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HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology - Detailed MS Windows installation instructions

A series of dialog boxes appear during installation of the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology printing-system software in MS Windows operating systems.

Help, Back, Next, and Cancel buttons

Click the Help button on any screen where it appears to find suggestions for and explanations about the installation process.
Click the Back button in any installation dialog box to return to the previous dialog box. The specific dialog box depends on previous selections.
Select any options on a screen and click the Next button to proceed to the next step in the installation sequence.
To exit the installation sequence without installing the device, follow these steps from any dialog box where the Cancel button appears.
  1. Click Cancel. A dialog box opens that prompts you with this question: “Are you sure you want to cancel the installation?”
    Figure : Are you sure you want to cancel the installation? dialog box
  2. Click Yes. The Cancel dialog box opens, stating that the setup was unable to complete the installation.
    Figure : Cancel dialog box
  3. Click Finish to exit the installation.

Direct-connect installation through a USB port

The printing-system software should be installed before the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology is connected to the computer through a USB connection and turned on. During the installation process, the software generates a prompt to connect the device.

Unsupported operating system dialog box

The MS Windows NT 4.0 and MS Windows 98 operating systems do not support the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology. When attempting to install the software in these operating systems, an Unsupported Operating System dialog box appears.
An example of an Unsupported Operating System dialog box is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Setup Error – Unsupported Operating System, MS Windows 98

Installation dialog-box sequence

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Install the printing-system software before the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology is connected to the computer through a USB connection and turned on. During the installation process, the software generates a prompt to connect the device. For a network installation, connect the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology to the network and turn it on before installing the printing-system software.
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The dialog boxes shown in this STR appear in the Windows Vista or Windows XP Professional installation. The order and appearance of dialog boxes can vary among operating systems.
Click Install on the main screen of the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Windows printing-system software CD Browser. The Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Setup Wizard dialog box appears.
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If you are installing the printing-system software on a system that runs a non-supported default language, a Language Selection dialog box appears. Select any other language that is available on the Windows installation CD by clicking the down arrow on the drop-down menu, and then click OK to initiate the printing-system setup. The Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Setup Wizard dialog box appears.
Figure : Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Setup Wizard dialog box
Read the software-license agreement, and then click Yes to proceed with the installation.
The Printer Connection dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Printer Connection dialog box
Two options are available in the Printer Connection dialog box:
  • Connected to the network
  • USB Cable
    The I want to connect my printer after completing the setup wizard. check box is unavailable by default. Select USB Cable, and then select this check box to install the software now but connect to the device at a later time.
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The HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology does not support infrared connections or connections over a parallel port.
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Install the printing-system software before the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology is connected to the computer through a USB connection and turned on. During the installation process, the software generates a prompt to connect the device.
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When plugged into an individual device, a USB port is created during the driver installation. As a result, plugging in five different devices results in five new copies of the driver and five new USB ports. The extra copies of the driver can be deleted, but the extra ports cannot be deleted unless the extra copies of the driver are deleted while the USB is connected.
If the USB is disconnected, the extra driver copies can be deleted, but the extra USB ports cannot be deleted.
Select USB Cable (a direct connection that uses a USB 2.0 cable) and then click Next. The Model dialog box appears.
When installing the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology over the network, select Connected to the network in the Printer Connection dialog box, and then click Next.
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For a network installation, connect the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology to the network and turn it on before continuing to install the printing-system software.
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“Wired networking” refers to the print device being connected to the network through a network cable. For wireless installation instructions when using an HP Jetdirect ew2400 802.11g Wireless Print Server or an HP Direct 380x802.11B wireless print server, consult the documentation that comes with the print server.
If the network has a firewall that is blocking the installation, the Firewall Detected dialog box appears for Windows XP, or the Disable Your Firewall dialog box appears for Windows Vista, as shown in the following figures.
Figure : Firewall Detected dialog box (Windows XP)
Click Next to continue. The Searching dialog box appears.
Figure : Disable Your Firewall dialog box (Windows Vista)
Click the Windows Firewall Settings... link to open the Windows Firewall Settings dialog box. Select Off (not recommended), and then click OK to return to the Disable Your Firewall dialog box, and then click Next to continue. The Searching dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
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After installation is complete in Windows Vista, you will be prompted to re-enable the firewall on the Finish dialog box.
Figure : Searching dialog box
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When installing the device over a network, allow the search for the first subnet in the network to finish in order to find all available devices. After the first subnet is scanned for available HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology devices, the results appear in the Printers Found dialog box. However, the installer continues to search the network for additional devices. The results of the first search usually takes place within 20 seconds. Subsequently, the search of the other subnets for the full list of devices occurs. The results appear in the Printers Found dialog box.
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If the device does not appear, the installation process includes the option of using the TCP/IP address for the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology, which might be preferable to waiting for the installer to finish the search.
If no device is found during a network installation, the Printer Not Found dialog box appears for Windows XP or Windows Vista, as shown in the following figures.
Figure : Printer Not Found dialog box (Windows XP)
If this dialog box appears, the device might not be connected to the network. Ensure that the device is connected and turned on. If a firewall is blocking the installation and you want the installer to open a port through the firewall, click Next. The Check Printer Connection dialog box appears.
Figure : Printer Not Found dialog box (Windows Vista)
If this dialog box appears, the device might not be connected to the network. Ensure that the device is connected and turned on. If a firewall is blocking the installation, click the Windows Firewall Settings... link to open the Windows Firewall Settings dialog box. Select Off (not recommended), and then click OK to return to the Printer Not Found dialog box, and then click Next. The Check Printer Connection dialog box appears.
If the software finds devices, the Printers Found dialog box appears, containing a list of matching devices that have been found on the network, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Printers Found dialog box
Select the device to install and click Next. The Confirm Network Settings dialog box opens.
If the device to install is not listed and you know its TCP/IP address, click Search Again…. The Check Printer Connection screen appears.
If a single device is found, the Printer Found dialog box appears, containing a list of matching devices on the network. The Printer Found dialog box is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Printer Found dialog box
To install a different device, select No, I want to install a different printer. and then click Next. The Check Printer Connection dialog box opens, advising you to make sure the cable is properly connected, and giving you the option of searching again for a network device or specifying a device by address.
To install the device listed, select Yes, install this printer. and then click Next. The Confirm Network Settings dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Confirm Network Settings dialog box
In the Confirm Network Settings dialog box, click Next to continue the installation. The Installation Type dialog box appears.
If you click Change Settings…, the Confirm Change Setting dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
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When the TCP/IP configuration is changed by using the Change Settings button, the actual settings in the device change. Make changes to these settings only with the advice of the system administrator.
Figure : Confirm Changing Setting dialog box
If you select Yes and click Next, the Change TCP/IP Settings dialog box opens.
If you select No and click Next, the Installation Type dialog box appears.
Figure : Change TCP/IP Settings dialog box
If you change information in the IP Address:, Subnet Mask:, or Gateway: fields (without clicking Next) and then click Suggest Settings…, the fields refresh with information that was found by the installer and reported in the Printer Found screen.
Type a different TCP/IP Address, Subnet Mask, or Gateway address and then click Next to open the Confirm Network Settings dialog box.
If you clear the Use Default Port Name check box and click Next, the Set Port Name dialog box opens.
The Check Printer Connection dialog box, which appears when No, I want to install a different printer. is selected in the Printer Found dialog box or if the system failed to detect the device over the network, is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Check Printer Connection dialog box
If you select Search again for all available printers and then click Next, the Searching dialog box opens.
If you select Specify a printer by address and then click Next, the Specify Printer dialog box opens. The Specify Printer dialog box is shown in the following figure.
If you select Enter settings for a printer not on the network. and then click Next, the Printer Settings dialog box appears.
Figure : Specify Printer dialog box
Specify a device by selecting one of the following options and typing the required information:
  • Hardware Address (MAC)
  • IP Address
  • IP Hostname
When you click Next, the Searching dialog box opens. When the search is finished, the Printer Found dialog box opens.
If you click Enter settings for a printer not on the network in the Check Printer Connection dialog box and then click Next, the Printer Settings dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Printer Settings dialog box
To install the device by using the hardware address, select Hardware Address (MAC), type the device hardware address in the field, and then click Next to continue the installation. The Set Port Name dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
To install the device using the TCP/IP address, select IP Address, type the device TCP/IP address in the field, and then click Next to continue the installation. The Set Port Name dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Set Port Name dialog box
Accept the default port name, or type a port name in the Port Name: field and click Next to open the Confirm Network Settings dialog box.
Figure : Model dialog box
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The Model dialog box appears only during a software-first, direct connection installation.
Select the device model, and then click Next to open the Installation Type dialog box.
Figure : Installation Type dialog box
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For a USB Cable connection (a "direct connection" using a USB 2.0 cable), the Typical with Fax Installation installation type is not available.
To view details about the installation types, click Details…. The Details dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Installation typeDetails dialog box
Click OK to return to the Installation Type dialog box.
Select Typical Installation to install only the HP PCL 6 driver and screen fonts. If you select Typical Installation and then click Next, the Ready to Install dialog box opens.
Select Typical with Fax Installation to install the HP PCL 6 driver, the HP MFP Send Fax driver, and screen fonts. If you select Typical with Fax Installation and then click Next, the Ready to Install dialog box opens.
If you select Custom Installation and then click Next, the Feature Selection dialog box opens, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Feature Selection dialog box
An empty check box indicates that the feature is not installed. A check mark appears next to any driver or document that is to be installed.
Information about the space required and the space available on the hard drive appears in the dialog box.
Select any combination of features for the installer. It is possible to create a custom installer that installs features without including a print driver. Select the drivers and support documents to install.
To view details about the features, click Details…. The Details dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Details dialog box
Click OK to return to the Feature Selection dialog box.
In the Feature Selection dialog box, click Next to continue the installation. The Ready to Install dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Ready to Install dialog box
Click Install to start the installation process.
Click Printer Properties to open the Printer Properties dialog box.
Figure : Printer Properties General tab
On the General tab, the device name can be changed by typing a new name in the Printer Name: field.
Use the Location: and Comment: fields to describe the device, as appropriate.
To use the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology as the default device, select the Use this as the default printer and select Yes in the drop-down menu. No is selected by default.
If the device is being installed on a network and it will be shared among users, select Shared and then click Yes in the drop-down menu. The device is not shared by default.
Click OK to return to the Ready to Install dialog box.
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If you share the device on Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows 2000 operating systems, type a name. Additional print driver support for other operating systems is also available.
If the device is not shared, additional driver support is not available.
In the Ready to Install dialog box, click Next to begin the process of copying and installing the printing-system software folders and files. The Installation Status dialog box is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Installation Status dialog box
This dialog box remains on the screen until the installation is complete.
When the installation is complete, the Finish dialog box appears for Windows XP or Windows Vista, as shown in the following figures.
Figure : Finish dialog box (Windows XP)
Click Finish to close the Finish dialog box and exit the installer.
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Depending on the type of installation and selected options, additional steps might appear after you click Finish.
The HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Next Steps dialog box appears.
Figure : Finish dialog box (Windows Vista)
Click the Windows Firewall Settings... link to open the Windows Firewall Settings dialog box. Select On (recommended), and then click OK to return to the Finish dialog box.
Click Finish to close the Finish dialog box and exit the installer.
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Depending on the type of installation and selected options, additional steps might appear after you click Finish and you might be prompted to restart the computer.
The HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Next Steps dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Next Steps — Congratulations dialog box
To verify that the device is connected, click Print Driver Test Page.
Figure : Test Page dialog box
If the test page prints correctly, click OK to continue. If it does not print, open the Printer Properties tab and try to print another test page, or click Troubleshoot.

Modify a pre-existing installation

If an HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology has been previously installed, the appearance of the main installation screen changes on the CD Browser, and the install-printer setting changes to Modify Installation. A pre-existing installation also changes the sequence of installation screens.
When you click Modify Installation on the main Windows installation CD Browser screen, the Setup Maintenance dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Setup Maintenance dialog box
Select the Add an additional printer or printer driver option and then click Next to add a print driver other than the one that was added during the previous installation. When you select this option, the installer discovers a list of available devices upon which to install the software, and a list appears from which to choose the installation type.
Select the Add HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology software to your system option and then click Next to add additional software, or to upgrade drivers you have previously installed on the system. When you select this option, the installer does not perform discovery of the previous installation. The options that appear are the same as those that appear when the original installation was performed.
Select the Remove all HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology software or drivers from your system option and then click Next. The Ready to Remove dialog box appears, a shown in the following figure.
Figure : Ready to Remove dialog box
Click Remove to uninstall the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology printing-system software. The Un-installation Status dialog box appears and remains on the screen until the uninstallation is complete.
When the uninstallation is complete, the Finish dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Uninstallation Finish dialog box
Click Finish to close the Finish dialog box and exit the installer.

Install drivers by using Add Printer

If the computer is running a 64‑bit MS Windows operating system, install the corresponding 64‑bit driver. The 64‑bit drivers are included on the software CD-ROM. Use the following steps to install a driver by using the Add Printer Wizard.
  1. Insert the Windows installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
  2. Go to the Add Printer feature in MS Windows.
    In Windows XP, click Start on the desktop, click Settings, and then click Printers and Faxes. The Printers and Faxes window appears. Click Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard screen appears.
    In Windows 2000, click Start on the desktop, click Settings, click Printers, and then click Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard screen appears.
  3. Use the Add Printer Wizard to find and connect to the device.
  4. Select the Have disk option on the Install Printer Software screen, and navigate to one of the driver files on the Windows software CD in Windows Vista, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003:
    • To install the HP PCL 6 driver, select the following file:
      \Drivers\<operating system>\PCL6\hpc8060u.inf
    • To install the HP PCL 5 driver, select the following file:
      \Drivers\<operating system>\PCL5\hpc8060t.inf
    • To install the PS Emulation driver, select the following file:
      \Drivers\<operating system>\PS\hpc8060v.inf
    • To install the HP MFP Send Fax driver, select the following file:
      For 32-bit: \Driver\<your operating system>\SendFax\hpc4730e.inf
      For 64-bit: \Driver\<operating system>\SendFax\hpc4730w.inf
  5. Complete the wizard steps. The driver is installed as part of the process.

Installer Customization Wizard for Windows

System administrators can use the Installer Customization Wizard to customize the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology installer by preconfiguring the installation options in a response file. To start the utility, click Optional Software on the main menu of the Windows software CD Browser, and then click Installer Customization Wizard.
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For detailed information about the Installer Customization Wizard, see the Installer Customization Wizard Administrator's Guide, which is available on the System Administrator's CD.

Run the Installer Customization Wizard

The Installer Customization Wizard runs from the Windows software installation CD. It runs separately from the common Microsoft Installer (MSI), and has its own interface.
Running the Installer Customization Wizard produces one installation package and a response file (RESPONSE.INI) for a single-system installation. The installation package might work for multiple systems that have the same response information, or the RESPONSE.INI file can be directly edited for system-configuration differences. The HP Driver Preconfiguration Support Guide provides the exact text for replacing entries in the RESPONSE.INI file.
To run the Installer Customization Wizard
  1. Insert the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Windows software CD into the CD-ROM drive.
  2. On the CD Browser main screen, click Optional Software.
  3. Click Installer Customization Wizard.
  4. Follow the instructions in the dialog boxes to complete the installer customization.

Dialog boxes

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If you are installing the printing-system software on a system that runs a non-supported default language, a Language Selection dialog box appears. Select any other language that is available on the Windows installation CD by clicking the down arrow on the drop-down menu, and then click OK to initiate the printing-system setup. The Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Installation Customization Wizard dialog box appears.
The Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Installation Customization Wizard dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Welcome to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology Installation Customization Wizard dialog box
Click Next. The Software License Agreement dialog box appears , as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Software License Agreement dialog box
To cancel the installation, click Cancel on this or any other screen where it appears (see ).
Read the software-license agreement, select I agree, and then click Next to open the Language dialog box , as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Language dialog box
Select the language in which the customization package will be installed. The language selection is recorded in the response file.
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After installation, the language used in the driver is limited to the one that was selected in the Language dialog box during installation. Maintenance mode does not provide options for changing the language.
To change the language on a system that used an Installer Customization Wizard installation, uninstall the software, and then install a new device in order to restore the option to install other languages.
Click Next to open the Printer Port dialog box, as shown in the following figure.
Click Back on this or any screen where it appears to return to a previous screen.
Figure : Printer Port dialog box
Select Network Path to make the text field available for a queue-name entry. If you select Network Path and click Browse..., the Browse for Printer dialog box opens.
Figure : Browse for Printer dialog box
Navigate to a device and click OK to record the path in the Network Path field in the Printer Port dialog box. Click Cancel to close the Browse for Printer dialog box.
Type a network path or use the Browse for Printer dialog box to complete the Network Path field, and then click Next to open the Model dialog box.
In the Printer Port dialog box, select Local (direct connect) port and then click Next to open the Model dialog box.
In the Printer Port dialog box, select New TCP/IP Port and then click Next to open the Specify TCP/IP Port dialog box. This dialog box includes all custom network ports that are available on the local system. To use any custom network port for the customized installer, the port must be created identically on the system where it will be used.
Figure : Specify TCP/IP Port dialog box
Select IP Address: to make the field available for typing the TCP/IP address for the device. Only numerals are allowed in this field. If this option is selected, type at least one digit in the IP Address field to prevent an error message from appearing and prompting for a valid IP address.
Select IP Hostname to make the field available for typing the IP hostname for the device. Any characters are allowed in this field, but an error message appears if spaces are included in the field. If this option is selected, type at least one character in the IP Hostname field to prevent an error message from appearing and prompting for a valid IP hostname.
Select Hardware Address to make the field available for typing the hardware address of the device. Any characters are allowed in this field, but the entry is limited to 12 characters. If this option is selected, type at least one character in the Hardware Address field to prevent an error message from appearing and prompting for a valid hardware address.
After selecting any of the options, type the appropriate name or address and then click Next. The Model dialog box opens.
For each of the options in the Specify TCP/IP Port dialog box, either use the default port name, as specified in each of the three options, or specify a different name.
To use the default port name, select Use Default and click Next. To specify a different name, click Specify, type a port name, and click Next. The Port Creation Options dialog box appears.
Figure : Port Creation Options dialog box
Select No, do no create the port (the printer will not be installed) if you do not want to create a port.
If you select Yes, create the port, type the device hardware address in the Hardware Address field and then click Next to open the Model dialog box.
If you click Next without typing a hardware address, a network setup error message appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Please enter a Hardware address.: Network Setup Error dialog box
Figure : Model dialog box
Select the device model and click Next. The Drivers dialog box appears.
Figure : Drivers dialog box
Any combination of features can be selected for the installer, and none depends on any other selection. It is possible to create a custom installer that installs features without including a print driver. Select the drivers to install.
To view details about the drivers, click Details…. The driver Details dialog box appears.
Figure : Driver Details dialog box
All of the drivers that are available on the Drivers dialog box are described in the Details dialog box. Click OK to return to the Drivers dialog box.
On the Drivers dialog box, select one or more drivers, and click Next to continue the installation.
The Driver Configuration dialog box appears.
Figure : Driver Configuration dialog box
To preconfigure the driver settings, select Yes, allow me to configure the drivers, and click Next. The Driver Configuration dialog box changes to show two tabs:
  • Printing Preferences
  • Device Settings
These tabs are shown in the following figures.
Figure : Printing Preferences tab
Figure : Device Settings tab
Select the settings on each tab. For each setting, a drop-down menu appears that lists the options. If the setting can be locked, a Lock check box appears beside the drop-down arrow. For example, the Print on Both Sides (Duplex) setting can be locked to ensure that users use double-sided printing.
In some instances, an Invalid Selection message might appear. For example, when Left Edge Binding is selected for the Booklet Printing option, an error message appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Invalid Selection dialog box
When the settings have been selected, click Next to continue the installation.
The Additional Software dialog appears.
Figure : Additional Software dialog box
To view details about the additional software, click Details. The additional software Details dialog box appears.
Figure : Additional software Details dialog box
All the software selected in the Additional Software dialog box is described in the Details dialog box. Click OK to return to the Additional Software dialog box.
In the Additional Software dialog box, click Next to open the Custom Installer Location dialog box, which is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Custom Installer Location dialog box
Use the Location: text field to type a location in which to save the custom installer. The field is large, but is limited as to the number of characters that it can accommodate.
To change the location of the custom installer, click Browse…, navigate to the appropriate folder in which to save the custom installer, and click OK to return to the Custom Installer Location dialog box.
Click Next to open the Ready to Create Installer dialog box, which is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Ready to Create Installer dialog box
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The location for the installer package defaults to c:\<name of printer>.
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During installation, several files, including system files, are placed at the root of the directory that appears in the Location field. Make sure that enough space is available on the directory before continuing.
Click Printer Properties to open the Printer Properties dialog box.
Figure : Printer Properties General tab
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Click any of the device properties to make the field available for typing or to see the drop-down menu selections.
On the General tab, change the device name by typing a new name in the Printer Name field.
Use the Location and Comment fields to describe the device, or leave these fields blank.
To use the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology as the default device, select Yes in the Use this as the default printer drop-down menu.
To share the device over a network, select Yes in the Shared drop-down menu. The default setting is No.
Click OK to return to the Ready to Create Installer dialog box.
In the Ready to Create Installer dialog box, click Next to begin the process of copying and installing the printing-system software folders and files. The Installing dialog box is shown in the following figure.
Figure : Installing dialog box
This dialog box remains on the screen until the status bar fills.
Click Cancel to close the Installer Customization Wizard without creating the customized printing-system software package.
When the creation is complete, the Finish dialog box appears, as shown in the following figure.
Figure : Finish dialog box
Click Finish to close the Finish dialog box and exit the Installer Customization Wizard.

Distribution

The installation package is now ready for distribution. It is the same as the package on the Windows printing-system CD, except that it is limited to one language, and it contains the selected features and options. To install the custom installation package, run the SETUP.EXE file from the root of the package.
For detailed information, see the HP Driver Preconfiguration Support Guide, which is available on the System Administrator's CD.

Point-and-Print installation for Windows Vista, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003

Use the following information to install a print driver by using the Microsoft Point-and-Print feature when you do not connect directly to the device on the network.
Point and Print is a Microsoft term that describes a two-step driver installation process. The first step is to install a shared driver on a network print server. The second step is to "point" to the print server from a network client so that the client can use the print driver.
This section outlines the procedures for installing print drivers by using Point and Print. If these procedures are not successful, contact Microsoft. HP provides print drivers that are compatible with the Point-and-Print feature, but this is a function of the MS Windows operating systems, not of HP print drivers.
Administrator privileges are necessary to install the print driver on a Windows Vista, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 operating system.
In a homogenous operating system environment (one in which all of the clients and servers are running in the same operating system), the same print driver version that is vended from the server to the clients in a Point and Print environment also runs and controls the print queue configuration on the server. However, in a mixed operating system environment (one in which servers and clients might run on different operating systems), conflicts can occur when client computers run a version of the print driver that is different from the one on the print server.
In an effort to increase operating system stability, Microsoft determined that, starting with Windows 2000 and continuing with all future operating systems, print drivers would run as user-mode processes. User-mode drivers run in a protected part of the operating system, as do all of the normal end-user processes and software programs. A user-mode print driver that functions incorrectly can terminate (or “crash”) only the process in which it is running—not the whole operating system. Because access to critical system resources is restricted, overall operating system stability is increased.
For more information, see the information about print-server operating-system migration at:

Test drivers

For testing or backup purposes, it is possible to install printing-system software that was developed for another HP device and create a port to print to the HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology.

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