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Won't install put install disk in, the wizard starts, then gets to a point where it says "rolling back action". i get a window that says i need a file called hpzm309.dll i can't find such a file. the reason i am reinstalling is a hard drive crash which has now been fixed. had no problem installing my scanner, but can't get the printer going. help!!! mike

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Since u cant find the file i suggest u use deskjet plus to do the installion. all will work well but u might not be able to print in color.
u use this if u need an urgent print out in black i only suggested
cos each time i fix some ones printer i use deskjet plus for deskjet n laserjet plus for laser jet n it works all fine without installaion disk.
thank u

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If you can't even get into windows, you can boot off the installation dvd, and choose the "Repair your computer" option on the lower left hand side. If you don't have an installation/repair disc, you can make one with these instructions.

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Figure 1
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Figure 2

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You need to run installer software from printer disk, before connecting the printer usb to computer.

If you do not have the disk you must download the software from Internet, follow instructions below,

Click here:Official Lexmark Drivers and Software

A web page will open, follow instructions, select model, select operative system etc., and click on download .
Chose to download the file in my documents when asked.
After downloading, find the file,double click on the file ,then if you get in troubles, follow the instructions below to reset and reinstall drivers:

  • Unplug printer USB.
  • Go to control panel >> installed printers in Windows and remove (delete ) any installed printer from printer list.
  • Download driver from website, or use the disk and run the install file.
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If you do not have the disk you must download the software from Internet, follow instructions below,

Click here:Official Lexmark Drivers and Software

A web page will open, follow instructions, select model, select operative system etc., and click on download .
Chose to download the file in my documents when asked.
After downloading, find the file,double click on the file ,then if you get in troubles, follow the instructions below to reset and reinstall drivers:

  • Unplug printer USB.
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