HP Deskjet F4280 All-In-One printer is not recognized.

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My HP Deskjet F4280 All-In-One printer is not recognized by the computer as a hardware. NO matter how I uninstall/install back the application, when I connect the cable it really is not able to recognize the printer. Note that this printer is just bought a year ago. Is the problem behind the printer itself, the application, or something inside the computer? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90155

HP Deskjet F4280 All-In-One printer is not recognized.

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Hi Techyv_666,

Well, for these types of issues, we need more information regarding your system information.  Is there and error message when you connect both the computer and the printer? What is the exact error message?

 

Another thing that you need to look into is the minimum requirements:

For Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home, Windows 2000(SP4 or higher): Any Intel Pentium II, Intel Celeron, or compatible processor (233 MHz or higher); 128 MB RAM (256 MB or higher recommended); 450 MB available hard disk space; Internet Explorer 6 or higher. For Windows Vista(R) Ready: 800 MHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor; 512 MB RAM; 900 MB available hard disk space; Internet Explorer; CD-ROM drive; available USB port and USB cable; SVGA 800 x 600 monitor with 16-bit color; Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 or higher recommended; Internet access recommended. (With Windows 2000 some features may not be available)

 

Hope this helps.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90157

HP Deskjet F4280 All-In-One printer is not recognized.

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Hello Techyv_666,

A little review with HP Desk-jet F4280 printer has standard connectivity of USB High Speed and a minimum requirements of PC system is needed which state at the first solution. In addition that printer will not recognize in your system the possible cause first would be the USB cable used which has no continuity or inside the inner cable one of wire were open. Second, one of those USB port were malfunction due to some resistor busted in the motherboard. Lastly the printer board itself causing some unnecessary fluctuation if not connected with AVR these may result the problem but it is not the end of the printer try to isolate it to other PC to be finalized.   

 

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