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    HP DesignJet 750 plus

    Have a customer who got this unit and it needs a belt, but first I need to know if a driver is still available. Customer is running Windows 7 and I assume an XP driver would work, but can't find one. Anyone have a driver or site that I could go to to get it before we put a belt in this machine?

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    Brian


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    Re: HP DesignJet 750 plus

    It's probably built-in to 7.


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    Re: HP DesignJet 750 plus

    I have the driver. I'll PM you a link.

    Just make sure you pick the correct model; if it's 36" pick the 750C+ (E/AO).

    Kiran


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    Re: HP DesignJet 750 plus

    One other thing...

    After it's installed, go into the Printer Preferences. Click the More Sizes button, and turn everything off, and turn on Architectural. Click OK. This will give the user familiar Architectural paper sizes.

    Then go to the Advanced tab, and check the In Computer radio button. This will prevent the printer from running out of memory.

    Kiran


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