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Thank you for your answer.

We have a networked QSS3101 (see Figure 1) and we added a win7 computer to the network. In this computer we installed the "QSS Printer Driver" but the Printer Name and IP Address do not appear (see Figure 2). The other computers with win xp and "QSS Printer Driver" work well.

All computers have antivirus "ESET SMART SECURITY 5".

Can you help us.

Regards

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As I understand it, there is a new driver for Windows 7 OS, which costs around $2100. The driver for Windows 2000 and XP will not install on a Windows 7 PC. We are working around that by printing from the OM-1 station on our Noritsu ddp-411. I don't like it, because it truncates the file names (where printing from PhotoShop did not), but we can't afford the new software.

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Dear Noritsu Fans.

After a month of absence, return to the issue. Finally I present a possible solution to the problem.

Vfixit:

It would be interesting to know how you did for the QSS Printer Driver works with Windows 7. What is your version of QSS printer driver? We have the version 3.00.

Dave S:

Yes we can access, the QSS-3101, from Windows 7 PC.

When it comes to Windows 7 Home, you are right. But when it comes to Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate does not have to modify registry. We have Windows 7 Ultimate.

Wilebaldo:

When turning off the Firewall on both computers, Windows 2000 and Windows 7 and using the compatibility mode, Driver in Windows 7 was installed. We move a step!. Now the QSS Printer Driver in Windows 7 can see the QSS-31 and its IP Adrress as you can see in Figure # 1.

BUT when you add a new printer, the Windows 7 throws the error  0x00000057, see Figure 2, which says, "... can not add the specified port ..."

Do you have any error 57 solution ?

Another way:

Failure to resolve the error 57, we'll try installing a virtual machine using free program "VMware Player". Putting Win XP as Hosting and Windows 7 as Guest (vice versa will not work).

Free VMware Player download link: http://www.vmware.com/products/player/overview.html

Keep in touch

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