Windows 8.1 Pro and hppiw.exe

Hi,
I'm trying to install on my new PC (Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit) the drivers needed to use an Officejet Pro K850 printer installed on our LAN.
From HP website I downloaded hppiw.exe as suggested but I cannot make it run.
After double-click it starts to look for devices and then suddenly exits without any alert.
Windows Event Viewer shows 2 new entries:
Application error: 1000
Exeption code: 0xc0000005
Offset error 0x0000196b
Windows Error Reporting
Bucket errato -498820676, tipo 1
Nome evento: APPCRASH
Risposta: Non disponibile
ID CAB: 0
Firma problema:
P1: hppiw.exe
P2: 3.1.0.19
P3: 521742c3
P4: hppiw.exe
P5: 3.1.0.19
P6: 521742c3
P7: c0000005
P8: 0000196b
My Lenovo laptop every day tells me it found a new printer (K850) but when I try to install it it says I don't have any driver for that.
Any hint to solve the problem?
Thanks

Hi @Lucas-BS 
There is no full feature software and driver for Windows 8 let alone 8.1. You can try an in-OS driver. Please take a look at the instructions for Windows 8, they may help even though you have 8.1; Install a Windows 8 Driver with Windows Update.
I hope this helps.
If you still can not get the printer to work with your computer, I suggest calling us. we might be able to get you a discount on a newer model. If you are in Canada or US call 800 474 6836, or you can Contact HP Worldwide.
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