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Auth Required sounds odd. The only thing i could think would cause this is if the copier itself has Department Managment enabled. This is used to limit printing by quanity and sometimes restricting color prints. IF everyone else in the office is required to enter a code to print and this one does not then you need to enable department ID via the driver settings. Right Click your print driver and go to properties and select "Device Settings" from the tabs on the top of the window. Under this menu there should be a box that says Department ID select that and try it out. Another way is to "aquire" the copiers device status a button labeled somewhat to this effect should also be in that same window.
Hi. The 425 dc error code refers to the department code assigned to the printer. 425 means that you have entered an invalid department code. to fix this, you need to turn off the department codes To do this, press the menu button so that it says machine defaults then use the arrow down scroll button until you get department codes, then press enter Scroll down to select off, and then press enter again. Now press the features button to return the printer to a ready state. You should now be able to print on the copier again.
if you have the codes in the copiers allready you need to turn job accounting on in the print driver settings find copier under your pronters and faxes right click on it select properties then i believe under the device settings you have to check job accounting then enter the id code