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Delete printer Icon in the "printers and faxes" dialog box, then use the software installation Cd to re-install it. Also, depending what software that printer uses, there may be a "Samsung" software to delete in "add/Remove programs" in the "control panel" as well. I would delete everything and start from scratch. Select the proper port when setting up. I assume you are using a "USB" port?
I got the same problem. It seems they did not develop specific drivers for win98se. However, I found that you can print using the drivers for the old Samsung ML-2510. Win98se drivers for that printer can still be downloaded from Samsung website. I've been using the 2510 drivers with the 1640 printer for a couple of months, and worked fine so far. It seems very little change in electronics from the 2510 to the 1640 model.
You need also Virtual Printer Port for USB from microsoft.
dBase as in the old DOS based database program from the late 80s - early 90s?
If so we'll need some more details on which version (II, III or IV)and the Operating system the program is running in to start with.