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I have a hewlitt packard 1610 and the scanner software got corrupted somehow. I did an uninstall with the hp disk and when I go to reinstall the all-in -one it gets to about 2 percent and stops with error situation code :54622158. It says the copy functions cannot be used. Can anyone help? :tazz:
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Here's a list of error messages from HP's website. I scanned it for that number you listed but it's not on the page.

http://h10025.www1.h...c=us&rule=54334

How much free space do you have on your hardrive? Did you shutdown your antivirus and any other utilities that may be running in the background before trying the install?

I'm wondering if there is something wrong with that disk. I would try and download the driver install software from HP's website.....

edit....I see so many bad optical drives out there, that I always carry spares with me. How old is that optical drive?

Edited by macten, 04 March 2006 - 07:21 PM.

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I downloaded the software from hp site and it installed. So evidently the disk was bad. Thanks alot
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