|The printer has to be powered up for it to show in Device Manager. Assuming you did so then the driver has not installed and that is the issue you have to solve.|
Copying drivers over rarely works (even if you can find them). Best to install them from a download. Brother is the correct place to get the drivers from and many of the online drivers are scams. The net is not the place it used to be.
The best procedure is to unplug the printer then install the drivers. Next power off the computer. Finally plug the printer back in and switch it on before restarting. It should then pick up the new driver.
Yes, good old Win 31 with it's Program and File Managers. I was on DOS before that with those massive "very floppy" discs. My first computer plugged into the TV and you put the data in using a cassette player.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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