64 Bit Driver for Tally T6050 Printer on Windows Server 2008

Anyone know where I can get the 64 bit driver for the Tally T6050 Printer for Windows Server 2008.
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harris9999Asked:
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David_IngledewCommented:
It looks like all development stopped as it's been superceded.

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Alternatively theres the Generic;Generic/Text Only which may not be ideal but could communcate?
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harris9999Author Commented:
Whats the Generic Text Only?  Is there one on the website for that?

It was installed on the older server which is Windows 2003.
Is it possible to pull a driver from that server and use it? It hasn't been disposed of yet.
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David_IngledewCommented:
The Generic/Generic is a builtin Windows driver as far as I know.

Some drivers can be ported across, but 64bit is the troublemaker here. Have you got the original disk/driver download used to configure the old server - if so just give it a try.
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harris9999Author Commented:
No don't have an original installation disks and not sure who installed it on the old server.  

It installed with the Generic Driver ok.  Not on location to test it or anything.  

The old server was 64 bit so it may be possible to port across?
How would you port a printer driver across?

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David_IngledewCommented:
The driver may be in here C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers or in the generic windows driver folders.

During the install did it create a foilder with the driver on the old server? (e.g. Dell utilities create a c:\dell\UpdateCode\driver, HP often create a file structure for their drivers)
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harris9999Author Commented:
Have been able to get it going with the Generic Driver.
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