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You can try visiting the Lexmark website to find drivers for Windoze ME to support your new All-in-One, but I have serious doubts you will find any help. And Windows ME couldn't support a lot of things it claimed it could at the time. You could install something, like a printer, and it would work only until the system was rebooted. My wife fought with that with her old Compaq that had ME on it. The smartest thing you could do is to upgrade to XP, or replace the computer altogether with one having XP. If you are somewhat computer saavy, you might try out a Linux distribution. Linux is available for free, and there is a lot of free support available in each distribution's forums. There are Linux Live CD's available to download and burn. Running one of those, you can find out if your new All-in-One is supported without installing anything on your hard drive.
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