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When printing from the network. Alot of jumbled words.

Alot of jumble words are showing up in my documents. It looks like letters replacing numbers and numbers replacing letters and letters overlapping each other. I have a Konica 7130 printer.

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It sounds like either a corrupt print driver installed on your pc or the incorrect one. Make sure you have the correct driver for your machine and download another one anyway in case your one is corrupt. Delete the one you are using first before installing the new one.

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