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Same problem but with a joys mt871

Hi i have the same problem brought a joys plotter mt871 does not contain a disc to install these are mass produced in china it came with a usb lead will not pick up the driver so have all the right settings in (com 3) as instructed on the joys help line (national rate number) at 60p per min so spent £26.00 trying to sort still no joy now tried 9 pin comm lead sends info from computer to plotter but will not fire up running this with artcut 2005 that came with plotter is there any way of getting the driver to install without the instalation disc make is kering630 ???
leart my lesson dont' purchase anything from joy,s

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For those of you who have downloaded the appropriate vista driver for your printer. Go to device manager on pc (control panel, hardware and devices etc) Select uninstall printer driver, as you want any old references to xp one deleted. Now, place new disc or dicc with new driver files in and your install new hardware program shopuld self start. IF not you can manually do it by going to add new hardware wizard, and select own information to suit yopur needs. But win vista should automatically find the new drivers.

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You need to download the Vista compatible setup here from Lexmark,

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I bought a Lexmark X1290 printer and installed a wrong driver (for WinXP) from the enclosed CD. Then I could not run the All in One program. After many reinstallation attemps, I finally found a solution (which is unfortunately quite hidden at the Lexmark website):

1) Unplug the printer's USB cable from the computer.
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8) Download a proper driver for Windows Vista from the Lexmark website.
9) Install the driver accordingly to the instructions (it's important to plug the printer's USB cable when you are ask to, not before)

The problem with Lexmark Unistall and CleanUp Utility is that you cannot delete all Lexmark registry keys while you arelogged in the system. This is anellegant way how to circumvent the problem.

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SOURCE: plotter mt871 will not communicate from computer to plotter

Reset the plotter and enter the setup menu. Calibrate your baud rate which should normally be 4800.

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Most types of disposable pens must be activated before using the for the first time. If you are installing a new disposable pen:
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