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Networking OKI Microline 320 Turbo from Windows 7 to XP

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mykhul, Feb 13, 2012.

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  1. mykhul

    mykhul Thread Starter

    Feb 13, 2012
    At my office we do business that requires us to use a OKI Microline 320 Turbo printer. We have had the two computers set up to be able to both print off this printer with no issues until recently. The computer which was hooked up directly to the printer crashed, and we replaced it. Until this point both computers were running off Windows XP Pro, but the new computer is running Windows 7. I can find the printer on the XP computer, but it says that the driver on the printer's server is incorrect, and asks me to direct it to the proper driver. This is where I'm having issues, I know the driver is on here as this computer was connected to this printer before, and when I try downloading the driver direct from the website it tells me that the driver is native to the XP, but now it won't recognize the driver and I don't know where to direct it to. Any assistance would be appreciated.
  2. xalerik


    Jan 19, 2012
    Install printer on computer to which printer connected physicaly, ensure what it printing. Share this printer again and from other computer connect to this shared printer. Looks like windows XP have driver for this printer by default, so no additional actions should be needed. If it will not work with integrated winxp driver, try to download driver for Windows 2000 from official site. Also i see what availabe drivers for both win7 64 and 32 bit, so no problems expected at all.
  3. dlsayremn


    Feb 9, 2008
    You need to be sure to have drivers compatible with Windows 7 installed, also.
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