How to Install Kodak 3250 All in One Printer

Updated February 21, 2017

Once you have set up your Kodak ESP 3250 all-in-one printer's hardware, you will need to install the printer's drivers on the computer before you can begin printing. You will need either the installation disc that came with the printer, which contains the printer's drivers for several operating systems, or an Internet connection so you can download the latest version of the ESP 3250's drivers from Kodak's website. Kodak's installation software will walk you through the entire process of installing and configuring the drivers.

Turn on the Kodak 3250 as well as the computer you wish to use with the printer. Boot the operating system, then place the 3250's installation disc in the computer's optical drive. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen, which will vary depending on the computer's operating system.

Open the computer's Web browser if you do not have the installation disc or your computer does not have an optical drive. Navigate to the Kodak website and click on the "Support" button at the top of the page.

Click the "Printers" option in the list that follows. Select "All-In-One" in the "Printers" pull-down menu and then select "ESP 3250." Select "Downloads and Drivers" in the "Select a Category" pull-down menu, then click on your computer's operating system. Double-click on the Kodak installation software once it finishes downloading and follow the instructions on the screen.

Plug the USB cable into the back of the printer as well as to one of the computer's USB ports when the installation software prompts.

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