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Printer drivers compatible with Windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by MelbMuso73, Apr 13, 2010.

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  1. MelbMuso73

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    Hi all,

    I recently upgraded to Windows 7 (32 bit), but now my Lexmark All-In-One X74-X75 printer drivers aren't compatible... well, kind of.

    When I first reinstalled the drivers after the upgrade, I was able to use the scan facility of the printer, and print jobs could queue up for printing, but they would not print. When I attempted to update drivers, uninstall/reinstall, etc, I was told the installation was unsuccessful.

    I could not find any drivers for my model printer on the Lexmark site, but I was hoping someone out there may have some tips on how I can get around this problem.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    Cheers,

    MelbMuso73
     
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  3. MelbMuso73

    MelbMuso73 Thread Starter

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    Thanks, Mumbodog.

    I might just have to use the X75 as a scanner, and my Canon ip4200 for printing. That seems to be working fine, and I didn't even need to search for any updated drivers... unless Windows took care of that.

    Thanks again. :)
     
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