The HP DesignJet 600 is an older 'plotter' (really a large Inkjet printer) and we have one that's still working great. We're in the process of upgrading workstations to new PCs running Windows7 64bit, and HP that printer any more since Vista.
Driver HP Designjet 600. 1) Also each one of us when the computer whising issue the command to the printer print out a document then the computer and printer must understand each other.
I thought we could attach it to a Linux system and go from there but it seem either and the HPLIP project too. AFAIK, attaching to a Windows XP system will let that XP print but I won't be able to share the printer and use it from the networked Windows7 given the lack of drivers. My current option seem to be 'printing' to pdf, moving the file on a Windows XP, and manually print it using Adobe Reader. Is there any better way to accomplish printing from the Windows 7 systems?
Enter E Gpv Gamepad Driver For Windows 10. Or at least to automatize the print to pdf >move file >print it process?
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