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mpchen Member Joined: Oct 4, 2006 Messages: 52 Likes Received: 0 Hi there: A friend of mine has specialized licensed software running on his old old Windows 98 based PC. Or, perhaps Ebay? 0 Tabasco OP Michael2907 Mar 11, 2013 at 6:06 UTC Re-read the post, It's in there 0 Mace OP Denis Kelley Mar I've tried a few other HP printers (officejet, deskjet, etc) on various other drivers and always come to the same issue, it doesn't think that USB001 is the correct port. A driver for a specific printer is not always necessary.

I tried I don't know how many different printers, and all kinds of combinations of drivers and ports, etc...but wasn't successful. lmao. I tried to create a port directed to the printers IP Address but Windows refuses to accept it saying it isn't valid. You have a 2002 CPU and 2003/4 printer, FI. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/seeking-windows-98-compatible-printer-recommednation.2330380/

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Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP LaserJet - Driver and software support for Windows 10HP Printers - Download and Install Printer Driver Someone was kind enough to drop the printer we were using there, and there's too much physical damage to repair it. I asked our AP person to go ahead and get another printer that is compatible with Windows 98. Windows 98 Compatible Laser Printer We were in charge of upgrading and doing a proper, fresh install.

Found a way to scan to the Windows 98 PC already by using the printers web-based interface which is good. Click the Browse button to allow the program to scan all available printers in the network. Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/need-a-printer-compatable-with-windows-98/69231.html gotchas laser-cut card stock: Don't run business card stock or any laser-cut card stock from avery or other vendor through a laser printer!

Ask the Digital Spy team TV Broadcasting TV Shows: UK Eurovision Song Contest TV Shows: US Reality Hp Printers Compatible With Windows 98 Mar 11, 2013 at 6:26 UTC   The Data Master wrote: I missed the part about fitting into a small space which detracts me from recommending the pixma i3000. Everything seemed to be fine. Registered in England 112955.

  1. The earliest Operating System that currently has print drivers is Windows XP.
  2. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows 95/98General Solved need windows 98 compatable printer Tags:compatibilityprinterswindows 98 lakelady June 10, 2014 at 09:45:12 Specs: Windows 64 need printer compatible to windows
  3. The printer, again responded and printed the same characters again, along with 'Whvwlqj#' three times.
  4. I will say that wne I used it, the printer was 17 years old and at the end of its life, so maybe it just had given up just then.
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Printer For Windows 98 Computer

Anyway, so it's a Win98 machine with a whopping 64MB of RAM, and it doesn't have network connectivity. http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showthread.php?t=1155734 Mar 11, 2013 at 6:10 UTC http://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-New-Old-Stock-HP-Photosmart-7760-Digital-Photo-Inkjet-Printer-In-Box-/350732102187?pt=COMP_Printers&hash=item51a9432a2b Current bid $15, doubt it'll go any higher. 1 Thai Pepper OP Gary342 Mar 11, 2013 at 6:15 UTC Also check Windows 98 Printers For Sale Choose either the Yes or No option depending on your preference. Hp Printer Windows 98 Its no major problem if I can't get it to work, I was just wondering if there was something like a postscript driver that would work?

Windows system maintenance: Stability:How to scan and repair your PC's registry related errors Speed:How to increase PC speed and performance Drivers:How to scan your PC for the outdated drivers You are So of course I immediately called back the AP person and stopped her from spending the $500. See More: need windows 98 compatable printer Report • #1 DAVEINCAPS June 10, 2014 at 16:15:50 Here's a discussion of that error:http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/fo...but yeah, it looks like the print head. Usually, these printers are labeled depending on their model, location, or usage. Windows 98 Compatible Printers For Sale

To start, can I please have you click here. The printer started printing! They cost like $8 each.Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT? Izak View Public Profile Visit Izak's homepage!

The other link is a group of amazon listings for it: http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PIXMA-iP3000-Photo-Printer/dp/B0002GU4DA/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1363025330&sr=8-10&keywords=cannon+pixma+i3000


1 Ghost Chili OP RAM. New Printers That Work With Windows 98 They are usually laser printers. Windows 98 hasn't really had support for a while.

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Not the simplest solution, but business printers lacking support for modern Windows versions still tend to be supported by print server boxes (each one will have a compatibility list), and tend Need a shopping list to go get a printer for your windows 9x/me machine? If anyone happens to know of a compatible printer that is currently being sold new, I'd really appreciate your help! Printers For Windows 98 Inkjet I don't think anyone sells anything "New in box" that will work with win98.

Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Select the Add Printer option on the screen. All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. Now I see that you have already checked inside the printer for any obstructions that could be causing this error, to no avail.

XLR mic doesn't work Peripherals Saturday at 10:59 AM Seeking thoughts about fixing an HDCP and KVM problem Peripherals Sep 29, 2016 Seeking 26"+ 1920x1200 Glossy Display Peripherals Jul 11, 2011 Find More Posts by Izak 05-11-2009, 22:08 #7 frasera Inactive Member Join Date: Jul 2007 Posts: 8,063 have you considered buying an old win98 compatible printer off craigslist or not sure which. I then went into Word and just did a quick test print with a blank page.

You will need Windows 98 Second Edition so the USB ports work correctly. The Pixma ip4200 has 5 fair sized cartridges - ink tanks (the print head is built into the printer) - two of them have black ink. Your best shot may be to buy another 6940 used. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go?

Have just found a program called 'HP Install Network Printer Wizard' on the internet. My system is P4 3.06 Used to do lots of coding in DOS using Quick Basic and dont recall any issues printing code listings on the laser even from DOS. should be able to take them off someones hands just to save them the cost/trouble of electronic recycling or disposal Thanks for your reply We already have a printer that works Of course when it breaks they look to me to fix it, but if they don't take my advice then it's ultimately their own fault.

ip4200 - if drivers are available for 98SE / ME, then search the web for that model - one that is old stock, never used. Generic print drivers are available from manufacturers and your OS disk will have a shitload of prnter drivers available one of which should work as a generic.Click to expand... Any way to shoehorn a larger printer into that area? they break up and get stuck inside the fuser - what a mess to try to get the pieces out.

Keep in mind, buying some oddball old printer is going to cause a support nightmare (not that this thing isn't already), $20K sounds like a lot, but eventually that PC is AS far as networking, if you can find a 3com 3905 PCI card, WIn98 will have built-in driver support that should get you on the LAN to print through generic drivers.  I tested out that printer and it worked first try How's that for dumb luck? This driver will be on the Win98 CD, just install using the normal method for 98.

NOTE that the 2.x versions have NO Un-install; the 3.x versions DO - in Add/Remove Programs.After you have installed these drivers, after you have plugged in or installed a USB device