The answer is "sort of."
Vista includes a generic PCL5 and PCL6 driver. In general, PCL6 is what to
use because its a newer version that PCL5. HOwever, using these drivers is
The only way I could get them to work was to go to the Add Printer dialog
and then pick the top option which says it's only for a non-USB printer. Use
this even if you do have a USB attached printer. Then proceed to add the
printer as usual, selecting the USB6 driver. When asked which port to use
pick one of the 2 USB ports listed (assuming of course your printer is USB
This should get the printer to work. Good luck.
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