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Connecting my computer directly to konica 8020

I don't have the right connection cords to connect the konica 8020 to my computer. Is there a way to directly connect to the printer, instead of using a router. my computer has an either net connection and a usb connection. My computer knowledge is very limited.

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  • sam gerban
    sam gerban May 11, 2010

    8020 what ?

    is that a copier ?

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You can hook the copier directly to your computer using a USB cable.  You can purchase one at any computer store.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Oct 24, 2008

    You might have a parallel cable connection on there as well or either depending on how old the printer is.  You can get those at computer stores as well.

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