Did a search, and again on such files exists on my computer. However, printer was “unable to communicate”. Wednesday, April 4, 2: I tried all the directories you listed into the drivers folder and W32x86 folder. Move them to a temp directory.
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I got a hold of Lexmark tech support and got it working. Wednesday, April vieta, 7: If so, what is the directory? Sign in to vote. Reboot PC Again 7. Remove From My Forums.
I cannot get my Lexmark X to communicate with Windows Vista. Move them to a temp directory.
Wednesday, April 11, 8: Actually, it caused my computer to reboot in safe mode. Installed the latest drivers for Visa, available late march.
My suggestion is to move them all out of that directory. Went to command prompt and typed the lexbces -u and there was an error message that said that this was “not recognized as an internal or external command, operatable program or batch file.
Resources for IT Professionals. Should I put them back? Go try it and let us know if it is working My scanner works again!
Anyhoo, when I was done, I could print a test page. The only question I have is – I moved all the lx files from the C: Step 7 resulted in a “file not found” for me and scanning my lxemark showed that lexbces.
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I checked the path you specified and had no lxcs files whatsoever, or LXBX files exists.
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Sunday, April 8, 1: Friday, April 6, 2: I tried all the directories you listed into the drivers folder and W32x86 folder. However, the lack of that file did NOT stop me from getting the printer working. All of this sounds fine, actually I did 1,2,3,4,5 all leexmark rebooting i. If it doesn’t work, you can always move them back in I lexamrk enjoy this printer and sure don’t wana throw it in the pile of obsolete equipment yet.