I don't know how old that is, but even if you can find
drivers for it, it's probably not worth it. A newer printer
will do a much better job. My current printer is an Epson
printer/scanner/copier. $80. Epson is very sleazy in that
they won't allow me to print without what they consider
to be full cartridges. There seems to be a timer function.
It actually won't allow me to print when it decides I need
to spend more money on ink, even though it's still printing
fine. On the other hand, my last printer was HP and that
ink was more expensive. They're all sleazy in that they
sell the printers cheap and the ink high. But that's also why
you should just buy a new printer. Buying new, with the
limited cartridges that come with the printer, can be almost
as cheap as just buying ink. But make sure there are drivers
for your PC. Some new ones might not support XP. Your
old one might not support XP and later.
| I've had this for some time but it's been idle -- haven't printed a
| color page in years but have some current graphics would like to make
| some prints of...anyway, brought it back upstairs from storage and
| started to clean up the dust bunnies and all to put in new cartridges,
| etc., ...
| There are three loose little leaf spring-like pieces that clearly(?) are
| part of the paper guide that were loose inside; looks like they simply
| fell from where they belong at some time when it was placed in a
| non-upright position. For the life of me, it's been so long since used
| it I don't recall where they were and I can't figure out exactly how
| they did go. There are three areas obvious, two for handling full 8-1/2
| width and the third to handle narrow stock by spacing but just how they
| went escapes me.
| Know it's an extreme outside chance anybody here has one of these or
| remembers one well enough to help but thought I'd take a chance't...
| I did a fair amount of googling and looking on Lexmark site last evening
| but no joy in finding mention of these puppies, unfortunately, and no
| pictures nor drawings that could pick 'em out on...