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PF-118/PF-119 Minolta Copier Wireless Download

Added a new pc and can not detect the Minolta Copier through the wireless channel. Do not have disk or information on Wireless Copying

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DO the other computers on the network ok with the copier. Sir the copier you have is Di200/251/351. if so the best driver you mite find is for windows 95 or XP at best for that machine will not work with anything new. It is a legacy machine from Minolta now Konica Minolta. PF-118/119 are the paper draws for that machine not the copier! try below but doubt it. Self Help Product Support Konica Minolta Business Solutions Inc

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