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Lexmark 3300 Networked from XP to 98

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I have the Lexmark X3350, an All-in-One hooked up via USB to my Win XP Home PC. I would love for my Win 98 box to be able to print to it over the network. I had an older Lexmark and I had no problem with this. Lexmark's tech support said there was no Cross OS driver compatability. Basically, they said I couldn't have the computers share it unless they were all the same OS.

Any ideas to work around this? I tried to create a generic printer connected to the USB port that I could share, but I can't get another printer driver to talk to the USB port.
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Try hooking the printer up to your 98 machine and then share it and try and see if you can add the printer on your XP machine.
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