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Minolta Di152f driver for Vista 32 bit

Any help found from Konica Minolta Di152f (Pi1802e). What can I do to install my printer?

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Seems it stopped at XP

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Network printing

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Trying network printer. There was many marked as PLC5 in Vista configuration. Any of them was working. I tried Windows updating if it can found something closer as mentionedww. After it there was only two odd Minolta printers. So Windows update was stolen those PLC5.

Fine! I'm wondering how can next professional multifunction product be named as Konica Minolta. Where is aftersale? Have any seen one?

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Can't seem to get your question.

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All drivers for older gear have to end someday. 10 years of support looks plenty until you get a thing over that age.

Aftersale support failed when folk didn't want to pay for drivers. So the model changed big time. It's cheaper to replace than pay for drivers for what may be a few machines that happened to last that long. Can be upsetting to those not in the business.

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Low-Cost solution

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Sorry. I'm very bad one. I only wonder now, why there is not old drivers as they were. Is there some lack of space? How it's possible low cost printers can be installed 20 years or 30 years? By the way. Di152f was never working properly. Scanner began feed hundred sheets of paper. Any professional help found. Card was only removed in official serving. So I loose scanner many years ago. Tilt over and over again happens. Any professional help only waisting time. Now this problem.

Good-working low cost multifunction-machines? Do Konica-Minolta hope this really?

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