|14 Aug 2013||#3|
You can delete the original driver file once the driver is installed and working fine. However, it is advisable to keep all the drivers for your system in one location so that in point of need you don't have to spend time finding and downloading the correct driver.
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|20 Aug 2013||#5|
I installed driver for Lexmark x8350 on my Compaq computer (Windows Vista 64). There is no app/logo on the desktop to print, scan. I need to double click on that app/logo to get access to scanner. There has to be a way
Welcome to Seven forums.
It would be better if you open a new thread for a different issue. Please go to start all programs and there would be application available.
Right click on the application and send it to desktop to get the application on desktop for you.
Keep us posted with the results so we can advise you further.
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