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Gcc elite xl 20/1200 fuser

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SOURCE: GCC Technologies Elite 12/600 Laser Printer Vista Drivers

download frok here
http://zxcdrivers.co.cc/windows-driver-196.html
just enter right code then clik on download.

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: New computer has Windows Vista so need to source a driver for the GCC Elite 20/600

There isnt one, have you tried the xp driver

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: my gcc elite 12/600 takes FOREVER to print any pdf file

its called DPI dots per inch if you lower that DPI to something readable then it will be a faster print.

the issue we have here is PDF (portable document file) they are rich in DPI and your printer just does not catch up to it.

I would suggest lowering the DPI it possiable.

thanks please do be considerate when you rate your free answer that it was free. I would like to address the fact that I am not there checking out the printer thus it could be something else. But please odd try what i said. Rate it and give feedback for the free solution before you leave.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Upgraded to Mac OS X

Once you have the cabling correctly configured, you then need to set IP addresses in each device so that they can 'see' each other. While the Mac has the ability to self assign an IP address, this addressing system is not usually used by other devices, such as printers. So if you do continue with having the printer connected directly to the Mac via Ethernet cable, then you will have to manually set an IP address in the printer that is compatible with the IP address used in the Mac.

I suggest you first set a static address on the Mac for your local network. Open System Preferences > Network, select the Ethernet port and in the right pane, set the 'Configure IPv4' menu to 'Manually'. Then for the IP address, enter 192.168.1.5, and for the subnet Mask enter 255.255.255.0. Click the Apply button to set these values.

Now you can set an IP address in the printer. This IP address needs to have the same subnet, which is 192.168.1 but a different network address to the Mac. 10 would be okay since the Mac has 5. So, if you can set an IP address in the printer of 192.168.1.10 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, then you are ready to connect the two devices and add the printer.

To add the printer you will probably have to manually enter the details. If the printer supported Bonjour, then it would appear in the Default browser view. But if it is several years old, then it probably does not support this advertising protocol, therefore requiring you to manually add the printer. So as sig suggested, in Print & Fax you need to click + then click the IP icon. For the protocol select HP Jetdirect-Socket, then enter IP address of the printer and leave the queue name blank. The last step is to select the printer name in the Print Using menu, assuming you have installed the driver for the Elite XL 20/600 already.

Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi, I can't use the printey

you should connect using ethernet. (probably no other way at this point, unless you found some crazy adapter, i guess)


click the apple logo in the upper left corner.

select system preferences:

select network:

select ethernet:


you have two choices, you can either write down the computers IP address and use that in the printer. or you can manually set your own here by choosing "Use DHCP with manual address"

if you already have a bunch of stuff networked, you probably shouldn't change your IP. but if the current IP isnt one you can set your printer to, then you'll have to change it here.


lets say your computer IP is set to 192.000.001.001


in printer your printer menu:

go to interfaces:

go to tcp/ip (make sure it's enabled): ip class C, subnet mask FFFO, go to IP address

set to 192.000.001.002 (it needs to be almost the same as the computer, but with the last number different)


in preferences: printers: add printer:

Protocol: LPD

Address: 192.000.001.002:515

[THE 515 AT THE END IS THE PORT NUMBER, ITS SUPER IMPORTANT]

Queue: EliteXL [ALSO IMPORTANT]

Name: gcc (doesn't matter)

Print using GCC Elite XL 20/600 v3.31 (or whatever driver you have)


hints if those numbers didnt work for you:


I got the queue number and port number by printing the config page directly from the printer (not the help page)


On the config page, look for "interfaces"

under that, look for "TCP/IP"

under that, look for "Lpd"

there you will find the queue name and port number. this info was missing from a lot of the other online solutions i found and it didnt work until i got it right. (use the port number listed above the queue name, not the one listed below after TCP)

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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