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I suggest not to plug the Lexmark X3470 printer to your computer yet. Check if your Windows 7 is running on 32-bit or 64-bit operating system by clicking on the Windows logo Start menu > right click on Computer > Properties. Then download the printer driver using this link: http://bit.ly/d7Y8ft (for 32-bit) or this link: http://bit.ly/cHOjVU (for 64-bit). Execute the file and follow the instructions on the software. Thanks for choosing Lexmark.
What is the exact model number of your printer (e.g. Lexmark X3470, Lexmark X6675, etc)? What is the operating system of your computer? If Vista or Windows 7, check if it's running on 32-bit or 64-bit operating system by clicking on Windows logo Start menu > right click on Computer > Properties. With these information, I should be able to point you straight to the driver and see if it's compatible with your computer's operating system.
Attention Windows Vista Users: Attention Windows Vista Users If you have installed your printer on your PC using an original Lexmark Driver CD that came with your product and you are experiencing problems when printing, you may have installed the Windows XP driver.
Follow these steps to resolve: · Disconnect your USB cable from your printer. · Uninstall all Lexmark printer drivers on your PC. · Download the correct Vista driver for your model. · Install the driver on your PC.
Important - Do not reconnect the USB cable until the install software prompts the question of how the printer is connected.
Does this printer have memory card slots? Is there a memory card or flash disk attached? If so, remove the memory card or flash disk. The computer is attempting to boot off of these slots. To change it, go into your computers BIOS and disable boot from other device option.