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I cannot re instal my Lexmak printer it say's INTELLIPOINT not compatable with my version of windows7 home premium

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Go to the link provided. It has instructions and software to remove all vestiges of the printer from your system.
This will leave a clean install ready for you..http://cubicspot.blogspot.com/2006/07/lexmark-printer-driver-removal-is.html

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