HP Deskjet D1341 Printer Driver Installation Requires Drive C:
Just last night, I reinstalled the Windows XP operating system on my HP dv1227us notebook computer. For some reason Windows XP installed itself on drive E: (even though there is only one hard drive in the notebook). After booting, I noticed there is no drive C: at all.
Today, I tried to install the driver for my HP Deskjet D1341 printer. But the installation software reported that "The system cannot find the path specified." (See screen shot below.)
I dug in the detailed log page to see what caused the problem. The installation worked just fine on my other computers. Based on the screen shot below, it seemed that HP engineers made a mistake hard-coding "c:\ut.bat" in its installation program. There is no drive C: on my computer.
I noticed that inserting a memory card into the memory card reader on the notebook caused the memory card to be assigned as drive C:. After doing that, I was able to successfully install the HP Deskjet D1341 printer driver.
i am unable to use my disk to down load HP deskjet D1341. HELP
What do you mean? Do you have the disc that came with your printer? Are you having trouble installing the printer driver?
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