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So I was about to install my printer for Windows 7, go to Lexmark's website and poof. They say they do not have a driver for Windows 7. I go to Microsoft's Windows 7 Compatibility Center and it says it installs automatically without extra software:

Anyone have any idea how I would get this to install? I plugged in the USB and it failed to install it.

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You might define "failed to install it" more clearly – Moab Oct 4 '10 at 2:22

Try right clicking the installer and go to properties, and enable compatability mode for Windows Vista.

See if that sorts it out?

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There is no installer. Only an inf file. – muncherelli Oct 10 '10 at 17:34
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There is actually no way to install this on Windows 7. I have installed a VMWare Container with Windows XP which I was able to connect to via USB on a remote computer.

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