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I've just installed Vista, and am very new to it. Anyway, my friend told me that i didn't have to install any driver for my hardwares. I'm still not sure about this, but my printer works properly without me having to manually install a driver.
Does this mean that i don't need to install any drivers manually?
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Posted 28 April 2007 - 09:27 AM
Thank you for your reply
While I'm not familiar with this particular driver, the latest release was BV (Before Vista). So, contacting the manufacturer for suggestions or an updated driver is your best bet.
If that doesn't work, try running the program compatibility wizard on the installer. You can get there by going to Control Panel (not in Classic View), click Programs, and under Programs and Features, click Use an older program with this version of Windows.
If that still doesn't work, locate the folder that the driver installed into, and then make every darned executable in the folder run in XP SP2 Compatibility Mode and have it also Run As Administrator.
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