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There is probably a way to make this old printer work with your new computer.
You don't say what printer model you have. The version of Windows 7 also may make a difference. 64 bit or 32 bit?
First, Google (search) using the terms Windows 7 and *your printer model*. You want to find a direct link to the printer manufacturer. There are many bogus websites that will want to charge you and/or send you junk.
Check on the printer manufacturer's website for new drivers. There is usually a link for updates and downloads.
Maybe it is time for a new printer. They are inexpensive and usually have better quality than older printers. Replacement ink is still where they make their money.
Helping Travelers to Plan, Preserve, and Share their Travels
I have to laugh in thinking about our 'travel' printer. Ours is a color, laser, duplexing printer. It's about 2.5 feet square and another 2 feet high. It's perfect for traveling … if you have custom furniture built just for it! 🙂
See what I mean in this blog post: http://geeksontour.blogspot.co…..iture.html
Jim said he did know of a nice little printer, but he hasn't had a chance to write here. I think he said it was a Canon travel printer … I find one here: