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problem with laserjet 1320 driver

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Laserjet 1320
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

hi. we have a laserjet1320 which its installed on a system with windows 7 - 86x and its working fine.

we share it and using it with the other systems with windows 7 - 86X in the network

but we have 2 systems with windows 7 - 64x . printer can works in usb mode but when we right click on shared printer and click on the connect, there is an error

 

i download the  last windows 7 - 64X printer driver but it wont work

here is the pictures of errors

 

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Common issue and there is a work around that will work.  You need to load the printer on each of the 64 bit machines using the add printer, local printer, port lpt1  and choose the driver and do not use autodetect.  Now on the machine to which the printer is connected write down that computer name and the share name you gave it.  Now on the 64 bit machine go to devices and printers and right click on the printer icon and scroll down to the first properties and left click.  Now click on ports and then add port, local port and in the box that comes up type in the computer name and share name using the following syntax:  \\computername\sharename where you substitute your names.  Save the settings and you will now be able to print to the shared printer.

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