How to Install Printer without Disc?

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Sometimes you don't need the installation disk to install a printer drive on your computer. You can usually just go to the company website that your printer is and install the drive from there.
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I recently installed my printer without a disc. I went to the printer company's website and typed in search, 'install my printer'. I put the exact name of the computer in the search engine. If gave me the download option for free.
If you want to install a printer without disc, you should have drivers for the same or have access to internet. Windows will automatically download suitable drivers.
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