|OK, so we are getting closer. That printer has drivers for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8. It doesn't seem to call it a DOS printer anywhere.|
1. Does it work OK in Windows?
2. Is it only in what you are calling DOS that you get these odd characters?
3. If you are using it in DOS do you mean Command Prompt because Windows 7 contains no separate DOS.
Can you do a screen shot of these odd ball characters or try to better describe what you see and what you expect to see. Your original post is too vague for us to understand properly.
That is a Dot Matrix printer. Is it possible that where you are saying DOS (Disk Operating System) you really mean DOT?
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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