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Managed to install AutoCad2000 on win 7 machine, got plotter to operate on all programs escept autocad2000--states Memory Allocation Error - and note a problem with the driver. I have installed the latest driver supplied by HP for this device. Any help will be appreciated.

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Try the Windows XP 64 or 32 bit driver. Make sure it is the PS driver. Happy plotting.

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* multiple instances of resource types IMPLIES cannot use resource-allocation graph

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