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My USB Devices isn't "talking" to my Window XP, what is wrong?

Recently I upgraded my computer from Window 98 to Window XP; My Polaroid ColorShot Digital Photo Printer is no longer work. I think my driver is too old. Please help?

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Afaik, polaroid did not provide drivers beyond windows 98. I think you may need to upgrade your printer too. I expect the modern printers are far better, in any case.

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Ensure that you are running XP Service Pack 2 version, this software won't work on Windows previous version.

If you are using 98, you need to upgrade system.

If you are using XP you may need to upgrade service pack 2, see Download details: Windows XP Service Pack 2 .

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