no tab port in XP Device Manager

Adding a printer to add a printer, and when it gets to the tab port selection, there is no sheer USB001, only Com and Lpt, port...

where the selection of the USB port,

There is no tab port in the Device Manager either...

win xp pro sp3

HELP PLEASE

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Adding a printer to add a printer, and when it gets to the tab port selection, there is no sheer USB001, only Com and Lpt, port...

where the selection of the USB port,

There is no tab port in the Device Manager either...

win xp pro sp3

HELP PLEASE

Your question is confusing.

What is the Device Manager has to do with your question?

You have the printer driver on CD-ROM or downloaded?

If you mean there is no entry in the drop-down list, as shown in this image: http://screenshots.modemhelp.net/screenshots/Windows_XP/Printers/Add_Printer/03_%28Local%29/01_%28Use_Port%29_%28Select%29.shtml then you need to check the "Create a new port" to create the USB port.  Especially with HP printers, however, it is preferable to use the installation software as HP uses a USB port to measure.

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