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The problem is a 64-bit OS has met a driver for an older OS. 64-bit OS versions use a signed driver in an attempt for better security. The Lexmark site should have the appropriate driver: http://support.lexmark.com/index?filterclear=true&page=driversdownloads&linkSelected=node4^subnode3&channel=techlibrarykbchannels&locale=EN&userlocale=EN_US . Then use the drop down menus to select which of the Lexmark X1100 series printers she has as well as the Microsoft Vista 64-bit OS. I found an appropriate driver for the X1130 there; some of the other models didn't drop down Microsoft drivers as easily. Clicking on the link for the exe will bring up a pop-up that when you scroll down will offer a download link.
The less direct method to find this driver site. Navigate to www.lexmark.com. Click on Support and Drivers. Then click on the link for the Technical Library. Then choose the link for Drivers and Downloads.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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