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Welcome to the world of Windows 10. Hp Laserjet P1006 Windows 10 Driver. Unfortunately the drivers included with the device will only work up to Windows 7 or possibly 8. Your only hope is to either wait for Windows 10 to supply a driver or revert back to Windows 7 if the upgrade was less than 30 days.
I did a search on the Vendor and Device ID and could not find a Windows 10 driver but I did find the search led me to page. I can't say the software will install a Windows 10 driver or not. Crucial Mx300 Driver Windows 10 there. It is up to you if you want to download.
Edit: I would also like to point out that the reversion to Windows 7 from Windows 10 has not been a smooth one for some people. Edit: This is the problem I have with Windows 10. Microsoft specifically says that Windows 10 will be free until your device is no longer supported. Any major Windows 10 update can render your device such as your microscope or printer useless. Since it is no longer supported, you are expected to purchase a new one. With all previous versions of Windows, you knew your device would work until end of support and in this case Windows 7 end of support is 2020 which is another 4 years from now.