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How to set up Epson lx300 on Windows 7?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Guessing u don't have driver.... hopefully, u can install this printer without driver by following here:
    Connect printer > go to control panel > device and printers > select "the printer that i want isn't listed" option then click next. Now click Add a local printer or network.... option, it asks for printer port which is default as LPT1. Now select manufacturer as Epson then right pane select Epson LX series 1 and click next. Type ur desire name of the printer and click next. If u wish u can share this printer (if it is for office use). Now u can take a test print to ensure that is it Ok and make this is default printer.
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  • bhannah
    Epson no longer supports this printer past Vista so they no longer supply drivers for this printer.  Also, a lot of the newer system board do not come with a LPT1 printer port so it would have to attached via a print server.  You can attempt to use either a generic Microsoft Text Printer Driver (Dot Matrix) or you can attempt to use the generic Epson LX printer driver.  If you can get it to work with the generic drivers and it does print correctly, then you can set up a share on your system so it can be shared to the network.
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