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Windows 98 OS compatibility with XP printer

I ve a Windows XP and Vista compatible printer and my computer has Windows 98 OS. Im finding it difficult to load the machine on my PC as the printer is not compatible with Windows 98 and has a network interface of USB 2.0. can that be done without changing the OS ?

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Get a converter or USB 2.0 power adapter. or else use your printer on network sharing.. thats would be the best way,.

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