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Xerox discontinued support services of the xd120f as of December 29, 2006. There are no plans to develop
Vista or win 7 drivers for these products.
You could use a program like virtual box - http://www.virtualbox.org to create a virtual Windows XP machine; install Windows XP on a seperate partition or install the printer on another PC in your house with XP and share the printer resource across the network.
Unfortunately, Xerox has not chosen to support this device for either Vista or Windows 7. There is a driver for XP that may work in the XP compatability mode (download the file from here: http://www.support.xerox.com/go/results.asp?Xlang=en_GB&XCntry=GBR&prodID=XD105f&ripId=&Xtype=download then right click on the file, choose properties and then the compatability tab).
If that doesn't work, there is an alternative that will work with Win7 Pro or Ultimate. Download and install the Microsoft XP mode and install the printer inside the virtual computer that is created. You may need to store files on removable media to share them between the two machines.
You can try this driver. It may be quirky at first but it should work for basic printing needs. There is a PCL6 and post script try both sometimes it will take one but not the other. Its vista flip a coin :) -Phil
try reseting the nvram. if no luck after that try changing the image control board.. with another one if it's avaliable.(maybe you have another machine around. If not then conect your printer to the network reset the printer so you can get an ip address.. usually it's a 192.168.*.* Then type that ip address 192.168.*.* into the top of your web address bar and you should be able to see you printer. If not i would change the image control board because it might be bad.
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