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Posted by lianseo1989blog on March 23, 2014, 7:40 am
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The Epson driver is loaded and the computer has a default printer (properly identified as a TM-U235) but I am still not clear if this driver is an XP, Vista, what kinda driver, I don't know. Has anyone tackled this one before? I need to have a 7 driver to run this printer and I can't find one anywhere (except for the scam driver monitor software ploys).

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