printer driver for 4/68

Posted on 2000-02-07
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Last Modified: 2010-04-12
I have to print 132 column module on a Bull 4/68 installed on a PC used a print server in my NT 4.0 Network. This print server is linked to a SNA Server.

My 132 columns prints are cutted in almost 80 columns.

Probably I have to install right NT printer driver Bull 4/68 for NT 4.0.

Where I can Find it ?

Best regards.
Question by:vita052298
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briancassin earned 400 total points
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according to the info.l you gave me I am assuming you are talking about a compuprint printer  here is there list of driver it has up to the 4/66 I do not see a listing for the 4/68 model


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