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Start the Add Printer Wizard as normal. For that Click on start -> Printer and Faxes -> click on Add Printer. When it asks what port the print device is connected to, select the option to create a new TCP port. Enter the IP address of the print device. The rest of the installation is normal... Hopefully it should work. Thank you.......

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