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Toshiba e-Studio 160 network mapping from a Win XP LPT1 port to Windows Vista x64

Hi there,

I have a Windows XP Box with my e-Studio 160 attached to it via LTP1. This has been shared, and works well with all the other office computers which are running XP. Till now... Now we have purchased a new Vista x64 box for a user, and cannot connect to the printer as we normally would. It says that the driver is unavailable and asks for a .inf file to complete the install.

I have downloaded the Vista Driver pack and this is unfortunatly just executable installers, and doesn't help. The driver pack was also installed onto the XP box and works beautifully, but offers no new Vista support.

How do I get this right? How do I ADD ADDITIONAL DRIVRS under the printer properties on the XP box?

Matthew

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  • sanjaypargai Mar 01, 2009

    Hi there,

    I have a Windows XP Box with my e-Studio 160 attached to it via LTP1. This has been shared, and works well with all the other office computers which are running XP. Till now... Now we have purchased a new Vista x64 box for a user, and cannot connect to the printer as we normally would. It says that the driver is unavailable and asks for a .inf file to complete the install.

    I have downloaded the Vista Driver pack and this is unfortunatly just executable installers, and doesn't help. The driver pack was also installed onto the XP box and works beautifully, but offers no new Vista support.

    How do I get this right? How do I ADD ADDITIONAL DRIVRS under the printer properties on the XP box?

    sanjay

  • Lucas Bester
    Lucas Bester May 11, 2010

    Dear user,



    do you have the printer kit installed? ( PCL 6 )



    If you have try this:



    use the HP 5L DRIVER INSTEAD, this will also resolve PDF printing

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I Toshiba e-Studio 160 driver . i have to install in win xp

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I have a Windows XP Box with my e-Studio 160 attached to it via COM3. This has been shared, and works well with all the other office computers which are running XP. sum xp machine does not works,what problem?

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