Ask a neighbor for the XP installation CD if you do not have one. Use Have
Disk to install the driver on Win2k, Vista, or both (x86 only unless the
neighbor has X64 Pro).
the E312 driver is available for XP. .
Will the Vista E320 driver work?
Create a local printer rather than a connection. Create a Local Port in the
format \\xpmachine\printsharename, select the Lexmark 320 driver.
If the notebook is 64bit you will need to use the Local Port method to
connect using SMB rather than RPC where the drivers names must match
Windows Printing Team
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"Howard Kaikow" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I've got a Lexmark E312 connected to a Windows desktop and set up for
> However, a Vista notebook cannot use that printer because there are no
> compatible drivers on the Win 2000 system.
> Is there a workaround?