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You in this tutorial, I will show you how to download and install a print driver for a Lexmark copier. First, we're going to go to your favorite internet browser. You can use Internet Explorer, but I choose to use Mozilla Firefox. So go ahead and open your browser and we're just going to go to Lexmark.com. Then, we're going to mouse over where it says "downloads" and when the pop-up menu shows, we're going to click on "driver finder". Just type in the numbers of whatever model you're looking for. We're working with the 651, so I'm gonna type "651 driver". It really doesn't matter whether you use PCL or PostScript. A lot of people will say just install the PCL. If you have any problems printing or any other products, you might try the PostScript driver. You know, if you run into any trouble with that. For everyday printing, you can probably use the PCL and not have any problems at all. So go ahead and find which one will be suitable for you. I'm on Windows 7 running a 32-bit operating system. If you don't know if you're 32-bit or 64-bit, wait to find out. Go down to the Start menu, right-click on computer, click on properties. This should work in Windows XP as well. It will look a little bit different, but I'm running Windows 7, 32-bit operating system. If it said 64, then we would need to download the 64-bit driver. So, there's 64, this is 32, this is Windows Vista and Server 2008. Even though this doesn't say that it's for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows 7 can pretty much use the same drivers. So that's the only PCL 32-bit driver for Windows Vista. So that's the one I'm going to have to...