Samsung ML-1210 Driver Download Free For Windows XP Vista 7 32 bit and 64 bit Operating System Linux Printer Driver.
Note, September 8, 2015: This article was written for Windows 8, but the process also works with Windows 10. I have a Samsung ML-1210 printer, which is a pretty old black-and-white laser printer. Find Drivers Windows 10.
Samsung made an unsigned 64-bit driver available for Windows Vista. This driver also happens to work with Windows 7 (in fact they later re-packaged it and added Windows 7 to the list of supported operating systems). Windows 7 complains about the missing signature but will allow you to install the driver. I used it for a few years this way. However, Windows 8 is not happy to take the driver.
It complains about missing file hashes, claims that the software was probably tampered with, and will not install the driver. Samsung also has a “universal” driver available. I couldn’t get it to work with the ML-1210. After quite a bit of searching, I came across an easy solution. I noticed that several other Samsung printers from the era have the same driver available for download. Sure enough, the driver supports many different printer models, which is not surprising really since they probably all use a similar if not identical communication protocol. However, on the, they have a different version of the driver posted (9.61 MB instead of 9.6 MB, even though the version number is the same).
Hmm It turns out that this driver also supports the ML-1210, and it is signed. Here’s what you do.
• Download the “Print Driver,GDI” version 3.01 (9.61 MB) from the ML-2250 page (linked above). You get a file called ML-2250_Win7_GDI.exe. Super Writemaster Speed Plus Driver Windows 10 here. • Use WinRAR or a similar tool to extract the files compressed in ML-2250_Win7_GDI.exe. • In the files you extracted, navigate to Printer GDI VISTA_64. Here’s your printer driver. Save the contents, and point Windows here during driver installation.