Download HP LaserJet P1007 Driver for Windows

HP LaserJet series printers have always been a solid choice when it comes to reliable high-demand printing. The LaserJet P1007 is one such model that is a popular choice with consumers and small offices. It is a small, light-weight, monochrome laser printer. But with newer versions of Windows, it may become harder to get support. If a driver is needed for Windows 10, or even Windows 11, you may need to download and install the HP LaserJet P1007 driver manually.

Manual install of the HP LaserJet P1007 Driver

To manually install the driver, download the installer from the HP support website and execute the installer.

  1. Open a web browser and navigate to the HP support page for printer software.
  2. Enter the model number in the search box under Enter your product name.
    HP printer Support Online
  3. Click the result link under the search box.
    Note: If the result link does not show, click the Submit button and click the HP LaserJet P1007 link in the search results.
  4. On the HP product support page, check that the Detected operating system matches your Windows version (1). If it does not, click the Choose a different OS link next to it to select the correct Windows version.
  5. Click the Driver-Product Installation Software link and then the Basic Drivers link to show the available driver details and download option.
    Download HP LaserJet P1007 Driver
  6. Click the Download link to download the printer driver installer (2).
  7. Open a File Explorer window and navigate to the file location of the downloaded installer.
  8. Double-click the file to execute the HP LaserJet P1007 driver installer. In this example, the file name is ljP1000_P1500-HB-pnp-win64-en.exe.
    Note: Click Yes in the User Account Control window when it shows to confirm the execution of the installer.
  9. Follow the instructions in the installer program to complete the driver installation.
    HP driver installer

Installation without running the HP Driver Installer

If for some reason you cannot use the downloaded installer to install the printer, there is another option. Use a program like 7-Zip to extract the contents of the downloaded installer file.

  1. Download and install the 7-Zip program.
  2. Right-click the downloaded installer file in the Windows File Explorer.
  3. In the popup menu, select 7-Zip and then click Extract to “ljP1000_P1500-HB-pnp-win64-en.exe \” (the suggested folder name will vary depending on the name of the downloaded file).
    Note: In Windows 11, you may need to click Show more options in the popup menu before the 7-Zip option is visible.
    Extract HP LaserJet P1007 driver files

After this, use our instructions to manually install a driver in Windows to install the printer from the Windows Device Manager.

As always, we recommend you use DriverFinder to find and download the latest drivers for your Windows devices. The drivers for the HP LaserJet P1007 are included!

Hopefully with the above instructions, you can get your HP LaserJet P1007 working again. Even though it is from 2012, it can still function as a reliable printer.

A driver cannot load on this device ene.sys

When you are updating Windows 11 to the latest version, you might see an error pertaining to the file called ENE.SYS. The error indicates that the driver cannot load. This problem is a result of the security settings in Windows 11 in combination with an older version of the ene.sys file.

A driver cannot load on this device ene.sys

What is ene.sys?

The ene.sys file is a driver file. Like other .sys files on Windows systems, it is a device driver that enables the communication between Windows and a hardware device. The ene.sys file is part of a system called MSI Mystic Light, which controls lights in a PC. This is typically used in gaming systems and is used by MSI for their gaming systems.

Mystic Light is installed as part of the MSI Dragon Center or MSI Center.

Option 1 – disable the memory integrity check

To enhance security Windows 11 has an option called core isolation. You can read all about it on the Microsoft website, but in short, it is a memory security feature that helps prevent critical components from being affected by malware or crashing the system.

To disable the core isolation (memory access protection) in Windows 11, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Windows 11 Settings from the Start menu.
  2. In the Settings window, click Privacy & security option in the left-hand pane (1).
  3. Next, click Windows Security in the right-hand pane (2).
    Windows 11 Security Settings
  4. Scroll down in the list of Protection areas until you see Device security and click it. The Windows Security window will open with Device security active.
  5. Now click the Core isolation details link.
  6. Toggle the option Memory integrity to Off.
    Disable Memory Integrity in Windows 11

Changing the Memory integrity option to Off will allow incompatible drivers to be loaded. That includes the version of the ene.sys that was shown in the initial error message.

As you will realize, this change will reduce the level of security on your Windows 11 PC. So, it is not the most desired option, but if no newer driver is available, it is the only option to load the driver.

Option 2 – Updating the ene.sys driver file

The better option to deal with the incompatible driver is to install an updated version of the device driver. Installing a later version of the ene.sys file can fix the problem. This will allow the Memory integrity to be enabled and load the ene.sys driver at the same time.

To update the Mystic Light version for MSI, you use the MSI Gaming Center software. Or for Windows 11, the new MSI Center software. The MSI Center can be downloaded from the MSI website.

After downloading and installing the MSI Center, run it to find the Mystic Light option and click the Update button. If the Mystic Light is not in the Installed list, find it under the Installable items and install it to get the latest version.

Mystic Light in MSI Center

Once the installation of the new Mystic Light version is complete, enable the Memory integrity option in Windows 11 again.

Windows 11 will check the drivers installed on the system for compatibility.

Enable Memory integrity in Windows 11

If all drivers are compatible, the option will be enabled and the Core isolation will function properly.

In case a driver is found not to be compatible, Windows 11 will show a message in the notification area.

Incompatible drivers for core isolation

Click the Review incompatible drivers link in Windows Security to find out which drivers are incompatible.

Non-MSI vendors

What if you never used an MSI hardware product? There are other light control products used by other vendors that use the ENE solution as well. Have a look at Trident Z Lighting Control by G.SKILL, ASUS Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and NZXT CAM. SignalRGB is a non-vendor solution for RGB sync.

It is important to only install one of these solutions though, as they can use similar software components and interfere with each other’s operation.

In general, we recommend keeping device drivers up to date. Using the latest versions ensures the most recent digital certificates on the driver files and the best compatibility with Windows 11. Use our DriverFinder program if you have trouble finding an updated driver.

Manually remove ene.sys and related files

In case you cannot fix it by installing, updating, or uninstalling software related to light sync, you might need to do a manual cleanup of anything related to ENE.SYS.

That means checking the Program Files folders on your system for any ENE subfolders and deleting them. Then search for ENE.SYS and ENE.DLL on the system disk and remove those files as well.

The last step is to search for ENE in the Windows Registry and remove any entries related to the driver. Make sure to make a backup of the Registry first by using the Export option in the Registry Editor!

Canon Printer Driver for Windows

Although Canon is known for cameras, its product range also includes printers. Canon offers printers for both the home user, as well as professional office users. Inkjets, laser printers, photo printers, and multi-function devices for scanning, copying, and printing. A Canon printer driver is required to enable Windows to use your printer if you are using a Canon printer in combination with a Windows PC.

Which Canon printer driver is required is determined by the printer model and connection type. Older Canon printers can use a USB port (or even a parallel port), while modern models often use a wireless connection or ethernet connection.

Download a Driver from Canon

As with many computer devices, the software for these devices can be obtained either directly from Microsoft or the product manufacturer. In the case of Canon, the best place to start for finding a printer driver is the Canon website.

  1. Open a web browser and visit the Canon printer website.
  2. Select the type of user you are in the top menu (1).
  3. Next, click the Support option in the main menu (2).
    Canon support website
  4. In the Search field, type the model number for your printer.
    Note: With most Canon printers, the model number is clearly visible on the front or top of the device. If not, look at the sticker on the back or bottom of the device.
  5. In the search result click the link for the product support (2).
    Canon printer model selection
  6. The web page shown next is specific to the selected product. Click the Software & Drivers option next to the printer image.
    Canon printer driver software
  7. Before you can download the Canon printer driver for your model, you need to select the Operating System (1) and Version of the operating system (2).
    Select Windows version
    Note: If your Windows version is not listed, the printer might not be supported on that version. You can try a driver for an earlier Windows version (make sure the architecture is correct – 32/64 bit), but there is no guarantee that it will work.
  8. Next, change the Type to Drivers, so the Results will only list the Canon printer drivers rather than all software.
    Canon printer drivers support
  9. Now click the DOWNLOAD button next to the top recommended entry in the result list. The top recommendation will be the latest version of the Canon printer driver for your printer model.
  10. Click the Yes button to confirm the License Agreement for the driver software if requested.
  11. Wait for the driver file to be downloaded. If required, select the destination on disk for the file when prompted (browser dependent).
  12. Click the Close button on the Canon web page to close the download page.
  13. Open a File Explorer window (Windows + E keys), and navigate to the Download location.
  14. To start the installation of the downloaded Canon printer driver, double-click the downloaded file (or select it and press Enter).
    Execute Canon Driver Installer File
  15. Click Yes in the UAC window to confirm the start of the setup program.
  16. If the printer setup starts automatically, follow the on-screen instructions to install the Canon printer driver (and software).
  17. In some cases, especially for older printer models, the downloaded file is a self-extracting executable. When executing the program, the installation files are extracted into a subfolder.
    Canon extracted driver files
  18. In this case, open the subfolder and navigate into the further subfolders (1) until you see the Setup.exe for the driver. Double-click Setup.exe to install the driver (2).
    Execute Canon driver installer
  19. Next, follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver.
    Canon Printer driver setup

After these steps, your Canon printer driver is installed, and Windows should be able to communicate with the device.

In Windows 11, use Settings -> Bluetooth & devices -> Printers & scanners to see the installed printers on the PC. Click the printer to print a test page, change the preferences or run the troubleshooter.

Find a Canon Printer driver elsewhere

If you cannot find a driver for your Canon printer on the Canon support site, first make sure you have the right country selection. Not all Canon printers are sold and supported in all regions, so it is important to select the right region.

But for older Canon printers, support is no longer available directly from Canon. Canon offers support up to 10 years after the first release of its products. In that case, you will need to find a driver elsewhere. The best location is an original installation CD since you are certain it is a trusted source. The problem with that (apart from that they often get lost over time), is that it might not be the latest version. Compatibility with newer versions of Windows can be a problem.

Searching online for a driver can give you the right driver if you know how to look for it. But a better solution in most cases is to use a Driver Finder program to locate the driver for you. This program will scan your PC for all devices present and suggest the latest, correct drivers for your version of Windows.

Lenovo Camera Driver for Windows 11

Using Windows 11 on a laptop can be great, assuming everything is working. And if you want to use your Lenovo laptop for video chat or video conferencing, you need the audio features and camera to be working. To make sure the Lenovo Integrated Camera is working, the right Lenovo camera driver needs to be installed.

Download and install the Lenovo camera driver

Since Lenovo uses different camera components in its laptops (Sonix, Realtek, and others), it is important to get the right driver for your device. The first place to look for the right Lenovo camera driver is the Lenovo support website.

  1. Open an Internet browser and visit the Lenovo support website.
  2. The website will automatically direct you to your local support site (region and language). If not, make sure to disable any VPN software you might be using.
  3. On the webpage, click the SUPPORT menu and then click PC.
    Lenovo PC support
  4. On the next page, enter the serial number or the model name of your Lenovo laptop and press Enter.
    Find Lenovo Laptop
    Tip: If you do not know either, you can use the Browse Product option, although that will also require you to know the model name/number.
  5. Once you selected your product, you will see the Product Home page for your Lenovo laptop. Click the View Product Details link to show the extra options.
    Lenovo Product Details
  6. Next, click the Drivers and Software link.
    Lenovo manual driver update
  7. On the Drivers & Software page, select the option Manual Update.
  8. Then click the option Camera and Card Reader.
  9. On the Camera and Card Reader page, click the downward pointing arrow to the right of the first entry of the Integrated Camera Driver for your Windows version.
    Note: If no Windows 11 driver is available, try the Windows 10 driver since they are compatible. The entries in the list are sorted by date, newest on top, so you want the first entry for the newest Lenovo camera driver.
    Download Lenovo Integrated Camera Driver
  10. Now click the download icon next to the Integrated Camera driver to start the download.
  11. Once the download completes, run the downloaded file to install the driver and follow the on-screen instructions.
    Install Lenovo Camera Driver

 

Update the Lenovo Camera Driver from the Device Manager

If a camera device is already recognized by Windows 11, it will show up in the Device Manager. In that case, updating the integrated camera driver directly from within Windows 11 is also possible.

  1. Press the Windows + R keys and type “devmgmt.msc” in the Run box. Press Enter to confirm, or click OK. This will start the Device Manager.
    Windows 11 Start Device Manager
  2. In the Device Manager, expand the category Cameras or Imaging devices.
  3. Right-click the webcam device that is present, and then select Update driver in the popup menu.
    Update Integrated Camera Driver
  4. Next, click the option Search automatically for drivers to let Windows 11 use the Microsoft update catalog for finding and updating the Lenovo camera driver.
  5. Click the Close button and then close the Device Manager window.

If no new version of the integrated camera driver is found, Windows 11 will show a message stating that “The best drivers for your device are already installed”. Windows 11 depends on manufacturers providing the latest drivers for their devices to Microsoft for inclusion in the Update Catalog. Depending on the age of your laptop and support for Windows 11 for it, this method may or may not find an updated driver.

Using a Driver Update Program

As mentioned earlier in this article, Lenovo and other laptop manufacturers use third-party components for their integrated webcams. A common component these days is the Realtek webcam device, but other webcam components are also used. Sonix, Sunplus, and Ricoh are other common choices.

This means that if no camera driver for Windows 11 is available from Lenovo for your integrated camera, another manufacturer may have a driver available for Windows 11. The easiest way to find the right driver, in that case, is to use our driver finder program. The software will automatically scan for all devices on your computer, including webcams, and find any suitable driver for your device matching your Windows version.

If your Lenovo webcam is still not working, maybe this guide to solving webcam problems is of help.

Intel UHD Graphics 620

The Intel UHD Graphics 620 is a graphics solution from Intel for mobile computers. It is integrated into the 8th generation Kaby Lake processors (or core U-series laptop processors). Since it is integrated into the processor chip, it does not come with its own memory but uses system RAM instead (up to 32 GB of shared memory can be used).

The main future of the Intel UHD graphics 620 processing unit is that it is a low-power solution (only uses 15W maximum). It supports DirectX 12, operates at 300 MHz frequency (can be boosted to up to 1000 MHz), and is an upgrade from the Intel HD 620 graphics solution. Full specs can be found at Intel.

Although usable for some gaming, the chip is not comparable to dedicated, external graphics solutions like the AMD and Nvidia graphics chips.

Intel UHD Graphics 620 Driver

To make sure the Intel UHD graphics 620 produces the best results, it is important to install the latest Intel drivers for it. Drivers are available for all Windows version from XP to Windows 11.

The right drivers will make sure the 4K resolution (at 60Hz) is supported and that DisplayPort 1. And HDMI 2.0 are properly working.

To get the latest driver for the Intel UHD 620 solution, download the latest version from the Intel support site. The file name will be something like gfx_win_xxx.xxxx_xxx.xxxx.exe, where each x represents a version number. The driver file for the Intel UHN graphics 620 solution supports all Intel 6th – 12th Generation core graphics processors.

When downloading the driver file, be aware that the file can be over 1 GB in size, so the download will take a moment to complete. Once complete, execute the downloaded file to begin the driver installation. After confirming the UAC dialog, the installation screen will show.
Install Intel UHD Graphics 620 driver

Click the Begin installation button and follow the instructions in the installer to complete the driver installation.

Updating the Intel UHD Graphics 620 Driver from the Device Manager

Instead of downloading the complete processor driver installation file from the Intel support website, you can also update the Intel graphics driver from the Device Manager in Windows.

Here is how:

  1. Open the Device Manager by pressing the Windows key + R at the same time. Type devmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box, and press the OK button.
    Run Device Manager
  2. In the Device Manager, expand the Display adapters
  3. Right-click the Intel UHD Graphics 620 device, and in the popup menu select Update driver.
    update intel uhd 620 driver
  4. Click the Search automatically for drivers option to let Windows find a newer driver for the graphics device.
  5. Wait for the driver to be updated, and then click Close to finish the driver update process.

If no new driver is found, you will see a message showing “The best drivers for your device are already installed”. If you believe the is a newer version available while it is not being offered by the Windows update process, you will need to manually download and execute the installer as described earlier. This can happen on older Windows versions with no update support for the device.

Solving problems with the Intel UHD Graphics device

With the right drivers, your Intel UHD graphics 620 device should operate without problems. But an incorrect or outdated driver or even device configuration problems can cause the graphics device to have issues. Possible scenarios are a blue screen, flickering screen, no support for a dual monitor, animation issues with Windows Desktop on Windows 10 and Windows 11, and more.

These problems, in most cases, are caused by driver issues. Apart from the above-described driver installation process, there are other steps that can be used to solve graphics problems with the Intel UHD 620.

Reinstalling the Intel UHD graphics 620 device

If the driver is correct, but the driver and/or device configuration is a problem, reinstalling the device can solve it.

  1. Open the Device Manager as described in the earlier steps.
  2. In the Device Manager, open the Display adapters
  3. Right-click the Intel UHD Graphics 620 device, and in the popup menu select Uninstall device.
  4. In the Uninstall Device confirmation window, leave the Attempt to remove the driver for this device unchecked and click the Uninstall
    Note: depending on the Windows version, the checkbox might be labeled “Delete the driver software for this device”.
    Device Uninstall Warning
  5. After the device uninstall completes, reboot the computer to automatically reinstall the device with the existing driver.

If these steps do not fix your issue, repeat the steps to uninstall the device, but this time also uninstall the driver using the checkbox.

Rollback the driver to the previous version

In some cases, the graphics problems can be caused by a newer or incorrect version of the device driver. In this scenario, you want to revert back to the previous, working version of the Intel UHD graphics 620 driver. That can also be done using the device manager.

  1. Open the Device Manager as described in the earlier steps.
  2. In the Device Manager, open the Display adapters
  3. Right-click the Intel UHD Graphics 620 device, and in the popup menu select Properties.
  4. In the Properties dialog box, click the Driver
  5. Next, click the Roll Back Driver button.
    intel uhd graphics 620 driver rollback
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to confirm the driver rollback operation.

Note: If the Roll Back Driver button is grayed out, that means no previous version of the driver for the device is available.

Recommended: find and download the latest drivers for your PC devices automatically by using DriverFinder.

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