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I'm assuming it's a Lexmark printer, since you didn't say.

You can download the 700 series drivers from HERE.

Hope that help fix ya...

Geno

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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Need to install lexmark z710 printer do not have disk


hi

you can get the lexmark software and driver needed by the printer from
www.lexmark.com

open the page and click on drivers and downloads and then select driver finder
then enter your z710 into the search field after this the page will ask which windows
your computer has and finaly you can download the software and install it

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