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konica minolta di3510 driver for windows 7 64bits

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Hi

I have a customer that has an old konica minolta di3510 photocopier
which serves as a network printer as well

Every time I install a new computer I'm faced with the same issue, where did I get that driver from last time ? The one that worked...I think I always ended up using a Vista driver

Now I have to install computers which are running windows 7 64bits and I can't seem to find a driver that will work - win7 keeps refusing the driver during installation

Any ideas ?

thanks

yann
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by:John Hurst
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It could be the printer is simply not supported. In that case, there is nothing you can do.

Try this:

Open Devices and Printers, Add a Printer, Local Printer, Next. See the Windows Printer Update button beside Have Disk.

Run Printer Update and allow to complete. This will take a while.  Exit out (do not add anything) and restart.

There should now be some Konica Minolta drivers there (although maybe not with model numbers).  Try one of the B&W laser drivers and see if that works.

.... Thinkpads_User
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by:hdhondt
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The Windows Compatibility Center does not know your printer. However, the di3510 supports PCL and PostScript. A PS driver for any other printer will work just fine. Try to pick one that has a similar tray (and other options) setup as your printer.
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