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Network Printers and Windows xp mode on windows 7

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I need step by step instruction on how to print to a domain printer from xp mode on my 64 bitwindows 7 professional workstation.
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Shaik M. Sajid earned 2000 total points
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1)  the following link..
http://uis.georgetown.edu/software/documentation/winxp/winxp.network.printer.html

if it ask for drivers select windows update..


 2) if u have the driver u are unable to install .. then select the driver file .EXE file right click proporties - ther u'll find the option  XP mode ... select  and clise ... then install the driver...


all the best
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