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HP Deskjet 1220C Professional Series Printers - Setting up the Printer

Minimum system requirements
Check that your computer meets or exceeds the following requirements:
Operating System
Requirement
Microsoft (R) Windows 95/98
Windows Millennium Edition
Pentium (R) 60 megahertz (MHz) processor
16 megabytes (MB) RAM
At least 50 MB of free hard disk space
Windows 3.1x
486DX 66 MHz processor
8 MB RAM
At least 50 MB of free hard disk space
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000
Pentium 60 MHz processor
24 MB RAM
At least 50 MB of free hard disk space
Windows XP
Pentium 233 MHz processor
64 MB RAM
At least 1.50 GB of free hard disk space
Macintosh Systems
MAC OS 8.1 and later: USB connect Macintosh
MAC OS 7.6.1 and later: Network connect Macintosh
MS-DOS 3.3 or later
486DX 66 MHz processor
4 MB RAM
 note:
Graphics-intensive documents may require more than 50 MB of free hard-disk space.
Understanding the printer parts and functions
    Figure : Printer parts and functions
  1. Output tray
  2. Paper guides
  3. Access cover
  4. Bypass stopper
  5. Cartridge LED
  6. CANCEL button
  7. RESUME button
  8. POWER button
  9. Postcard guide
  10. Main paper tray
  11. USB port
  12. Parallel port
  13. Rear media feed
  14. Removable panel knob
  15. Removable panel
  16. Power input
Printer part
Part function
Output tray
Collects the printed pages
Paper guides
Guides the paper into the printer
Access cover
Gives access to the print cartridges and jammed paper
Bypass stopper
Lifts for inserting paper into the alternative top media feed
Cartridge LED
Blinks when the access cover is open or a cartridge error occurs
Cancel BUTTON
Cancels the current print job
Resume BUTTON
Blinks while waiting for a printed page to dry. Press it if you do not want to wait
Power BUTTON
Turns the power off and on
Postcard guide
Extends to guide short media into the printer
Main paper tray
Holds the standard paper
USB port
Jack for the Universal Serial Bus cable
Parallel port
Jack for the parallel cable
Rear media feed
Feeds thicker paper that requires a straight paper path
Removable panel knob
Turns counterclockwise for removing the rear panel, or clockwise to lock it
Removable panel
Alternate access to jammed paper
Power input
Connector for the power cable
Setting up the printer
The following graphics will guide you in setting up your printer.
Figure : Packaging tape removal
Figure : Output tray installation
Figure : Power cord connection
Figure : Paper installation
Figure : Print cartridge installation
Figure : Parallel interface cable connection
Figure : USB interface connection

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