Unable to Install HP Deskjet D1360 printer drivers in Windows 7, 8, 8.1,10

After upgrading to Windows 7/8/8.1/10, there are cases when your HP Deskjet D1360 printer fails to install successfully or it is not working as it should. You can use the HP Printer CD/DVD, that has come with your HP Deskjet Printer and then re-install printer driver using that disk. Still, there are chances that you may get some message that points out following errors:

  • Certclass.inf
  • Sccbase.dll
  • Enum
  • Gpkcsp.dll
  • Slbbcsp.dll

Such problem may occur because the printer driver available in your CD/DVD is outdated or it isn’t compatible with the currently installed Windows OS.
So, to successfully install the HP Deskjet D1360 printer drivers, you have to first uninstall the already installed that outdated driver from your PC.

Steps to Uninstall the Driver

  1. Open Run Command box. Its hotkey is “Win+R”.
  2. When Run Command box is opened, write “devmgmt.msc” in the box and then hit the OK button. It will open Device Manager window.
  3. In Device Manager window, you need to Print category and then select your printer. After that, do a right-click on your printer device and then press Uninstall option.
  4. When the printer device is uninstalled, just head over to the company website and get the right driver for your printer. You need to select and download the driver based on your system requirements.

If you use some HP printer, other than HP Deskjet D1360, and you are facing the same issue, then you can follow all the above steps to install the correct drivers for your HP printer.

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