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Old 11-11-2016, 12:25 AM
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Post How to install a printer to GT1 DIS?

I have DIS v44 and v57 VMs configured in VMware 5.5 on an XP laptop and it's working perfectly with my car for diagnosctics and error codes reset.

I tried to configure the printer in XP by following these steps: [Only for registered users... ]

The printer and a print server for UNIX installed in XP Pro work fine and both print the test pages OK. The problem is when pointing to this printer in DIS, it says the IP address for the printer is already taken.

How to make it to work?
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