Office 2150 compatible with 32 bit Vista
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Chat mode seems to be unreliable tonight, so I have switched this question into Q&A mode. It is slower, but always works.If I understand your question correctly, you have a Kodak Office 2150 printer that you would like to connect to a Windows Vista, 32-bit PC. If this is correct, it can be done. There is new software (March 2012) from Kodak for the purpose, and it can be obtained at the link below:http://support.en.kodak.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/32108/selected/trueDownload the software, run it, and follow the instructions for the installation as shown on the web page above. This is an on-the-fly network installation and additional components may be downloaded as the installation proceeds.Note that the instructions for the installation require that the printer be disconnected from the computer while the software is being installed. This is quite important for the installation to work correctly.If anything in this answer is unclear, or you'd like something explained in more detail, don't hesitate to ask.If this answer is unsatisfactory for any reason, do not rate or accept it. Let me know why, give me a chance to correct it, and tell me how I can do better in the future.Remember: Further discussion is always possible, even after an Answer has been accepted.
Will same 2150 be compatible with either Windows 7 32 and/or 64 bit OS?
Yes, it will. The printer doesn't care what it is connected to, so long as the computer has the correct software installed.
No. I'm all set Thank you. Good job.
My pleasure. Don't hesitate to follow up if there are further issues.