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Go to the Lexmark website. Click on the support link; lookup your specific model # and select the operating system you are running. The software/drivers will be listed for free download. Download, install, and reboot and you should be all set. Hope this helps.
when you change printer settings, the printer needs to be on and connected. if you have a working network, there's no reason you cant set sharing on your printer, then on the other computer, install a new printer, tell it to look for network printers, and it will install the driver on the 2nd machine. voila.
If you download from the Lexmark site, there should not be any charges for the printer driver. Lexmark driver downloads If you still have trouble I can upload the driver to a file sharing service and you can download from there. Just list the operating system you are using. Let me know if you need further assistance.
hi my name is pete heres how to fix your problem go to control panal then go to add and remove click it find programme for your printer deskjet f370 drivers unistall it the computer will help you once its unistalled your computer will ask you to reset so it can take affect unplug the printer from the computer when your computer starts back up as it normaly would have put your driver disc in what come with the printer and put it in your cd rom it will load a demo up part of your software whats on the disc dont set that up yet now plug your printer back in and you will hear a sound if its usb a window will appear saying found new hardware and another window will appear click next and your computer and it will search for the drivers on your disc it will take some time cos it start looking from your floppy disc then hard drive then it will start spinning your disc once its found them it will start copying files over to your computer when it has finished it will say your new hardware is now ready to use now go to to demo and continue setting up your software for the printer once finished your computer will ask you to reset so it can take affect after loaded back up try your scanner any more problems let me know
Hi, this one should be easy, your installation disc is corrupt, or rather the driver, try copying the driver disc to a new blank one to override errors, this sometimes works. Do this after you have completely uninstalled any old partially installed printer files. (go to device manager and select unistall driver) Make sure you have original disc to do all this. If you have no luck with the copy, try downloading a new copy from the printers website. cheers lilacgerry
Look in "control panel"(listed in "start") and double click on printers and faxes, if your printer isn't listed, you need to install the disc your printer came with, and may need to goto lexmark.com for driver updates.