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Have used Lemark X5150 with old computer for some time (windows 98SE Have just bought new computer - Pacfkard Bell with windows Vista Home Premium and cannot install printer etc on it. pop up just says it may not have installed properly. Printer is feinitely connjected to computer

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Almost certainly you need to update your driver although I thought Vista already had this driver. Anyway try downloading Vista Printer driver from link and reinstalling your printer.

http://www.lexmark.com/lexmark/sequentialem/home/0,6959,204816596_1019285789_0_en,00.html

If successful, would appreciate feedback because this lets other people know if the solution was effective or not.

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