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Microsoft downloaded automatic updates this morning and I haven't been able to print since can you help please

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Try to reinstall your printer drivers, microsoft maybe messed upp some of the printer drives.

If you dont have the drivers, just let me know, tell me the name and model of your printer and i will help you find the drivers.

Good luck

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