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For Windows Vista, avoid breaking up the core driver package and do not reference the core driver files directly as part of your driver package.

Otherwise, the package might appear to install correctly in Windows Vista, but the result might be print system instability and regressions in functionality.

For Windows Vista, your INF file should install the unaltered core driver package from a subdirectory in your driver package.

For Windows XP, the INF file should install the redistributable core driver file from your package's main directory.

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Core driver components for Windows operating systems earlier than Windows Vista, including Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000, are available on the Microsoft Connect Web site as separate packages for the XPSDrv, Uni Drv, and Post Script drivers.