Links to printer drivers from the mfg's pages.

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AB Dick

Hewlett Packard

QMS

Alps

IBM

QUME

Apple

Integrex

Rastergraphics Printer firmware

Brother

Ithaca Peripherals

Raven

Calcomp

JetFax

Ricoh

Canon (USA) ... Europe

Kodak

Rimage

CBM America

Kodak/Danka

Roland

Centronics

Kodak Ektaplus

Samsung..(1) ... (2)

Citizen America

Konica

SATO

Citizen (Europe)

Kyocera

Seiko Instruments

C.ITOH/CIE America

Laser Master/Colorspan

Seikosha America

Cognitive Solutions (Axiohm)

Lexmark

Sharp (1) ... Sharp (2)

Compaq

Magnetec

Shinko

CoStar

Mannesman Tally

Star Micronics (1) ... (2)

Dataproducts

Microcom

Synergystex

Datasouth

Minolta

Summagraphics

Diconix

Mita

Talaris

Digital/DEC

Mitsubishi

Tandy

Encad

NEC

Tektronix

Epson (USA) ... (UK)

NewGen

Texas Instruments/TI

Everex

OCE

Tharo Systems

Facit

Olympus

Triumph Adler

Fargo

Output Technology Corp/OTC

Toshiba

Fuji (Fuji Film)

Okidata Newer ... Older

Unisys

Fujitsu

Olivetti

Westrex

Fujitsu Japan (FTP series)

Panasonic

Xante

GCC Technologies

Pentax

Xerox

Genicom

Printek

Xionics

 

Printronix

Zebra Technologies

http://www.autodesk.com Although it claims to be "A detailed list of all known printers and plotters" and the devices or models that they emulate from Autodesk's page, this page is missing many known printers. It's value is that it has many "legacy" models and defunct manufacturers listed here that are difficult or impossible to find elsewhere. If you can't find a Win/Win95 driver for your "legacy" printer, check here to see what it emulates and use that driver.

www.download.com Generic driver DL site. Printers, video, scanners and most other peripheral devices.

www.drivershq.com Another generic driver DL site

www.windrivers.com Yet another driver DL site.

www.mwmicro.com 145 drivers for various printers sold by Midwest Micro. Oki, Star Micronics, Lexmark, Canon, HP, Win 3.1, Win95 OS/2 et al.

NOTE!! Many dot matrix printers are Epson or IBM ProPrinter compatible and many laser printers are HP LaserJet compatible. (often called emulation) Most manufacturers designed their printers to be compatible to take advantage of the existing applications written for IBM, Epson and HP printers. If your manual states that the printer is IBM, Epson or LaserJet compatible use a "native" Epson, IBM or HP driver from your OS and you should be fine. My Star Micronics 1000 ran fine as an IBM ProPrinter even when doing bit mapped graphics.