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Xerox printer 6130 compatability with Windows 7

I just installed a new Dell computer with Windows 7 and Microsoft Office. While the printer is properly installed and attached to the computer, the computer insists there is an installation issue. Can anyone help please?

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Xerox printer 6130 compatability with Windows 7

As you know me guys, I am not a computer whiz. So I followed most of your suggestions. Uninstalling and re-installing the printer?s CD. Make sure it is the default printer. As per your suggestion Mark, I downloaded the page that you suggested from Xerox support. Tryed with success a Printer Test Page. And then went on trying to print a document from Words?no way. So I brought my HP lap top that I bought not too long ago. It has a Windows 7 in it. I had never used my HP with the Xerox printer. Tried all of the above, same negative results. I am suspecting that Windows 7 is incompatible with the printer. Could it be or am I really still doing something wrong?

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That page Mark linked to ...

standard shows an XP driver. But you can select other OS'es like Windows 7 or Windows 7 64 bit and download those drivers. Are you sure you selected and installed the right driver?

With the right driver, it should work. It's unclear why it doesn't.


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