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Roland GRX 400 AR Plotter setup in W95

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I have a GRX 400 AR plotter, and it works correctly in W3.11 with the driver HP7585A, using LPT1. I try to use the same driver in W95 and the plotter send a message like "command not recognized". What can i do?. Try to use the serial port? Install W.3.11 at the same time that W95? Try with another driver? (In Roland told me that this is the correct driver)
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Make sure you have C:\WINDOWS\SETVER.EXE in your autoexec.bat.
and try running C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MKCOMPAT.EXE.
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