I figured it out!I
created a Windows XP Virtual Machine and installed the Casio CW50 Vista 32 Bit
1. Press F8
while booting Win 64 and put win64 in “disable driver signature enforcement
2. I had
already installed the 32 bit Vista version in Win64, but the drivers didn’t
again and they still didn’t install.
manually copied the driver from the VM to Win64 and exported the proper
imported the registry key into Win64.
great.Since I don’t used it very often,
it’s not a big deal to press F8 every now and then.
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It sounds like you are running a 32 bit operating system XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (32). The 32 bit Operating Systems are only able to see and use about 3Gb of RAM. To use a greater amount you will need a 64 bit OS (either Windows XP/64 or Windows 7/64) or one of the open source 64 bit operating systems.
In this case, there's no mystery as to the cause of the problem. You will be unable to use this printer with your operating system because there are no existing print drivers that work with 64 bit Vista. Your printer will work with Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, but not with Vista at all.
You have only two options...use a different HP printer that will work with Vista, or get a PC that has one of the supported operating systems on it and connect your current printer to that PC.
Sorry. I know this isn't the answer you were looking for, but that's the best I can do until the proper drivers become available.