If you’ve ever printed anything from your computer, you’ve used a printer driver. The printer driver is a software program that takes the data from the computer and converts it to a specific format for a printer. Over time, drivers may need to be repaired, replaced or deleted. If you need to delete a Universal HP Printer Driver from your system, you’ll find that it’s quite simple.
Deleting a Universal HP Printer Driver
- Locate your Printers folder. In Windows XP, it will be found in the Control Panel under “Printers.” In Windows Vista and Windows 7, it will be found when you click on the “Start” menu and look under the list “Devices and Printers.”
- Open the folder and locate the “HP Universal Printing Pxx” file. Highlight and delete it.
- Select “File” and “Server Properties.” You will find four tabs. Click on the tab labeled “Drivers.”
- Find the “HP Universal Printing Pxx” file, located on the list of all the drivers you currently have installed. When you locate it, highlight the file.
- Click on the option that is labeled “Remove,” which gets rid of the Universal HP Printer Driver.
- Restart your computer if necessary.
- Before you remove any drivers, write down exactly which driver you are removing. In case of an error, you can always add the driver back into the system.
- Always check to make sure that you are using the most current version driver. Older versions may cause problems and conflict with installed programs.
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