07-30-2010 06:57 PM - edited 07-30-2010 06:58 PM
So far the only solutions I have seen are:
1. Dedicate a 32-Bit machine for label printing.
2. Dual-Boot your machine. To print a label, you would power down, and select the 32-bit operating system at start-up. (Windows XP x86)
08-03-2010 04:58 PM
Thanks for your post. Looking at the options that are available for this printer it does not seem that there are currently drivers for any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7. I know that some versions of Windows 7 do come with the option to download an XP mode that you might be able to utilize in order to create an XP machine that you can use with the printer. This is something you can try though I cannot guarantee that it would work.
08-03-2010 11:44 PM
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10-16-2012 03:24 PM
A little note I posted back in July:
To use the LPS-1 label printer with Windows 7 64-bit and PB Reference Number Label Creator, download and install the driver for the Brother QL-500 from Brother-usa.com. Then open "Devices and Printers" and rename the QL-500 to LPS-1. Your printer and software will now print your ERR labels.