Just got a new computer and when i installed this printer i am getting a different language in the printing preference. I tried to uninstall it and reinstall it and i tell it i want english but it doesn't give it to me... I have English on the printer itself just not in the printing preferences...any suggestions..thanks
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Re: Printing Preference in a different language
The driver set you have is defaulted to prob Chinese, especially if you have purchased it on line. You can go to the Minolta web page for your country or region and download an english version that is compatable to your language.
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Perferences in XP look different than in Vista, but you should be able to find the 2-sided peference for your laptop driver by going to the Control Panel > Printers > and selecting peferences using the HP6122 icon. In some versions the 2-side preference is in the "advanced" tab. Using the "advanced" tab will likely have check boxes rather than a full setting screen as in XP, but both work the same. You should see all the 2-side features present with radio buttons to select your preference. Likewise, when printing in Vista, you can select settings different than default preferences, in which case you can change the defaults for a single document print. Again, this will look different than in XP, but you should find the 2 side feature available either as a feature tab or in the "advanced" tab.
I had the same problem. I finally totally uninstalled the printer from my computer, downloaded the "new" software from the Brother site, and reinstalled it. This is what finally worked for me (WinXPProf.).
1. First of all, you must completely uninstall your current driver (with foreign language). 2. Download Epson R290 English Language Driver from here : http://www.epson.com.sg/epson/drivers/driver_download.htm?dc=1&mode=3&mfalse&catid=1&pid=1259 3. Unplug your printer USB Cable from your PC 4. Run : Setup.exe 5. Follow the instruction, and thats it. You've English Language now :)
directly hooking the printer to mac and windows computer are you getting bandings still? interesting issue... we will isolate it first by trying to hook printer directly to both computer, if its printing fine when directly connected, then there is something on the application or communication process. try printing a different document using same application when on the network and try printing from different application as well. update me afterwards..