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ACAD 2000, Windows xp, HPdesignJet ..can't print

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I am using Windows XPpro w/SP3 with Autocad 2000. and an HP DesignJet 500 printer.
I recently had to format my hard drive due to a virus. I reinstalled all my programs,including ACAD2000 and put all my drawings on an external hard drive, and for some reason I am having trouble getting these entities to work together to print my ACAD drawings. (I ha no problem printing before this)

I installed the HP raster driver, dj500pclwuman.exe for windows xp.
I am able to print from CorelDraw and do everything else on ACAD except print/plot.
I get error messages stating that "either driver cannot be found, device cannot be found or driver has a problem", then switches to "Non plot device", then redirected to "Fast track to plotting help". and then I get a "memory allocation error".

I've been trying now for a few weeks with no success.
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