Posted 07 October 2007 - 07:22 PM
What error message do you get when you try to install the printer(s)? Have you tried NOT using the included CD and going directly to the manufacturer's website for the Vista driver? Have you removed all previous versions of the old drivers from your system?
FYI - Vista compatible on printers is a bit misleading. This means that there are drivers available for Windows Vista for that particular printer (that's why the sticker is an "add-on" on most printers - they were manufactured before Vista drivers became available). It DOES NOT mean that the CD that comes with it will work!!!
I recently bought an all-in-one printer from a major retailer with this sticker on it. I checked the CD before attempting to load the drivers - and found that there was no Vista version on the CD. I suspect that, had I tried to install it, that I would have had similar issues to what you have experienced.
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