What cord do I use to connect a computer to a Toshiba e25 to have as print option. Or does this type of copier not have the option for the user to print from the computer. Note: I do not have the sales receipt for this copier nor can I find the specs, how would I be able to tell if this copier even has the option to print directly from the computer.
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Toshiba es166 is local USB printer. You can print from designated PC and you have to share printer if you want to print from other printer in your network. Because of low machine memory (16Mb) it could be some conflicts,if you use more than 2 PC in network. That is why Toshiba has es167 model on which you can add network print controller. You can also use USB hub if you want to print from more PC's. (only 2 brands of USB hubs provide this, see toshiba site)
How do you do. **** reinstall driver.Most often this occurs because of invalid driver. The Pain that, **** to install the local driver not through network, but on cord of the port USB, if it need, will be a seal from network, ???????? the printer opened for all and all will be able to print through the computer, beside which USB on printer. Good luck you!
have you checked the paper settings that the printer prints? often the printer has letter format as first print options, and then it doesent work. you need to change it to A4 in printer settings. What happends when you trying to print ?
try adding printer and browsing network for printer, it should see the host and printer and add using correct network path, if you don't see host computer "print server" then you aren't on correct network path
Does your copier have a Network Interface Card ( NIC ) installed in the printer? If not, and if the copier has the Parallel port option installed, you can purchase an HP JetDirect EX network print server, and then connect it to the printer parallel port, and then into your ethernet network. This option is very effective, and a very "Green" solution vs using a computer as a print server for example, or the high cost of adding a Toshiba ethernet option if not already installed.