Question about Panasonic KX-P3626 Matrix Printer
Using an old Dos based program on two PC's, both with WinXP installed and the same KX P3626 printer driver (for WinNT4) and dot matrix printer.
Problem is that on one PC, the print stops correctly before the perforation but on the second PC, the page overruns and prints two additional lines AFTER the perforation thus throwing all subsequent pages out.
Have tried to restore the Dos based program onto the second PC in the hope that any settings within the program will be copied over. Also ensured that both on both PCs the KX-P3626 printer is set to default A4 size paper and NOT landscape.
Problem still does not go away, can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: perforation when I print
My dell 924 all in one is doing that very thing and I cannot figure it out either. I called it scoring, but perforating is a better explanation for it. If you ever find a solution or clue, please advise at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject dell 924 perforation. Thanks so much...and gl
Posted on Apr 05, 2007
The problem with dot matrix printers is that these are very old printers and you may not find a printer driver for them that run with Vista. If the incorrect printer driver is installed, the printer will print rubbish.
The only suggestion I can offer is to try various generic printer drivers until you find one that works. Connect it to the LPT1 printer port first and when you get it to work then set it up on the print server.
Also try Panasonic support and ask if they have a printer driver for this model printer that works with Vista.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
check your software (the file that you print)
its may be you have a blank space in your file
otherwise turn to your printer adjustment
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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