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I rebuilt one of my systems, because it has 16GB of RAM, I needed to install 64 bit Windows 8.1. When I tried to install the driver for my LaserJet 4, Windows complains that there is no appropriate driver in the directory. Where can I get a suitable driver that will install on an x64 system?

Once that is done, add your printer, and when you are asked to install the driver, click on Have Disk, and browse to the folder 7-Zip created>prnhp001, and select the HP LaserJet 4 printer from the list, and the driver should install.

I've been tryin g unsuccessfully unable to find a printer driver for my LaserJet 4 printer (not 4P, 4M, 4 Plus, etc., just a plain LaserJet 4) that will install on a Windows 10 (64-bit Professional version) machine ?

If I try and select any of other "similar" Laserhet 4(X) models, then NEXT, then NEXT to "Printer Name", the driver install begins, but terminates before finishing, with the error message "Printer Driver Was Not Installed".

9) If I repeat 1-8 and select some totally unrelated printer, it MAY finish the install. but now I have a driver installed for a printer I don't own. All my attempts to install drivers for any LaserJet 4(X) printer fails.

Is there (a) a printer driver available for the LaserJet 4 (no suffix), or (b) a driver for any other HP printer in the list that will work for the laserJet 4 printer that will work in the Windows 10 environment ? I'm at my wit's end here.

The driver went missing sometime in 2018 - I know this because I built my system in December of 2017, and it contains my current Win10 installation which indeed had the Laserjet4 driver at that time - yes via the 'searchWindows update' option during printer install. However, my son had attempting to install the driver on his Win10 system several weeks ago, and the driver is no longer available in the second list after searching windows update. I sat with him and attempted the entire process myself to no avail. Microsoft has been abandoning older hardware devices since 2000, and this is just another nail in the coffin. I will obviously have to locate and archive the driver installed on my system if I ever want to use the printer on a fresh install or new system. I will host it somewhere and link it here once I find it.

Mr Paul Tikkanen Everything you have suggested, I have accomplished to the letter ... However, unlike all the others who got their driver loaded, I am still getting the dreaded "no compatible Driver message" .... and I made darn sure I used Driver #1 on the Win8,1 Laptop and Driver #2 on the Win10 Desktop. My readout of the file matches yours exactly.

Updated drivers to make Laserjet 4 Plus printers compatible with Windows 8.1 (64-bit) have not been made available. (I and an IT expert at my firm tried all the available generic drivers and none worked). I also will soon be upgrading to Windows 10 where I will likely have the same problem.

Does anyone know a solution for this? Is there anyway to ask HP to update the relevant drivers? My printer is a workhorse and I don't see a good reason to pass it to landfill for want of a driver! Thanks

Once that is done, add your printer via the add printer wizard and click on Have Disk, browse to the driver folder 7-Zip created\prnhp001, and select the HP LaserJet 4 Plus printer from the list, and see if the driver installs that way.

I finally had to update to a Windows 10 laptop yesterday. As a result I spent several hours last night trying to enable printing to my legacy HP Laserjet 6P which has been my home printer for many years. None of the suggestions I found online worked for me. YMMV but what ended up finally working for me was using Windows' Add a Printer, and on the printer/driver selection screen clicking the "Windows Update" button (can take a few minutes to load the additional printer options), and then selecting an HP Laserjet Printer that supports PCL 5e (shown in the printer name).

Some things I tried that did not work included the HP PCL6 universal print driver which was issuing commands not recognized by my printer. And most of the other drivers I found would not even load into Windows 10 with the popup error message that they were not compatible. While it appears from this thread that Paul_Tikkanen's prior suggestion has worked for many people to use a driver from the Windows Update Catalog, I did also try all those drivers first, and none were accepted by Windows 10, so it is possible something has changed such that those no longer load.

I set up the 4plus with a driver for 3050pcl5. The test page and printing from adobe and QBooks is fine. However, Microsoft Office products won't print properly. A one page document will print one line of jumbled characters across the top of the page, then continue to feed pages with the same....

What physical connection are you using? A USB to parallel adapter? I would suggest a parallel to network adapter is a more useable choice, often referred as a print server. You should be able to connect and use a driver of a LaserJet 4000. The USB adapter has never been my favorite as they are finicky.

If the HP4 works on the old computer, can I simply copy the driver from the old computer to the new computer? If yes, how do I locate the folder on the old computer? Once I've copied the folder to the new computer, what procedures would I follow from there to install the driver? Thank you.

Download the latest and official version of drivers for HP LaserJet 4/4m Printer series. This driver package is available for 32 and 64 bit PCs. It is compatible with the following operating Systems: Windows Vista (32-bit), Windows Vista (64-bit), Windows XP (32-bit), Windows XP (64-bit), Windows 200, Windows NT, Windows 3.x. Don't worry if you don't know what's your operating system. HP website will automatically detect your device and select the best installer for your OS.

For basic printing functionality use the Postscript PPD. For advanced functionality such as printer status and maintenance features, use the HPLIP driver (which includes HPIJS). Consumables/Refills: toner ($70)

hplip &nbsp(driver home page) HP's driver suite for printers and multi-function devices Supplier: Hewlett-Packard (this printer's manufacturer)License: MIT/BSD/GPL (free software)User support:HPLIP support and bug tracking system (voluntary)Max. rendering resolution: 600x600dpi Only monochrome output Type: CUPS RasterText: 100Graphics: 100System Load:UnknownLine Art: 100Photo: 100Speed: 70

gutenprint &nbsp(driver home page) Top Quality Printer Drivers for inkjets, dye sublimation printers, and PCL lasers Supplier: Gutenprint projectLicense: GPL (free software)User support:Gutenprint mailing list at SourceForge (voluntary)Color output Type: CUPS RasterText: 90Graphics: 100System Load:UnknownLine Art: 90Photo: 100Speed: 60Download:Driver packages: x86 32 bit: 5.2.7 (RPM for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 5.2.7 (DEB for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 5.0.1 (RPM for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 5.0.1 (DEB for LSB 3.1) (Signed), x86 64 bit: 5.2.7 (RPM for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 5.2.7 (DEB for LSB 3.2) (Signed), 5.0.1 (RPM for LSB 3.1) (Signed), 5.0.1 (DEB for LSB 3.1) (Signed) (How to install)

ljet4 &nbsp(driver home page) Built-in Ghostscript driver for PCL 5e laser printers Supplier: GPL GhostscriptLicense: GPL (free software)User support:OpenPrinting forums (voluntary)Max. rendering resolution: 600x600dpi Only monochrome output Type: Ghostscript built-inText: 90Graphics: 60System Load:UnknownLine Art: 90Photo: 30Speed: 90Download:PPD file: View PPD, directly download PPD

Recommendation: Novice Windows users are recommended to use a driver update utility like DriverDoc [Download DriverDoc - Product by Solvusoft] to assist in updating HP Printer device drivers. This driver update utility makes sure that you are getting the correct drivers for your LaserJet 4L and operating system version, preventing you from installing the wrong drivers.

LaserJet 4L errors can be rooted in an outdated or corrupted device driver. Drivers can be stably reliable, but there are cases in which they suddenly stop working unexpectedly. The exciting news is that you can likely update the Printer device drivers in order to avoid malfunctions.

Downloading the correct drivers for a LaserJet 4L-related hardware device can be difficult because of the lack of sources, and difficulties locating them on the official HP (Hewlett Packard) website. Even if you are experienced at finding, downloading, and manually updating LaserJet 4L drivers, the process can still be very time consuming and extremely irritating. Incorrect hardware drivers can lead to more serious issues than just a faulty installation.

It is generally advised to use a driver software as updates can be time consuming and complex. Driver update utilities ensure you have correct drivers that are compatible with your hardware, it also guarantees that there is a backup of current drivers before any software/hardware changes are made. Backing up your drivers provides you with the security of knowing that you can rollback any driver to a previous version if something goes wrong.

Download the latest and official version of drivers for HP LaserJet 4L/mL Printer series. This driver package is available for 32 and 64 bit PCs. It is compatible with the following


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