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Posted by rhung33 on Jan 16, 2009 Under Window DOS prompt and Unix Sun Solaris 8 Station , using LPR -p command to print txt file to cause Lexmark T644 printer '' Flushing buffer '' and not print Comment posted on Jan 16, 2009no , I am getting the flushing buffer overflow problem during LPR print a pure text file under DOS and unix Comment posted on Jan 16, 2009I am using the following command and got "Flushing Buffer" at printer Windows DOS prompt : lpr -S printer_IP -P printer_hostname test.txt where test.txt is a pure text file created by text editor at DOS At Sun Spac station : lpr -p print_q test.txt Both got the same flushing buffer result printing PS file without any problem

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    printer doesn't print it says buffer overflow aborting

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The printer can't handle the data it received and flush it out of its buffer. Goto Menu->Settings->Postscript Settings and turn "Print PostScript Erro" on. When the same print job prints, you should get a page printed out telling you what the printer doesn't like. You may also want to try forcing the printer into Postscript mode. Your PS file probably contains a PJL to set the device to PS mode before it prints. When the printer expects PCL data and received PS data(or vise versa), you can get this behaviour

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