You should be able to find the HP680c driver comes with your Windows Setup disk, so you won't need a disk from HP for that. Also, you don't need to uninstall the current drivers you have loaded. You can simply install the 680c driver, and then mark that as your default printer (temporarily), then go into UFT and make sure it's using that printer also. Then give it a try!
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