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Go here.
Just select your product "z1300", choose your OS (Windows XP, Vista, etc)
and you will be directed to the downloads section.

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We need to install our lexmark z1300. we have the


http://www.driversbay.com/drivers/printers/lexmark/z1300/

try that plz rate if i helpd you

Feb 28, 2010 | HP PC Desktops

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Find and Download Drivers From Manufacturer Websites


The best place to download a driver is direct from the hardware manufacturer. Before you can update a driver, you'll need to find and download the latest version. Drivers downloaded from the manufacturer will be the most tested and up to date available. The manufacturer is almost always the original source of any driver you find anywhere else so why not download it from the source? Note: If downloading drivers direct from the manufacturer isn't possible there are several other driver download resource available. Follow the steps below to find and download drivers direct from hardware manufacturer websites: Difficulty: Average Time Required: Finding and downloading drivers from manufacturer websites usually takes less than 20 minutes Here's How:
  1. Identify the make and model of the specific hardware you need drivers for. You'll need this information so you know what company to contact and then what specific drivers to download from their website.
Important: If you're trying to find drivers for a branded computer system (like a Dell desktop, a Toshiba laptop, etc.), all you need is the exact model number of your complete system. You shouldn't need to identify the specifics of any individual piece of hardware in your computer unless you've upgraded it yourself.
  1. Find the hardware manufacturer's support website. Nearly every hardware manufacturer in the world has a website with detailed support information including driver downloads, manuals, troubleshooting information, etc.
  2. Locate the driver download area of the manufacturer's support site.
Note: The driver download area could be called by any of several different names including "Downloads", "Software Downloads", "Driver Downloads", "Drivers", "Drivers and Firmware", "Drivers and Software", etc. If you visit a website's home page first, look for a "Support" area first. Any driver download options will probably be located within that area of the website.
  1. Using the website's navigation or search abilities, choose the specific hardware you need drivers for.
Note: Every website is different so its hard to give precise instructions on how to navigate through a catalog of driver downloads but most support sites that I've seen are fairly easy to use. If you have trouble finding your way around a specific website, your best bet is to contact the company directly.
  1. Download the drivers to your computer. Save the downloaded file to your desktop or to another familiar location.
Important: Many drivers available today are configured for automatic installation. This means that all you have to do is run the downloaded file and the drivers will be updated automatically. The instructions given on the manufacturer's website should tell you if the drivers you're downloading are configured this way. If so, there's no reason to continue with these steps.
  1. Extract the downloaded drivers. Instructions provided on the driver download page on the hardware manufacturer's website should provide detailed instructions on extracting the drivers.
Note: Usually this involves uncompressing the many driver files located in the compressed file you downloaded. Most compressed files have a ZIP or RAR file extension. Sometimes the compressed files are in a self-extracting format with an EXE file extension, making the process very easy.
  1. The downloaded drivers for your hardware are now ready for updating in Device Manager.

on Jun 21, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I have a z1300 Lexmark printer that i want to hook up to my Dell. will it work? If not what can I do? Is there another brand that will work?I can't afford the ink for my dell printer. I didn't realize it...


The printer brand does not matter. Any printer will work provided that it has an interface your computer can use (like USB for example) and that the software drivers are available for the operating system that's installed on your Dell computer.
You can check that in the Drivers and Support section of the Lexmark website; there you can also download the driver for your system if necessary.

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I need drivers for Pavillion a6000. can't connect to internet


Try typing in "pavillion a6000 drivers" Google search on your internet connected poota. Lots of references to your needs. Happy Surfing.

Rem to download to external HDD the nconnect to Pav a6000

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Need drivers wont download


search the driver from google or you can go to the manufacturers website and download drivers for free without charge. If you cant still find the right drivers, then you can use Driver MAgician to download the drivers for you. Just install the program and scan your computer for the drivers you need to download. it has a license, but pm me if you have downloaded i will forward to you the license of this program.

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Trying to reinstall lexmark z1300. No installation disc


You can download the software for this printer from this link, just select the operating system that you're using on your computer http://downloads.lexmark.com/perl/downloads/downloads.cgi?ccs=229:1:0:584:0:0

Hope that helps.............

Oct 07, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Please help, my lexmark z1300 printer begins to pull paper down as if to print but then gets all jammed and starts to rip. I've checked paper and I couldnt get it in there any straighter.what do I do?


Re-check the paper feeder for anything small that might be stuck in the path of the paper,if the printer is not heavy try turning it upside down and giving it a good shake see if any obstacles will fall out.If not u might have to check the colaboration of the mechanism to see wheher its working as it should.

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NIC too close to USB port?


Hi Antatg,
Go into your bios and make sure all your USB option are enabled, specially Enable USB for legacy devices, and check to make sure you NIC is enables. Hope that helps!
Good Luck!

Jan 07, 2008 | Dell Dimension 1100 PC Desktop

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