On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 9:40 PM, Kenny <cheeseylem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So I've been hearing that DOS needs no drivers for a printer. Well, it's not 
> working for me. If it helps, I have an HP printer. It's not that new, and 
> connects via USB, but other than that, that's all I know. I have no idea what 
> to do. And telling me that it's not going to work unless you do something, 
> and not telling me how to do it is not going to help me at all (just saying). 
> I tried using the "print" command, but all it did was add it to a queue. I 
> tried doing it through the "edit" program by changing the ports to every 
> option there was on there, but it still didn't work. I would like some 
> friendly advice and instructions on how to do it. Thanks,

The issue is getting DOS to see the printer at all.  See if this helps:

>     --- A FreeDOS User
> P.S.- This is a continuation of the thread "Printer Setup" by me

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