HP OfficeJet k7103 on Windows 7

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Hello, I have a client we just upgraded into Windows 7, and we are having issues with the printer (especially for the K7103). On the HP website, there is no drivers for the printer. All it says is Windows 7 will identify automatically. The problem is when I try to print a3 paper, it comes a3 but on the half sheet like Printing A4 ON A3'S paper.
Hope my question is understandable. Thanks a lot!


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Hi,

Maybe you can try this step:

  1. Install the software for XP
  2. Can you please try to use the compatibility of the software to use windows XP?

Do tell us if it works.

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  • designarena
    hello , i bought an HP Core i3 with windows 7 , and i'm having issues with the printer , specially for K7103,  there is no drivers for the printer. It says win7 will identify automatically , but the problem is when i try to print on a3 paper i don't get it. What comes is A4, legal & letter. How can i print on A3.
    hope my question is understandable , thanks alot
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  • Chouaib10
    i found it great
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