Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 21.98 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, NT SP3, 2000 SP3, 98SE and 2000 SP4
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.92.2 / 01 Oct 2009
The Dell All-in-one (AIO) printer is a printer whose emulation is based on data stream printing as ordered by the host computer or a network of computers. It has a memory base of 128KB for the print buffer and 24 KB for the scanning buffer. The user can opt for monochrome or colored function in the photocopier, printer, fax and printing. The printer can handle 36,000 papers per year, which translates to 3,000 pages per month. In addition to the printing ordinary papers, the printer can also print on photo paper and lighter fax papers. It is connected to the PC through USB. Before powering on and connecting the printer to the PC, one must confirm that they have the necessary printer drivers since PC's usually require the installation of the same before acknowledging a hardware device. The drivers are usually provided by a manufacturer on an installation CD, but if not, one can download the same from the Dell website.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
Once the drivers have been downloaded, the user can them connect the printer to the PC and connect it to a power source. The operating system will automatically detect a new hardware and launch the ‚Äònew hardware installation wizard'. The installation processes will require the user to specify the exact location where he saved the drivers. If the drivers were downloaded into a CD, then the user will choose the CD drive. Then click ‚Äòbrowse' and choose the exact location where the downloaded drivers are saved. Once the installation process if complete, one will need to It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell AIO Printer A920 errors before installing any driver updates.