Sadly it looks like a mis-step to have tried USB to Parallel when the printer looks to have USB already.
Is there more to this story.
Sorry, I didn't find Windows 7 drivers.
Hi, I'm trying to use a Samsung ML-4600 printer with my new Windows 7 laptop. As the laptop doesn't have a parallel port, I bought a parallel-USB cable. I started by plugging the USB end into my laptop; Windows 7 automatically installed the cable, which appeared as "IEEE-1284 Controller" in Devices and Printers. I then downloaded the driver for the printer from the Samsung website. Part-way through the installation of the driver, it prompted me to plug in the printer and turn it on. I did this, but it did not recognise that the printer was on. Any ideas on how I can get the printer working with my laptop?