Device not recognized! How do I add a HP-compatible USB printer port for printer installation?

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I am attempting to install a new HP LaserJet P1006 USB printer on Win98SE. HP says it is 'unsupported', but the Win9x drivers are on the supplied CD. The install properly detects the printer, installs MS USB Printer Support and gets almost to the end before it says that the device cannot be installed. The printer will install on LPT1, which is fine, except there is no USB printer port installed to re-direct the output. All I need is to add a HP-compatible USB printer port to the list. How can I do it?
ASKED: May 6, 2008  7:42 PM
UPDATED: May 6, 2008  7:53 PM

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Checkout this <a href=”http://www.usbman.com/win98seusbguide.htm”>resource</a>. This may assist with getting the USB port recognized first. Can you use any other USB devices like a memory stick?

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