You will find parallel type cables here- can't find any info on the printer, so I couldn't say for sure, but a straight-up DB25 M/F should do the trick.
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Dot matrix printers usually work with IBM compatible native drivers. I have tried similar model with Vista worked fine. You may need to perform manual installation by using LPT1 parallel port. If you cant see similar model in the list you can choose generic text printer or IBM Proprinter.
First, if you have your manual, look it at for possible solution. Does this printer have a "load" or "top of form" function?
There may be a "programmable" setting which will back the paper back down to the correct spot.
The college where I'm employed used to have several Panasonic dot matrix printers, but almost all are now long gone.