on the type of installation and chosen options, you will or will not be presented with some additional steps once you click Finish .

Distribution

The installation package is now ready for distribution. It is the same as the package on the CD, except that it is limited to one language, and it contains the features and options that you selected. The installation package is run silently so that it requires no user interaction. This installation method is useful when you want to use the default selections that the installer provides or when you want to run the installation without being prompted.

You can perform the silent installation in two ways:

  • customized silent installer

  • command-line silent installer

The response file can be renamed, but it must be in the root directory of the installer package. The name cannot contain spaces; spaces prevent the SETUP.EXE file from passing to the installer package.

The command-line silent installer method cannot be customized by end users. It installs only the printing-system components that are included in the Typical Installation. For more information, see the HP Device Installer Customization Wizard . This document (CUSTOMIZATION_README_XXWW.RTF) is available on the printing-system software CD at the root of the <language> folder.

Point and Print installation for Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, and Server 2003

The following information helps you install a print driver by using the Microsoft Point and Print function when you cannot see the product on the network.

Point and Print is a Microsoft term that describes a two-step driver installation process. The first step is to install a shared driver on a network print server. The second step is to "point" to the print server from a network client so that the client can use the print driver.

This section outlines the procedures for installing print drivers by using Point and Print. If these procedures are not successful, contact Microsoft.

Hewlett-Packard provides drivers that are compatible with the Point and Print feature, but this is a function of the Microsoft operating systems, not of HP print drivers. Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 drivers from HP are supported only on Intel X 86 processor types. Any other processor types must use Windows NT 4.0 drivers from Microsoft.

To install the print driver on a Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000,Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 OS, you must have administrator privileges. To completely install the Windows NT 4.0 print driver on the Windows NT 4.0 server (or the Windows 2000 print driver on the Windows 2000 server), you must have administrator privileges on the server. The Windows NT 4.0 Printer .INF file (or the Windows 2000 Printer .INF file) must contain the same product name as the Windows 98 or Windows Me printer .INF file.

Point and Print installation of a postscript driver is supported only with a Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows Me PS Driver Version 4.0 or later.

In a homogenous operating system environment (one in which all of the clients and servers running the same operating system), the same print driver version that is vended from the server to the clients in a Point and Print environment also runs and controls the print queue configuration on the server.

However, in a mixed operating system environment (one in which servers and clients might run on different operating systems), conflicts can occur when client computers run a version of the print driver that is different from the one on the print server.

With Windows NT 4.0, print drivers executed in kernel mode. A kernel mode process runs in a specially privileged part of the operating system that gives the process access to all of the system resources. Consequently, a misbehaving driver can cause serious system stability problems, including operating system crashes.

In an effort to increase operating system stability, Microsoft determined that, starting with Windows 2000 and continuing with all future operating systems, print drivers would run as user mode processes. User-mode drivers execute in a protected part of the operating system just like all of the normal end-user processes and software programs. A user-mode print driver that misbehaves is capable of crashing only the process in which it is running, and cannot crash the whole operating system. Because access to critical system resources is restricted, overall operating system stability is increased.

Setting a default printer

This section applies to the Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 operating systems.

  1. In Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000 OSs, click Start , click Settings , and then click Printers . In Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, click Start , click Control Panel , click Printers and Faxes (Windows XP Professional) or Printers and other hardware devices (Windows XP Home).

  2. Right-click the product that you want to set as the default printer.

  3. Click Set As Default . A check mark appears next to the menu option.

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