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Have you tried changing the IP address from within the driver's properties? Go into the print driver properties, and under the Ports tab, edit the 4300's port and change the IP address that it is associated with. You may need to reboot the printer once you make the change and save it, but that should allow you to change its IP address.
You need to change your print setting preferences to print on photo paper and choose the correct type before trying to print pictures. While in the picture you want to print on your pc screen, go to file and then print and choose preferences. Then change the paper type to the type of photo paper you are using (i.e. glossy, matte finish ect.) and hit "ok". Then trying printing your picture and see if this solves your problem.
OK. I was curious because it is an XF machine. F denoting a fax.
Try in the print queue on the pc to spool the document first and then print to see if that helps.
I don't have access to the xerox documents (EDOCS) anymore but I would look at the memory. If you have one spare, swap it out to see if that helps.
Well an unisall and reinstall of the printer drivers on the network would definately solve your concern.If you want further support you can avail free online technical support on http://tinyurl.com/m7ghqz
If both printers are connected through a parallel switch, be advised that changes on the switch do not take effect until the computer is restarted. Those boxes worked fine under DOS, but Windows does not support them. Connect the Samsung printer to the USB port and make sure you use a good quality cable and not those thin and cheap cables.
The answer is probably down to the usb port, they don't always like change, because you are trying to swap hardware in same port, they tend to want to stay with one or the other peice of hardware.
If you have'nt got another spare USB port, which i assume you have'nt, invest in a 2 or 4 port USB hub(But make sure it's powered by a AC power lead and not just a usb powered hub, because some hardware will not be recognised e.g I Pods), this connects into your usb port and gives you 2 or 4 port more to use, and you won't need drivers for it.
They are inexpensive and you simply plug it in.
I think this will solve it for you