no PCL6 drivers for Xerox WorkCentre 7132 for Windows 2008R2

Posted on 2014-08-20
Last Modified: 2014-08-23
This is an older printer installed in a site that we are moving from a Windows 2003 SBS server to Windows 2008R2. I have been unsuccessful in locating any 64 and 32 bit PCL6 drivers for this printer. Can anyone help me with this one?
Question by:johnny181
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    To my knowledge the drivers you request do not exist.
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    From the website:

    It supports PCL6 "emulation" - not native

    You will be stuck with PCL5 or PS

    I spoke with Stanley at Xerox and he confirmed that.
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    Xerox printers traditionally work better with PS anyway

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