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Installing a printer to your new computer is a relatively simple process. If you are "networking" your printer, simply go to your old computer, right click the printer in printers and faxes, and "share" it to the network. then come to the new computer and find the share name when installing the printer from the network.
if you're installing it locally to the new computer, i would advise using your factory installation CD for the drivers, but if you do not have it you can go to the manufacturer's website and look for the appropriate drivers for your printer and operating system. download them, hook up the printer like your normally would (USB or Parallel cable) and install the drivers. Most manufacturer programs will "install" the printer on your system automatically from there, however some will require you to go to the printers and faxes module of windows and "add" a printer (use the drivers you just installed when it asks for them)
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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