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Turn computer off. Plug printer into computer and start computer back up. Found new hardware should come up on the screen. Then follow the hardware connection wizard. Should be able to detect from the
drop down list. And your operation system will install the printer. If not, you can still go the Lexmark website and download the drivers.
I'm not sure if it was me who answered your ?, I'll assume not, try it this way once:
Create a new folder on your desktop and name it newhpdrivers(substitute your manufacturer in new name).Un-intall printer and printer software completely.Go to manufacturers website and navigate to their drivers/downloads or support menu.Select your model, choose the relevant software and download to the new folder you created on your desktop(watch for the light yellow bar at the top of window viewing pane, click on this and choose – download file - .Power down your computer.Reconnect the printer to the computer and turn printer on. Power on pc.Windows will detect new hardware and ask if you have the manufacturers install cd or a location to check for install files.Direct the wizard to your new software, follow the rest of the setup instructions and your done.
You need to download the driver for the printer. The following link is a direct link to the Lexmark Driver download page. Follow the directions on the page to either select the download by model name, type, or even auto detect. Good luck !
You can download drivers for the E322 for a variety of operating systems from the Lexmark site here. They have drivers for DOS, Windows 3.1 through Vista, as well as several versions of Mac, UNIX and OS/2 drivers.