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Old September 28th 19, 04:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion
Axel Berger[_2_]
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The Lexmark laser printer supposedly uses standard postscript. I have
got the Lexmark multi-driver package which asks me to choose one or
several printers, with the MS312 naturally not among them. Do I have a
chance to get it running by choosing any of the older ones? If so,

It is being accessed over ethernet in case that's relevant.


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