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November 4th, 2008 No comments

This is great news to all users of both FX DocuPrint 340A-AP and FX DocuPrint 240A-AP driver models because Fuji-Xerox Corporation comes up with the latest driver update for


The driver software package launched and released on the market on December 10, 2004 and was formally added on the list last November 04, 2008. The version that is still offered to all users is version 2004-12-10.

System Requirements

PC system requirements as well as more requirements for this driver application are intended mostly for users of Windows operating systems. The Windows OS that is usable used for this printer driver are the following:

- Windows NT
- Windows 2000
- Windows 2003
- Windows XP


When it comes to downloading statistics, presently, there has been about 16 times that it was downloaded and one of which done recently. Pricing and product limitation is still not available.


You can download the latest printer driver update for to enhance the stability, performance and quality of your personal computer as well as its ability to resolve conflicts on your driver and improve its error fixing capacity. All users of as well as users who have Windows OS such Windows 7, XP and Vista must have this driver downloaded to their system.

As you download this driver update, you have to follow some easy yet structured instructions to install this software. Here are the things you need to follow:

• You may click here to start the driver download for
• “Save File” should be clicked and you may begin installing the software as soon as the completion of download is done.
• On the confirmation message box, you must click “Run”.
• To complete the driver installation of, you may follow on-screen prompts to get things set.


Keep in mind that is a driver application which act as a link among your personal computer’s main components such as its software, Windows operating system as well as hardware. It would be necessary for you to uninstall the old version of if if you are going to make an upgrade for outdated one to use the updated version. Another thing is, if for any reason your becomes corrupted and successful updating of is no longer possible, then it would be recommended that the be uninstalled and then reinstall the software again or upgrade it to a much better version.

For manual uninstalling on Windows OS, you may need to follow the step-by-step procedures beneath:

Step 1: Click “Start” in the bottom left corner of the screen as you log in to an administrator account both in Windows Vista or XP.

Step 2: For Windows Vista users: Select “Hardware and Sound” as you click “Control Panel”.
For Windows XP users: Select “Performance and Maintenance” after clicking “Control Panel”.

Step 3: For Windows Vista users: Under “Device Manager”, you may click on “View hardware and devices”.
For Windows XP users: To open “System properties” window, you may click “System”. The button “Device Manager” should be then clicked afterwards.

Step 4: To expand the entry, click on “+” next to “Sound, Video and Game Controllers”

Step 5: You may right-click on a sub-entry containing a phrase in line with Click “OK” to confirm as you select “Uninstall”. To reboot your PC, click “Restart now” to complete the process.