Mini 110 and driver OfficeJet Pro 8500 wireless

I have an OfficeJet Pro 8500 909 g installed a few months, and it works very well with three laptops from Dell and a Dell desktop computer using the wireless connection.  Then, I bought an HP Mini 110 and tried to install the drivers for the 8500 from the disk provided with the 8500.  During the system check that the installer has determined that the screen resolution of 1024 x 576 of the Mini 110 was insufficient and demanded a screen resolution pass at 800 x 600.  Tried installing online - same problem w / ground 1024 x 576.  Got in a chat online with an HP technician - it offered to download and install the HP DeskJet 990c driver and gave me clear instructions on how to do so, claiming that he was 'the solution '.  While I am has not opposed in principle to 'the solution', I asked too many questions and either it bailed out put or the session has expired.

The questions are:

(1) the 990 c driver is actually a viable solution?  Some other threads I've read indicate that "mixing and matching" printers and drivers can have unexpected and unwanted results.

(2) I've read how to 'force' a change of screen resolution of 800 x 600, which probably (?) will I would install the 8500 drivers - but what happens if I change the sdcreen back to 1024 x 576 ground?  The ration of aspect printer or the print size or appearance get all messed up?

(3) why does it matter even the resolution of the screen?  Is it a question of WYSIWYG?  If it does so then 1024 x 576 ground is going to be a problem w / almost any printer, is not?

Thanks for any help you can give.



The software requires a minimum of 800 x 600 resolution so that the HP software can be completely visible on the screen. If the vertical resolution is less than 600, then there is a chance of the window not being is not completely visible, and so you may have problems using the scanner software. Follow the document below to force the resolution to 800 x 600 temporarily to install the software. Once you change the resolution back to the native, the software will work, but the window CAN be cut and not be entirely visible.

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