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The driver for the PagePro 1350W does not come with the initial installation of Windows Vista. However when you run Windows Update you will find a updated driver for this printer - just download it and let Windows install the driver. I had the same problem with this printer when I installed Vista - I'm now using Windows 7 and it automatically installed the proper driver for the Konica Minolta PagePro 1350W.
Just keep at it - it should work fine after you install the updated driver.
You have installed a refilled cartridge without changing the chip on the bottom of the cartridge. Your error light will flash and also upon starting your computer, you will probably get an error screen saying the bi-directional connection is disabled. The printer should still work, but will be slow because it recycles between each page. My error light has been flashing for some time, but when I send a document to the printer, the error light stops flashing and the printer prints. After the print job is done, the error light resumes flashing. The only real solution is to replace the chip on the toner cartridge with a new one.