I have sent several image files to the add-on module 'z'. The image will not print, only the name of the image. I reformatted the module and tried again with no luck. I then tried to send it to another memory module. This did not work either. When I print the directory list, I see nothing in the modules that I have sent the images too. Please help!!!
I can help you with this. Please let me know what method you are using to send images (software, dmxconfig, dpl..) and also the type of image (bitmap,jpeg, pcx,etc..). With Datamax printers, 4 types of image can be used: bitmap,pcx,img, and 7bit datamax image file. Another thing to know is that the image must be a black & white, monochrome image. You can use a program like microsoft photo editor to make this change. You can use DmxConfig, Utilities.exe, & DPL (datamax programming language) to load image to printer. Let me know the answers to my above questions to proceed with solution.
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The reaason it keeps trying to print is because it's in the print queue on your network.
Have whoever sent this to the printer open the print queue and delete it.
Only the originator or the print queue admin can delete the job
This most often caused by a postscript error or insufficient memory in the printer. You could try too see what happens if you instruct acrobat reader to print as image. This setting is usually found in the printer selection screen under advanced options. Note this setting is available for windows, for apple I'm not sure this option exists.
In acrobat go file, print and press advanced. Check print as image. Print the job again and see if you get different results. This does the image processing on the PC. Your document may have a postscript error in it and your device may be set not to print PS errors.
What driver language and version are you using?
Try updating your driver to the newest version, get device status.
You may also wish to try PCL printing for that file. (as a workaround)
Do other files have the same problem? What about when sent to another printer entirely?
I've printed images over 500kb. Can you print a small image? If not, perhaps the driver is the problem.
If you're trying to send a text file of IPL commands to the printer, set up a Generic Text printer driver, to to send the file as ascii characters instead of as a graphic image. You can set this up in addition to your Intermec driver.
Go to Printers and Faxes, Add Printer, Next, Select the Port, Select "Generic" Manufacturer, "Generic / Text Only" Printer, and give it a name like "Text". Cycle the printer power to clear previous attempts, then print the file to this printer name.
Saving a scanned image on the computer 1 Load an original document facedown on the scanner glass. 2 Close the top cover. 3 From the desktop, double-click the Lexmark Imaging Studio icon. 4 Click Scan. 5 Select the Photo, Several Photos, or Document option. 6 Click Start. 7 From the Save or Edit screen menu bar, click Save. 8 To save to another folder, click Browse, and select a folder. Click OK. 9 To rename the file, enter the name in the File Name area. To assign the name as a prefix to all of your photos, select the “Start all photos with File Name” check box. 10 To save the photo as another file type, select the file type from the File Type drop-down list. 11 To select a date for the photo, click the drop-down list, and select a date from the calendar. 12 Click Save.