Installing the RAMBo Driver

1. Plug your printer into your computer with the USB cable. Also insert the Airwolf USB stick provided with the printer.

2. In the “Control Panel”, open up “Device and Printers”. Under “Unspecified”, you should see a device labeled “RAMBo”. Right click the device and select “Properties”.

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3. A second window will appear. Under the second tab labeled “Hardware”, select “Properties”.

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4. A third window will appear. Under the first tab labeled “General”, select “Update Driver”.

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5. A fourth window will appear. Select “Browse my computer for driver software”.

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6. Select the “Browse” button.

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7. Browse for the Airwolf USB stick. Select the folder “Rambo Driver” and select “OK”.

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8. That window will close and return to this screen. Select “Next”.

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9. Another screen may appear and say “Windows can’t verify the publisher of this driver software”. Select “Install this driver software anyway”

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10)  If installed correctly, this is the screen you should see. Select “Close”, “Close”, and “OK”.

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11)  Now in your “Devices and Printers”, under “Unspecified”, this is the screen you should see. The “(COM17)” is dependent on what USB port you plugged the printer into. So yours may be a different COM number.

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