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windows 7 vs lexmark z600

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by mikehjkl, Feb 9, 2010.

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  1. mikehjkl

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    I have just upgraded to windows 7 (from Vista) and now I can't print. I have a Lexmark Z600 and although I did have problems getting the driver loaded & working with Vista, it did finally work. After upgrading to windows 7, I reloaded the printer driver to no avail. I even deleted it and went out and found the latest driver available for my printer and still no help. Any ideas ?
     
  2. robinofloxley

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    I gave up trying with my X74 All-in-one in the end.

    Lexmark website was very definite XP was last driver release.

    I never had vista.

    Bought Canon MP 250 All-in-One then from Argos at £34.99 which I am very happy with. Although I dont do an awful lot of printing.
    And mostly convert colour web pages to print in Grayscale.
    (to save on colour cartridges)

    The printer is quite noisy at start of printing as it resets heads and loads a page of paper, but quiet enough during printing.
     
  3. wtxcowboy

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    there are detailed instruction on lexmark's website for windows 7 driver installation using the vista driver, did you follow that exactly, or just download something off the net? might wanna give it a shot :D
     
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