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Xerox Phaser 7300DN will not collate

I have XP OS with a USB connection and two-sided printing. I have tried changing the collation setting to get this printer to collate. Strangely, when I print a single copy the pages come out face down in order. When i tell it to collate, the printer not only prints the number of two-sided printed pages but also prints 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 pages correctly but the come out of the printer face up with page 1 up & 2 down, page 3 up and 4 down a so one. I did read that there was so bios changes some time back but I didn't save the page at the time. Any ideas?
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Try using the PCL driver from the Xerox website, rather than the Postscript one supplied with the printer.

I had the same problem and installing the PCL driver solved it.

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