How to Fix Hpzr3207.dll Errors

Hpzr3207.dll is a dll file that belongs to HP all-in-one printer drivers. You may get errors associated with this file during the printer driver installation due to mismatches in the regional settings of your operating system with that of the driver. You may also encounter errors when the printer is malfunctioning due to problems with the spooler service, corruption of file due to virus infections, or due to problems in the registry.

Problems During Driver Installation

While you are trying to install an HP printer on your computer you may receive an error message similar to the one given below:

"Could Not Find the File Hpzr3207.dll on the HP CD".

This problem usually occurs if the language of your printer driver is not same as the language of your operating system. For instance, you may receive the error if you are trying to install an English printer driver on a computer with a French or German Windows XP operating system.

If this is the case, you may resolve the problem by performing one of the two steps discussed below.

Method 1: Change the Regional Settings of your PC.

  1. Open the Control Panel of your Windows 98, Me, XP or 2000 computer.
  2. On Windows 98, Me, and 2000 computers, select the Regional Settings icon from Control Panel, or on the Windows XP computer select the Regional and Language Options option.
  3. From the Regional and Language box that opens, modify your regional and language settings to that of the place you reside. (The language changes you make should match with the language of your printer driver.)
  4. Select OK to implement the changes.
  5. Now, try to install the printer driver again.

Method 2: Install HP all-in-one regional language software

If changing the regional settings does not fix the error, then visit the HP website of your region/country and open the driver download page of your HP all-in-one printer.

On this page, download the driver in your language and install it on your computer to ensure that there are no language mismatches between your printer driver and operating system.

Problems when the Printer is Operational

Printers usually cause problems if there is a lot of junk information in the printer spool folder. Therefore, to fix the problem you may have to check the folder for unwanted files and remove them. To do this, follow the steps listed below:

  1. Open the Control Panel and select the Administrative Tools icon.
  2. Select Services to open the Services management console window.
  3. Here, search for the Print Spooler service, right-click on it, and select Stop.
  4. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the C:\Windows\System32\Spool\Printers folder.
  5. Here, get rid of any unwanted files, especially the .SHD and SPL files, which are used to save the spool information of your printer.
  6. Now, open the “temp” folder in Windows Explorer and delete all unwanted information from this folder.
  7. Restart the Print Spooler service from the Services management console window.

If you are printing on a printer attached to a remote computer, then ensure that the printer is appropriately installed both on your system and the remote PC. Ensure that the printer is shared for other users on the network, and there are no conflicts in the printer settings.

Printer problems, as well as many other general device driver and dll problems, may arise due to virus or spyware infections. These malware programs may not only corrupt your existing files, but may also cause copy files with names similar to legitimate processes that may run on your system and perform malicious tasks on your PC. These programs may slow down the PC by eating up loads of system resources, corrupt other files on your computer, and spread to other computers through e-mails and open network connections. To counter these problems, you must install a reliable and efficient antivirus and antispyware program on your PC. To ensure that your PC is protected against the latest malware, keep these programs updated with the latest definitions. Finally, run regular scans to ensure that your PC is free from any malware infections.

Registry problems may also cause dll errors on your PC. Therefore, to ensure that your registry is healthy and your PC is problem-free, you must install a reliable registry cleaner tool and perform regular registry scan and repair. Remember, if the registry is healthy, compact, and free from unwanted information then 90% of your PC problems disappear.