I have a clj 8550dn that was working perfectly in xp-sp3. Recently installed Windows 7 64 bit and allowed Windows to install drivers. It is a very basic driver. Hp 650 Driver Download Windows 7. There are no option selections. I have used the printer in every upgrade since the printer came out new and never had problems.
(PS or PCL) The option to use a straight paper path (left output) is no longer available. I found drivers on th HP site and tried Windows 7 64 bit, Vista 64 bit, tried running in compatibility mode with the same results. I finally found one for the PS driver that gives me a document output option for straight paper path under the finishing tab, but it continues to output to the top. Not good when running thick paper which I do all the time. I also do alot of 6x9 envelopes that need to go to the left output tray.
HP Color LaserJet 8550 c7096aabm. HP Color LaserJet 8550n c7097aakv. HP Color LaserJet 8550n c7097a. HP Color LaserJet 8550n c7097aabm. Printer Type. Drivers & Utilities, HP. The 8550N produces 24 ppm black-and-white, 6 ppm color; the 4550N produces 16 ppm black-and-white, 4 ppm color. The LaserJet 4550N comes with a one-year limited on-site warranty.
The PCL driver I installed does not have this option at all and keeps telling me I have a conflict with mailbox output and scrolls thru about of dozen output errors before it settles down to the print dialog box. Under Windows XP SP3 I use both PS and PCL depending on the printing needs. Canon Camera Wifi Protocol.
I have a small print shop and this has cost me much time loss. My only salvation is I have installed Win 7 on a separated hard drive and XP is on another separate hard drive so I can boot to either one until I was satisfied that Windows 7 will provide the performance I need before I shut off xp for good. I am very disappointed in the lack of support for the old workhorses. I am also experiencing similar disfunction in the CLJ4550 and LJ4100, Scanjet 8250. Would appreciate any productive assistance in getting things up and running properly.