Question about Xerox Phaser 8560DN Laser Printer
Won't print over the network. Prints fine via USB
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: print speed
Items to Check for Slow Printing Issues -->
Phaser printers are rated on a page-per-minute basis. This encompasses print engine speed only, and does not take into account processing time or file transfer rates.
Total print time is affected by many factors, some of which are listed below:
Application collation requires the printer to process every page of the document N times (5 sets of a 10 page document = 50 processed pages). To avoid collating from an application level, ensure the collate box (see figure below) is not checked when in the print dialog box (ie selecting file/print).
Note: Always use the latest drivers from the Software and Drivers web site. Once the driver is configured correctly, print speed will be optimized.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 8550 Won't Print
I was having the same problem. Turns out the IP address in the printer was incorrect. Once I changed the IP address the printer works just fine through our network again. Find your IP address off your server and follow these steps:
1. Choose Info on display menu, press okay button
2. Choose Info pages, press okay
3. Configuration pages-printer info, press okay
4. IP address should read: Correct IP Address number should be displayed on screen.
If not follow these steps to change it:
1. Find printer setup on display menu, press okay
2. Go to connection setup-press okay
3. Network setup-press okay
4. TCP/IP setup-press okay
5. Auto should show as “Off”
6. TCP/IP should show as “On”
7. DHCP/Boot should show as “Off”
If any of these are not listed on display correctly press ok, reset to either On or Off and then enter correct IP address.
Press okay button and follow steps on display menu to exit back to main menu display screen.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
It is a postscript error, refer to here
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
I have been through this frustration,
What you need to do not is follow the below steps :-
Switch off your printer and unplug the power cable and unplug the cable.
Remove all the printer's driver / application that has been installed.
Then restart your system.
When you restart your system , connect the cable back to MAC and then download the latest drivers.
When you do this , try and print a page and this will be the solution for you.
Hope that helps ..: )
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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