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Re: can't get to work on my new computer
I'm going to need more information here.
What operating system are you using?
If you're using Vista, the CD that came with your printer is probably useless.
You first must download the Vista drivers from here:
Here's the installation instructions:
Attention Windows Vista Users
If you have installed your printer on your PC using an original Lexmark Driver CD that came with your product and you are experiencing problems when printing, you may have installed the Windows XP driver.
Follow these steps to resolve:
· Disconnect your USB cable from your printer.
· Uninstall all Lexmark printer drivers on your PC.
· Download the correct Vista driver for your model.
· Install the driver on your PC.
Important - Do not reconnect the USB cable until the install software prompts the question of how the printer is connected.
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You could try to find "new" drivers for download, but you are NOT likely to find any, *AND* any new drivers are NOT likely to solve your problem.
Try your keyboard in a different computer. If it still fails to work, it's necessary to replace the keyboard. If it works, try connecting that other keyboard to your computer.]
If that "other" keyboard works fine in the "other" computer, but does NOT work in your computer, then your keyboard is NOT the cause of the problem; instead, your computer has some other problem.
looks like the screen is not being activated properly by the PC... usually if a screen is not connected it will give a message stating that it is not able to detect a connection.
ok, have you used either one of these devices before? (IE do you know that either of the definately works....)
if you can.... can you fit the "old" monitor or a "spare" monitor perhaps even one belonging to a friend to the new Computer, this should verify that the PC is working....if this method works (you can see output from the computer) then the New monitor is not working properly...
if the Known working monitor fails to show computer output then there is a problem with the Computer... you should double check by testing the new screen on a known working computer to verify that the monitor is ok
if either of these are faulty, as they are "new" you should be able to get a replacement from your supplier
you sound computer savy if you built your first computer. if you take a sound card pci and install it see if your speakers work ..most of time we assume because its new everyhing works. test and varify first. ...if you did not build your own computer return to store so you dont void your warrentee.
No Vista Drivers
Two thing to try.
1. Go to the Lexmark site and seek out Vista drivers for your model.
2.Go to start/printers and Faxes/install new printer.
When you are given the choice CD or from list
select 'From List'
Go to make - Lexmark
Go to Model 4300[or any 4000 series if you do not see 4300]
Tell us what happens
Finally be preparde to sport out on a new printer that is Vista Compatable