Printers HP officejet j145 does not install on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

On my new Sony Vaio desktop running Windows 7 Edition family premium, when I plugged my USB for my printer HP officejet j145 connection, apparently found windows update driver generic Microsoft for d-series but starting failed. The error code returned is WindowsUpdate_80070570.    When I tried to use the Add Hardware Wizard to install the printer manually, the error message says parts of the driver are missing or damaged.

Does anyone have a solution for this?


First, make sure that you get rid of the old driver: don't miss the step 4.

"Then download the latest drivers from:

Do NOT connect the printer until the software tells you to do.

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