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Video: Print Queue-Based Driver Installation in Windows 10

Document ID:HO3976

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About this video

This video is provided for example purposes only. It is intended to familiarize users with the installation of a print queue-based Universal Print Driver (UPD) PS using the driver and software CD.

NOTE: Windows 10 drivers may not be immediately available. In the meantime, you may use Windows 8 or 8.1 driver packages for Windows 10 supported printers.

The following sequence of procedures you need to perform are summarized in the video below:

  1. Observe extraction of files to a temporary folder.
  2. Accept the License Agreement.
  3. Remove the check mark next to "Launch the Add Printer Wizard after extraction completes".
  4. Extract to C:\Lexmark\Lexmark_Universal_v2_UD1_PS NOTE: Make sure to take note of this path.
  5. Locate the extraction location via File Explorer > This PC > Local Disk (C:) > Lexmark > Lexmark_Universal_v2_UD1_PS > Drivers > Print > GDI, and copy this directory path (Ctrl +C).
  6. Open Control PanelHardware and Sound > View devices and printers.
  7. Click Print server properties > Drivers tab > Change Driver Settings > Add.
  8. Click Next in Add Printer Driver Wizard.
  9. Select x86 for 32-bit, and x64 for 64-bit OSes/drivers.
  10. Click Have Disk....
  11. Press Ctrl + V in dialog box for Copy manufacturer's files from: to paste the directory C:\Lexmark\Lexmark_Universal_v2_UD1_PS\Drivers\Print\GDI.
  12. Highlight the printer and clicking Next, and then Finish NOTE: Notice a new printer driver entry appears under Print server properties.
  13. Click Close.
  14. Select Add a printer.
  15. Select Add a printer using a TCP/IP address or hostname, and click Next.
  16. Select Device type: TCP/IP Device.
  17. Enter the printer's Hostname or IP Address, and click Next.
  18. Select Lexmark from the Manufacturer list.
  19. Locate the printer driver under Printers, and click Next NOTE: This is the same driver you saw under Print server properties.
  20. Select Replace the current driver, and click Next.
  21. Type a printer name (optional).
  22. Click Next to see Installing printer....
  23. Select Share this printer so that others on your network can find and use it.
  24. Enter a share name, click Next.
  25. Click Finish NOTE: A new printer appears under Devices and Printers.



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