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Problem installing my samsung label printing SRP-770 to my LPC

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First, uninstall any Samsung printer software you've attempted. If the printer shows up in Control Panel/Printers, delete it (right click and choose "delete")

Disconnect the printer, and reboot the computer.

Run the Samsung installation software, and WAIT for it to ask you to plug in the printer. Then connect it, and it should be fine.

Remember to select it as the default printer if that's what you want.

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