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Lexmark Printer Drivers

Updated on June 21, 2010

Lexmark Printer Drivers

Lexmark is an American corporation, which was founded in 1991 as a spin-off of IBM's printer-manufacturing division. Lexmark develops and manufactures printing and imaging solutions, including inkjet and laser printers, multifunction devices, printing supplies, and services for business and individual consumers.

There may be times when you are required to update the drivers for your Lexmark printer. Perhaps you just installed a fresh copy of your operating system and lost the driver media. You bought some new software and need to update for compatibility. The list goes on. Unfortunately, updating your Lexmark printer drivers isn't always as easy as we would like.

Locating Lexmark Printer Drivers

First you need to know the model of your Lexmark printer. Usually this is as simple as locating a badge or sticker, though it's possible that this is missing. If you are unable to locate the model you could try to match the printer up to a picture but that could take hours of frustrating comparisons.

Once you have identified which model of Lexmark printer you own, the next logical step would be to head over to the Lexmark website. You may have to dodge a few advertisements but they should have a driver download section available that should carry your driver. Alternately, you could just do a Google search for your Lexmark printer model and hope for the best. You may have to download a few versions of your driver and do some trial and error to find a working driver but it is possible.

All this can be time consuming and frustrating. If you are like me your time is valuable, thankfully there is a better way!

An Easier Solution

If you want the fastest way possible to update the drivers for your system and peripheral devices there is a program called Driver Detective which will automate the process. What it will do is scan your computer system, identifying all of the devices and attached peripheral devices. Next it will quickly locate the most up to date drivers for each device by searching its massive database of over 2 million drivers! It is as simple as clicking your mouse button. To learn more about this great program visit the link below.

>> Automatically Update Drivers Now! <<

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      10 years ago

      Great Hub! Great Product too ;)


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