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Got a new computer and now I cannot get the printer to print from the computer.I am hooked to a modem and all connections are OK.

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  • pmessing Sep 08, 2008

    I disconnected. I cant find the vista link

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LINK http://search.lexmark.com/printer/US/en/15K0000


>bottom half of the page click on the Windows Vista link


>then a new page, again bottom half, from the drop-down select Windows Vista only


>next page bottom half again hit the download now button

read the information on that page regarding the product use with vista


Posted on Sep 08, 2008

  • monk3ybidzness
    monk3ybidzness Sep 08, 2008

    what happened ? you got disconnected

  • monk3ybidzness
    monk3ybidzness Sep 08, 2008

    LINKhttp://search.lexmark.com/printer/US/en/...


    >bottom half of the page click on the Windows Vista link


    >then a new page, again bottom half, from the drop-down select Windows Vista only


    >next page bottom half again hit the download now button

    read the information on that page regarding the product use with vista


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