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Lost software to run all-in-one printer.old computer crashed can't run printer on new computer

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Hi bigdogroof90,

First, un-cable the printer completely from the computer. Un-install the printer software. On your desktop create a new folder and name it something relevant to the software you are downloading i.e. newdrivers. Go to the printer manufacturers website and look for Drivers and Downloads. Navigate to your model and download the software available for your model to the folder you created for the new drivers. Power down your computer. While its powered down reconnect the printer cables and power cable. Turn on printer. Power up computer, windows will detect new hardware and the install wizard will ask you if you have manufacturers install cd or a location to find install files. Direct the wizard to the newdrivers folder. Restart when prompted. This should have you up and printing. I hope this helped a little.

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Go to the manufacturers website and download the printer driver from there by selecting the correct model no. and Operating system. If its a very old printer you need to check if there is driver for that particular operating syste. model no.and operating system is must to search for the appropriate driver

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