Monday, November 30, 2015

Installing drivers for Kodak All-In-One printers in Windows

Had to recently re-install drivers for a Kodak AIO printer after removing the re-image adware. However, despite detecting the printer, the driver installation always fails, even after removing the previous drivers. Eventually I figured out it was because Windows automatically tries to install the device as a scanner, thus preventing the device from being installed as an AIO printer. The solution: Disable automatic device detection first before installing the driver.

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