Install Hp Scanjet 4200c Windows 7


Through the below chart you can check whether the windows 7 drivers for your scanner and also the compatibility with windows 7. As Per HP(Hewlett Packard) Software and drivers for below listed products will be available as part of the Windows 7 operating system, on Microsoft’s Windows® Update, or as a download from If the Drivers and Software are available from HP Website, I enabled the link, which directs you to the drivers download page. To understand the below table better check mark indicates that the windows 7 drivers are available for your product, either they are In Windows 7 Operating System Or From Microsoft Windows 7 Update Or They are available from HP Official Product Drivers Download Page And on the other hand cross mark indicates that the drivers are not available under the three categories as mentioned above. The download links beside the Green Check Marks are enabled for your convenience, for any reason if you are unable to go the product driver download page, you can visit the Download page and search for the drivers with your product No.

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Sep 12, 2014  This short tutorial shows you how to install driver for HP ScanJet 2400 series on your windows 7 (64-bit) OS Music attribution: Composer: Jan Chmelar Song.

Anonymous Search for the file: And do the device driver update via Device manager. With search my computer using the directory where you unpacked it. Workt for with the 5100C and 5200C on windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. Haven't tried 64 bit yet. With the EPP parrallel port settings in the bios.

Specs of the file. Anonymous Buyer beware: HP doesn't support growing technology, like Windows 7. But does puts its time and energy into creating extra crap to fling all over your system when you install their software. An online source suggested installing HP Solution Center as a way to to deal with this scanner software conflict. The confict was not resolved, but I got a lot of add-ons like a Yahoo tool bar added IE, HP Updater (not that crap again), a feature to make web printing better, and more, without giving me the choice.

I immediately unistalled all of it and started researching Epson scanners online. Anonymous I have a Scanjet 4p that I used with my XP system.

With the upgrade to Windows 7 that was the ONE thing that would not migrate. I can understand from a consumer standpoint how hardware companies would want people to replace their old $100 scanner with a new $100 scanner every few years, but a commercial scanner that is well built and still does a good job despite it's age? I have to throw a perfectly good scanner out the window because the company cannot provide some simple files? Like you all said, invest in another company, not Cannon either since they are no better at supporting Windows 7. Anonymous I must agree with the majority of the comments on this site.

I recently upgraded my computer system which came with Windows 7. As a result my $200 HP ScanJet 4980 has been reduced to a $50 scanner.

All the abilities for scanning negatives/slides, scan to print/email, gone. Thank you HP! I downloaded the drivers from HP but that is all you get. They haven't bothered to upgrade the fully functional software to be compatible with Windows 7. I called the support and they wanted $25/hr to provide assistance (mine is out of warranty). I figure it would $25/hr to tell me 'can't help you'.

This is the only HP product I have ever purchased and will never again. I checked into Vuescan. Beware, it will not enable the ability to scan negatives/slides in the 64-bit version of Windows 7 (which I have) but apparently is fully functional in the 32-bit version. Guess I'll be recruiting a Monk when I need a copy made. Anonymous I along with probably everyone else who purchased a scanner in the days of xp am NEVER going to purchase another product from HP. Their policy of not supporting a product when you have a newer IS is pathetic and unprofessional. The ONLY reasons to have a scanner not work (especially if it is USB compatible) is 1.