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Old 04-14-2006, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I currently have a IBM Pentium II computer with 256mb ram. I want to order a new Canon IP6600D printer. Will my computer be able to run the printer? Also my computer does not have any USB ports. The salesman said all I need to do is order a USB card and install it in one of the slots. My other question is this, I don't have a lot of computer skills but I have been inside and added memory. Can I do this upgrade? Is it a simple as plugging it in the slot or is there more to it? Thanks again for the help!
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First off, what kind of os are you running on that puppie? Secondly, if your computer has a pci slot then yes I definately say that you are capable. All it takes is "a snap and a screw." Anyway please post some more detailed specs so we can help you better with your problem.
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It is running Windows 98 SE.
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