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The problem is more likely the operating system compatibility with old kit.if you are running something like 64bit windows 7 then the best solution is to have a dual operating system and install windows Xp.there may be updated drivers some where internet
wise.or you could try running in compatibility mode.
lpt and comm refer to older machines with serial port and parallel ports.if you do use USB you are better off using the rear ones as opposed to front end as they connect direct to motherboard.
if you have already tried go to the Roland site and see what support downloads can offer for system compatibility.otherwise you may find a forum via search engines with a driver.until then your machine will not communicate properly with you computer setup.also right click the executable for the software in its own folder and see if you can choose compatibility mode .best will be windows 2000 or Xp.
Error code 57.5 in HP 8150 means that printer fan error has occurred with the power supply fan. This issue can also be due to laser/scanner fan. Make sure both the fans are working perfectly fine. If the fans are fine, then the error is due to DC controller board.
To resolve this error turn off the printer for 4-6 hours (atleast 4 hours), this will reset the error. However, even after 4 hours you still can see the error then please check and replace the fan1 (power supply fan). Also, check for any burnt components on the dc controller board.
When low-voltage PSU thermal error or a malfunction of fuser ventilation fan (PX713 only)/PSU cooling fan has been detected. Unplug the printer from the power source, wait one moniute, then plug unit back in and restart.
Seek attention of service person if restarting the printer does not correct the problem
Definitely the fuser got problem. This can be confirm by pressing the Go button and only the Toner LED will light up.
What had happen was right after the power blackout the fuser has fused together both rollers (heating drum and rubber roller) where the paper pass through in between the rollers. Since there was a power blackout, the printer fan has stop functioning and the heat was unable to disperse out from the printer. Suggest to improve on design to disperse heat using aluminium cage in case of power blackout.
Who ever has a Brother HL-2040 should definitely use together with a UPS.