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Which mode I need select when HP UPD Driver ?

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I am learning , and I try to install a windows 7 as renderer..but I have a question then install HP UPD driver.
it ask me which mode I will use==>Traditional mode/Dynamic Mode and USB mode...I guess Traditional or Dynamic ..but who could tell me which one is a good choice (Because iprint document was not provide this information)

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wyldkao wrote:

> I am learning , and I try to install a windows 7 as renderer..but I
> have a question then install HP UPD driver.
> it ask me which mode I will use==>Traditional mode/Dynamic Mode and
> USB mode...I guess Traditional or Dynamic ..but who could tell me
> which one is a good choice (Because iprint document was not provide
> this information)


Don't install the HP UPD directly within Windows. Just extract the
files, and then when configuring the renderer (iprntrndcmd.exe -c)
specify the location of the extracted HP UPD files when asked.

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Hi
indeed, the document does not said the HP UPD need install to renderer...but I use install and go next step...it also seem work fine.
your mean "do not install" is "please does not insatll it , because it will cause something error" or "you maybe not install it , just let renderer use the driver"

thanks!!

wyldkao

jmarton;2274592 wrote:
wyldkao wrote:

> I am learning , and I try to install a windows 7 as renderer..but I
> have a question then install HP UPD driver.
> it ask me which mode I will use==>Traditional mode/Dynamic Mode and
> USB mode...I guess Traditional or Dynamic ..but who could tell me
> which one is a good choice (Because iprint document was not provide
> this information)


Don't install the HP UPD directly within Windows. Just extract the
files, and then when configuring the renderer (iprntrndcmd.exe -c)
specify the location of the extracted HP UPD files when asked.

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wyldkao wrote:

> your mean "do not install" is "please does not insatll it ,
> because it will cause something error" or "you maybe not install it ,
> just let renderer use the driver"


I'm not sure if it will cause a problem if you install it. Perhaps it
won't, but there is no need to do so, so I would recommend not
installing it and keeping the renderer machine is "clean" as possible.

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Hi
Thanks your reply.

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