Posts Tagged ‘Windows Vista’

Roll Back Drivers In Different Windows 7 and Windows Vista

April 17th, 2012 No comments

Rolling back a device driver in Windows means returning it to the previous version the was last installed for the said device. This is one of the troubleshooting options that you have if in any case a driver update fails to fix occurring problems of if it cases new ones. Basically, this means returning the driver to a working version, or uninstalling the latest driver that you have downloading and automatically reinstalling the previous one.

The specifics on how you can use the Driver Roll Back features depend on what Operating System you have, so below is a short and easy to follow instructions on how to do roll back drivers in Windows 7 and Windows Vista:

Roll back drivers for Windows 7

1. Open Device Manager from the Control Panel of Windows 7, or you can type ‘Device Manager’ in the search box to access it

2. Navigate through the different hardware categories in Device Manager to locate the hardware device that you want to perform roll back the driver for. You can do so by clicking the [+] or the > icon under the major hardware categories.

3. After successfully locating the hardware device, right click on its icon or name and check out its Properties, and click Driver Tab>Roll Back Driver buttons

4. When a message that states, ‘Are you sure you would like to roll back to the previously installed driver software?’ is displayed, click the Yes button. This will restore the previously installed driver.

5. Click Close button, which is located at the bottom part of the device properties screen.

6. When a display message stating, ‘Your hardware settings have changed. You must restart your computer for these changes to take effect. Do you want to restart your computer now?’, click Yes to automatically restart your PC. Once Windows 7 starts again, the device driver that is previously installed for the hardware device will load.

Roll back drivers for Windows Vista

1. Open Device Manager from your computer’s Control Panel to locate the hardware device that you want to perform a roll back device drivers for. You can do this by navigating through major hardware devices and clicking the [+] icon to see other devices available.

2. Right click on the icon and choose Properties>Driver>Roll Back Driver

3. When a message stating, ‘ Are you sure you would like to roll back to the previously installed driver software?’ is displayed, click the Yes button to perform a roll back driver on the said device. This will restore the previously installed driver. Click the close button.

4. When a display message stating, ‘Your hardware settings have changed. You must restart your computer for these changes to take effect. Do you want to restart your computer now?’, click Yes to automatically restart your PC. Once Windows Vista starts again, the device driver that is previously installed for the hardware device will load.

device driver update is one of the most important steps that you need to do is you want your computer to perform at its best however, downloading the wrong file can sometimes happen. When it does happen, you can always perform the roll back driver option to troubleshoot the problem.

3DP Net Driver Update

October 26th, 2011 No comments

If you had painful headaches searching through the web finding the correct drivers for your newly formatted PC, then 3DP Chip  and 3DP Net are definitely useful free-wares minimizing your effort and time spent looking for your PC component drivers.

3DP Net is able to automatically install the right network driver for your personal computer even if Windows is re-installed and will not be able to connect to the internet because of the absence of the right driver.

3DP Net has the function to detect the network adapter which is installed on your personal computer and automatically choose the appropriate driver from the integrated ethernet card driver pool enabling internet use with ease.

First, it is recommended to run 3DP Net after re-installing Windows for detecting network adapter and install driver, then as soon as you get hold of internet connection, run 3DP Chip for other component drivers.

3DP Net is a network driver with version 11.10 for enhancing the newly added product and support and updated drivers. This is published by 3DP, released on October 18, 2011 and added on the 26th day of the same month and year. The system requirements for this application only caters for Windows operating systems which may include Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows Server 2008. It has a file size of 38.54MB using the filename 3DP_Net_v1110.exe. Its license model is free having total download statistics of 1,264,155 which 7,056 was done last week.

Now, you can simply enjoy its features and functions by downloading it now.



GorMedia MoreCam Driver Update

October 25th, 2011 No comments

Now, there is one of a kind technology in the world that can split a webcam without having to use a virtual webcam. This can be used with various camera specifications including ManyCam, youCam, Magic Camera and VCam. With the driver, you can even use these virtual webcams software all at the same time because real webcam will not be occupied by these virtual webcam any more.

This driver application from GorMedia supports all IM providers like Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Camfrog, ICQ and AIM. GorMedia MoreCam camera driver is a WHQL certificated for XP32, XP64, Win7x32, Win7x64 as well as supports Vista32 and Vista64. It also provides SDK to add real-time video effects.

The latest from this version is that with its Version 2.0, it adds support to Vista32 and Vista64. It improves installation, fixed installation issues and signs all .exe,.dll files.

GorMedia MoreCam was released on October 14, 2011 and was added on October 24, 2011. The Windows operating systems that can be used for this camera driver is Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows Vista.Its file size is 1.13MB with a filename MoreCamDriver.exe. When it comes to popularity, its total downloads are 628 and 128 of that was made the prior week.

At this point, you can download your free GorMedia MoreCam camera driver to enjoy its features and functions.



Help: The Sound on my Computer is not Working

April 21st, 2010 4 comments

The Sound on my computer is not working. What should I do?


I can’t hear any sounds from the speakers or play any music on my computer. What is the problem?

There can be more than one reason, why the computer can’t play any sounds. These are discussed below.

If you have a desktop computer, it may or may not have a separate sound card. But in case of laptops, the sound card is integrated into the motherboard and cannot be removed, so some of the solutions may not apply to laptops.  Also, laptops come with built-in speakers, so the external speakers and cabling problems may not apply here, unless you use external speakers or headphones.

So, where do you start, when you can’t hear any sounds from your computer? Try the steps given below, one by one.

1. Reboot the computer

Before we start with the solutions, did you try the simplest solution first? Rebooting or restarting the computer is the simplest solution and should be tried first. If you didn’t already reboot, try it now. The sounds may just work after a reboot.

2. Enable the System Sounds

Can you hear the Windows startup sounds from the computer? If you can hear the Windows startup and shutdown sounds, the sound card is working fine. If you can’t hear any startup sounds, enable the System Sounds from the Control Panel, if they are disabled.

Enable System Sounds. (Click for a larger image)

If you aren’t able to enable the system sounds and they are grayed out, you may need to reinstall the sound driver.

3. Is the problem only with an audio CD?

Are you trying to play an audio CD, and not getting any sound? If you can hear the System Sounds, but can’t hear anything from the audio CD, even though your audio player software shows that it’s playing the disc, the problem is most likely with the digital cable (see image 1 below) that goes from the CD/DVD drive to the sound card (image 2 below) (or to the motherboard).

One side of this cable goes into the back of the CD/DVD drive and the other goes into the sound card or on to the motherboard (in case of motherboards with built-in sound).

CD_DVD_Digital_Audio_Cable   CD_DVD_Connectors
Digital Audio Cable                IDE CD/DVD Connectors

4. Are the speakers properly connected?

Are the speakers connected to the proper sound port / jack, at the back of the computer? Are they powered ON? External speakers generally have a separate power adapter, which plugs into the wall socket or any other power source. Is the speaker volume control, set to a comfortable level? If not, turn it to the middle position.

If in doubt, test your speakers by connecting them to another sound device like CD/DVD player or a radio/tape player, or any sound source. If you can hear sounds from the speakers, they are fine.

Check that the speaker pin is connected to the green jack at the back of the computer.

Sound Card Jacks

Also, check that the sound (check speaker icon in the system tray) isn’t muted. Such a simple thing, which can happen accidentally, can confuse some people when they can’t hear sounds from their computers. This can get overlooked because the speaker icon may be lost between many other icons.  Click it and un-mute the sound, if it’s muted.

Note: If you can’t see the speaker icon in the system tray, you may need to enable it from the Control Panel. From the Control Panel, double-click "Sound and Audio Devices" and check the box that says "Place volume icon in the taskbar" and click OK.

Add volume Icon to Taskbar

5. Test with a pair of headphones

Try plugging in a pair of headphones in place of the speakers, to check whether you can hear anything. Play a song or music CD or any sound file, which you may have on the computer. If you don’t have one handy, you can run a command to test your sound:

Click the Start button, and then click Run (or Search, in Windows 7 / Vista). Type the following command and then press the Enter key:


DirectX Diagnostic Tool

If you can’t see the name of the sound driver, or aren’t able to hear the sound by using the ‘Test DirectSound’ button, or you get an error, the problem may be with the sound driver. Reinstall the sound driver.

6. Try doing a System Restore

If the sound worked sometime ago and now it isn’t working for some reason, the simplest solution for re-installing the sound driver is to do a System Restore. Restore the system to a date that you know, when your sound worked. Check out the following links for a YouTube video and short tutorials on System Restore.

Note: Current documents, files and e-mails are not affected by System Restore. If you get an error like “Restoration Incomplete. Your computer cannot be restored", undo the last action by selecting “Undo my last restoration”. If you restored the system recently, the “Undo my last restoration” option is displayed in the System Restore list. You can use it to undo your most recent restore. This option is available only after you do a restore.

Here’s a YouTube video on how to restore a system with System Restore.

For more information about System Restore, visit the following link:

Sytem Restore FAQ

For Windows 7 or Vista:

7. Manually, diagnose the sound driver

If System Restore didn’t help or you get a message that System Restore couldn’t be completed, try the following:

Start the Device Manager (Start -> Run -> devmgmt.msc and hit the Enter key).  In Device Manager, Click the + sign next to "Sound, video and game controllers". See that the sound driver that you noted from dxdiag above, is listed.

Double-click this sound driver. Device Manager should give a status message that the driver is working fine. If the driver isn’t there or if it shows a yellow exclamation mark, shows under other devices, or gives any other kind of status message, or there’s no sound driver at all, reinstall the driver. In any case, it doesn’t harm to reinstall the sound driver.

From this sound driver properties page, you may also click the Troubleshoot button, to open the Sound Troubleshooter in the Windows Help and Support Center.

Sound Troubleshooter in the Windows Help and Support Center

You can also visit the following link about tips for fixing common sound problems:

8. Enable/disable the built-in sound support in the BIOS

If your motherboard has built-in sound support, make sure that it’s enabled in the System BIOS/CMOS. However, if you have a separate sound card, and your motherboard’s built-in sound is also enabled in the BIOS/CMOS, there can be a conflict between the two sound cards. In this case, disable the built-in sound support from the BIOS/CMOS, if it’s not already disabled.

Enable/disable the built-in sound support in BIOS

Here’s a video on how to enter the System BIOS/CMOS:

And here’s another one:

Here’s a three-part video about everything you would want to know about the System BIOS/CMOS settings:

9. Reinstall Windows

If your motherboard’s built-in sound isn’t working, even after re-installing the sound driver, doing a System Restore, you can try reinstalling Windows.

Here are some YouTube videos about how to re-install Windows:

For installing/reinstalling Windows XP:

For installing/reinstalling Windows Vista:

If you have to re-install Windows, you may want to backup any critical data files on to CD/DVD discs or USB flash drives/portable hard drives, before starting the installation. Click here to search for prices on flash drives and here for portable (external) hard drives.

10. Add a separate sound card

If your motherboard’s built-in sound isn’t working, even after re-installing the sound driver, doing a System Restore and re-installing Windows, you need to add a separate sound card. The easy option for non-technical people is to get a USB sound card. Such a card is also helpful, if your motherboard has no free expansion slots for an add-on sound card.

What are USB Sound Cards? USB sound "cards" are actually external boxes that plug into the computer via USB. The sound is produced in the software which runs on the  computer. These boxes only provide for connectivity from the pc via the USB bus to an external device like a microphone or line in/out connector. It’s more appropriate to call them as audio interfaces.

USB Sound Card / Audio Interface

Click here to search for prices on Sound Cards.

11. Update the sound driver

Here’s an easy way to download and install/update your sound card driver.

12. Inspect the sound card

If updating the drivers didn’t help and if you have a separate sound card (not a built-in one on the motherboard), it’s possible that the drivers are correctly installed, but the sound card was displaced a little bit from its slot. This may be because there’s no screw holding it, or the card’s face plate misaligned with the computer case, which caused a loose contact between the card and the slot.

If you suspect this, you should power the computer off, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, open up the computer and pull out the card. Then, re-insert it firmly into the slot or insert it into another slot, if you have another one free. Make sure to tighten the screw, which fixes the card to the case, and put one there, if it’s missing. Here’s a YouTube video about installing a sound card.

13. Test the sound card with a Linux Live CD distro

If none of the above methods worked, power off, unplug and open up the computer. Then, pull out your sound card and test it in another computer.

You can also download and boot from an Ubuntu Linux disc (about 700 MB), or the very light DamnSmallLinux (50 MB only), just to test the card, in case you can’t test your card in another computer.

You’d need to burn the ISO file with the “burn image to disc” option, in your CD writing software. To know more, how to burn ISO files, visit this post.

14. Downgrade to Vista or XP, if using Windows 7

If you tested your sound card and it worked with another system, and you have Windows 7 on your computer, it’s most likely that Windows 7 doesn’t support your sound card yet. Here, you have two options – downgrade to Windows Vista or XP, or get a sound card which is supported by Windows 7.

Here’s a list of Windows 7 supported sound cards from Microsoft.

This page lists Windows 7 compatible hardware and software.

Check the compatibility status of your software and devices, here.

If the card didn’t work even with another system, try

another sound card.

15. Test by using a different USB port

If the card is a USB sound card, try connecting it to a different USB port, especially the ones at the back of the computer, if you tried only the front USB ports. If you can’t get the card to work, try it on another computer. If it works on the other computer, the problem may be with the USB ports on your computer.

Test your USB ports by connecting other USB devices. You may also try removing the USB drivers from the Device manager and let Windows re-install them upon reboot. If  your computer doesn’t recognize any USB device, try the solutions in Troubleshooting USB connections”.

16. More information

For more information, visit the following links:

Here’s a video about troubleshooting sound issues. If you can’t hear any sound on your computer, you should watch it on some other computer where sound works, so you can hear the guy.

dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP Driver Update

November 4th, 2008 No comments

Another one from Xerox is dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP version 2006-10-27 which supports FX DocuPrint C2100 PCL 6, FX DocuPrint C3055 PCL 6, FX DocuPrint C2535 A, FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 and FX DocuPrint C3055DX PCL 6 driver models. It was released on October 27, 2006 and added on the market list on November 04, 2008.

This printer driver has the same file name and a file size of 8.58MB, with an additional requirement of using Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows 2003.

dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP is becoming popular with total downloads of 13 times, the latest of which happened last week. This software can easily be downloaded by visiting this website.

Download this latest printer driver to improve your PC performance and stability, fix driver errors and resolves driver conflicts. This driver download is highly recommended to all users of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 compatible. Please follow the instructions below to download the driver.

Installation Instructions:

Click the above download link or Click here to begin dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP driver download.

Click “Save File”, and start dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP driver installer once the download completes.

Click “Run” on the confirmation message box.

Follow on-screen prompts to complete dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP driver installation.

Uninstall the stubborn dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP

If you find it difficult to remove the driver and even don’t know how to start the steps to eliminate this software, don’t get annoyed, every problem has its solution. Here I will show you the steps to delete it from your PC:

1. Click on Start Menu and then click Control Panel.

2. Double click Add/ Remove Programs and then find out dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP

3. Choose Remove to uninstall it.

4. Click Uninstall when the dialog box pops up

After using the Add/ Remove Programs, dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP still exist on your PC

After the above steps, if you still see the dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP on your PC, that means the Add/ Remove Programs can’t remove this program thoroughly for you. The reason for this is that when you operate the above steps, there are still some registry entries and related files left inside the registry and your program can’t be removed completely. Therefore, to totally remove the program you wanted, you need to get rid of the remaining entries.

To remove dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP completely, you need to uninstall the related files of dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP firstly. To do this, you can follow the steps below:

  • Open My Computer, enter to C:/Program Files/ and then delete them. This will eliminate the program files of dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1_sc.ZIP permanently.
  • Open REGEDIT.EXE (locates at C:/Windows folder), find out the program by pressing CTRL+F.
  • Delete all the registry keys that link this program. Driver Update

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.


FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 driver update

November 4th, 2008 No comments

FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 version 2006-03-10 from Xerox has a file size of 3.43MB having a file name dpc2100_pcl_95_2.6.1_tc.ZIP supports the program itself which was released on March 10, 2006 and was added on the market list since November 04, 2008. This application is categorized under printer drivers. A PC owner should be using and maintaining an operating system requirements such as Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 95 and Windows 2003.

Download the latest version of FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 device to improve computer stability as well as performance and driver errors and conflicts will be corrected. This driver is highly recommended for all users of FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 compatible. Follow the instructions to download the application program.

Instructions to install the program:

1. Click here to start FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 driver download.
2. Click on “Save File” FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 and start the installer when the download is complete.
3. Click “Run” button in the confirmation message.
4. Follow the screen instructions to complete the FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6-driver installation.

How to uninstall FX-DocuPrint-C4350-PCL-6?

If for any reason you want to uninstall FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 to fix strange errors, or you are looking for an effective way to completely uninstall, or you want fully remove its associated files out of your PC, or FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6  refuse to reinstall after you uninstalled it, then you can use a software program available and downloadable online which can provide you the answer to uninstall FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 completely from your PC to resolve various computer problems.

Here are the proven steps to uninstall FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6 through Windows operating systems:

  • From “Add/Remove” programs list, you may begin your steps to uninstall the printer application
  • You may click on “Start”
  • Then locate “Control Panel”
  • Within Control Panel, you may click onto “Add / Remove Programs”
  • Last is to locate the program you want to remove & click “Remove”



Xerox Phaser 3115 Driver Update

November 4th, 2008 No comments

Xerox Printers introduces the affordable Phaser 3115 black & white laser printer. This device is perfect for use in the home and small businesses.

It features a 66 MHz processor that guarantees a printing speed of 14 pages per minute, and a standard 2 MB of memory. Its starter toner cartridge contains a 3,000 page capacity, which is twice the capacity of other printers in the same category, with a printing quality resolution of 600 x 600 dpi as well as a 12-second first page out time.

Its special qualifications include watermarks on documents, creating overlay (or scaling), and reducing the size of multiple documents to print on a single page as well as the capability to print out multiple sections of poster-sized documents.

However, to keep the Phaser 3115 working efficiently and prevent hard drive crashes, “fatal error” messages, and various device driver problems, you need to be certain that the printer driver that’s installed in your system is the exact match for your hardware requirements.

If you prefer, you can search for the correct drivers manually on many driver upgrade websites. If you are using an older operating system like Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 2003 or Windows XP, you can download the original driver straight from the Xerox Corporation website or from this download link for free. The driver version is 5.20 released March 27, 2003 by the Xerox Corporation.

However, if you are upgrading to the more recent operating systems like Windows 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP SP3, or Windows Vista, you need to review the driver details and verify if it’s the correct one for your system.

To ensure that you get the right Xerox Phaser 3115 driver that will work with your hardware, it is highly recommended that you use a reliable driver update tool which can monitor your system and accurately detect all the hardware devices connected to your system and match every one of them with the latest driver version. This driver scanner can be downloaded through this link at no extra cost.

This automatic driver update software allow you to scan and discover which drivers are missing, damaged or outdated, not just the drivers for your Phaser 3115 printer but for any device in your system. Once the proper driver for your WorkCentre Phaser 3115, as well as for your other hardware, is located, you can then download and install it to get your printer working with speed and efficiency.


dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP Driver Update

November 4th, 2008 No comments

The software from Xerox called dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP supports driver models such as FX DocuPrint C2535 A, FX DocuPrint C3055 PCL 6, FX DocuPrint C3055DX PCL 6, FX DocuPrint C4350 PCL 6, FX DocuPrint C2100 PCL 6 and FX DocuPrint C3210 DX PCL 6.

dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP version 2006-10-27 was released on October 27, 2006 and officially added on the list on November 04, 2008 and categorized under printer drivers which uses Window’s operating systems like Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows NT and Windows XP that is also used as additional requirements.

The application’s name is also its file name having a file size of 8.58MB. It has already been downloaded for 8 times, the latest of which one was done last week. Now, dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP version 2006-10-27 can be downloaded easily by visiting its website to use its features and several other printing functions.

Uninstall dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP

On the other hand, dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP is the software that performs as a link between your Windows operating system, hardware, and software. It is necessary to uninstall old dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP if you are going to upgrade (exchange) the outdated one into an up-to-dated one. What’s more, if your dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP is corrupted and you can not successfully update the it, it is highly suggested you uninstall the dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP first and then reinstall it or upgrade it to the latest version.

If you want to manually Uninstall dpc3210dx_pcl_2k_xp_2.6.1.ZIP on Windows operating system, just follow the step-by-step instructions below:

Step 1: Log in to an administrator account in Windows XP/Vista and click “Start” in the bottom left corner of the screen.

Step 2: If you use Windows Vista: Click “Control Panel” and select “Hardware and Sound.”

If you use Windows XP: Click “Control Panel” and select “Performance and Maintenance.”

Step 3: If you use Windows Vista: Click “View hardware and devices” under “Device Manager.”
If you use Windows XP: Click “System” to open “System properties” window. Click the button “Device Manager.”



dpc2100_3210_2kxpv_x32_pcl_2640 driver update

November 4th, 2008 No comments

There’s a new printer driver from Xerox which supports both FX DocuPrint C3210 DX PCL 6 and FX DocuPrint C2100 PCL 6 driver models. This one is called version This application was added on the market list on November 4, 2008 and released on February 9, 2007. The application requires Windows operating systems which includes Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000 and Windows NT.

It is so easy to install this printer driver. You can download it here or directly visit its webpage through searching it online. But before doing that, you must follow simple guidelines and instructions set to use this software. It is important to close all applications that are running prior to installing this driver. Remember to reboot the pc after you install this printer driver’s latest version.

Sometimes, there is still an old version of the driver installed on your computer. If this is the case, simply restart your PC prior to installing’s new version which is version Keep in mind that the procedures for installation are already written conformed to Windows’ standard settings. On the contrary, the process of installation varies when the folder options or start menu have been altered and your installation attempt will not be successful if the driver application is not installed according to right protocol.

However, if you happen to be using a Windows Vista operating system on your computer, you must follow the deleting method set for this program. In removing drivers from Windows Vista system you must:

• Delete driver packages and drivers by clicking “Start” and open “Control Panel” then from “Hardware and Sound” panel choose “Printer”.
• In “Printers and Faxes” folder delete the printer icon.
• The “Printers and Faxes” folder should be right-clicked and choose “Run as Administrator”. The “Printer Server Properties” window is displayed as you click “Server Properties”.
• Click “Remove” button as you select the driver to be deleted from the “Driver” tab.
• Click “OK” button after selecting “Remove driver and driver package”.
• The PC should be restarted.