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Geting serial printer Scribe 612 to work with my computer

Scribe 612 has cable from mini DIN to RJ-45, also adapter from RJ-45 to DB-9 or DB-25 serial.
OS is Win XP Home, SP-3
No Plug and Play, can't find any drivers for it

Regards,
Liegnitz

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  • liegnitz Nov 13, 2008

    Has anybody else had this problem? There are certainly lots of Scribe 612 around...

    It seems such a waste to use a 8 1/2 x 11 for an email that could go on a 4 x 4 or less..

    Go Green!



    Regards,



    Liegnitz

  • crowesam Jan 14, 2009

    Can't find anyone to support this with driver download.

  • Tommy2Guns Jan 21, 2009

    I am having the same issue of trying to get the scribe612 to work with my pc. Can not find drivers. Bought the usb to serial cable and still no luck!! Does anyone have any idea how to make scribe612's work with a windows pc or are they just old junk? Tommy2Guns

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If you are using a printer on a USB port, you must configure the PORT if XP won't find it. Run the Printer Setup Wizard as a printer connected to your PC. When windows xp doesn't find it, choose to CREATE A PORT, and choose to create a local port, and name it for the printer you want to install. Follow the prompts and you should be good to go.
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Some of the credit card printer supliers sell a cable that you need. I don't know the exact pin out myself.

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SOURCE: HP colour laserjet 1600 not recognised by USB port

I believe the problem is related to microsoft .NET Framework. I have researched and there are many posts of incompatibility between .NET Framework and many printers not just 1600. My 1600 stopped working and I traced the problem to upgrade to .NET Framework 3.5 I uninstalled 1600, then uninstalled .NET Framework 3.5 (and 3.0 as well for good measure), reinstalled 1600 and it is working fine now again. You can uninstall .NET versions using Add/Remove programs on the Control Panel. To avoid re-updating, I also turned off Windows automatic updates. I left .NET Framework 2.0. No problems with other programs but the computer did have trouble rebooting the very first time after I uninstalled .NET Framework 3.5 and 3.0. Unknown if that was related to the uninstall or a completely unrelated problem. Anyway if you want to try something less drastic than removing .NET versions, check out this Microsoft link:
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