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# Switch off the printer, cancel pending jobs..Refix parallel cable both ends & tighten them Check proper drivers installed or not if not install proper drivers.. shoot print command. check..if not resolved...For tech guys:# Replace cable..checkRemove printer formatter, check any dry solder or pin breakage at parallel port.(show in snap shot), found... try to repair it or replace the formatter assm. Check system parallel port working or not...
The most current driver for this product is already included in the Windows XP Operating System. Currently there are no updated drivers available. Follow the instructions below to correctly install your printer.
NOTES: Select "Oki Data ML 320 Turbo/D (IBM)" from the XP CD.
The ML390/1 Turbo Printers are not on the current XP CD. Please use the IBM Proprinter or Epson LQ driver for these models.
The driver should automatically install once the printer is connected to the computer and powered on. If it does not automatically install, then do the following:
1. Click Start, then Control Panel. 2. Click Printers and Other Hardware or Printers and Faxes. 3. Verify that the printer icon is not already installed 4. Click Start, Turn Off Computer, then Turn Off to shut down the computer. 5. Connect the data cable either USB or parallel. If it is not then continue to step 5. 6. Turn on the printer. 7. Turn on the computer. 8. The printer will now be automatically detected
sounds like a job was sent to the printer with the wrong driver. There is no way to purge it just load some paper and let it run until it stops. They make sure your emulation matches the driver youa are using. Example Epson 9pin compatiable or OKI ML320 Turbo-IBM drive you want the emulation set to Epson FX. Or if using the OKI ML320 Drive you want the emulation set to ML.
this sounds like it is doing something called a "hex dump" basicaly printing all ASCII characters. okis tend to do this from time to time if l;eft on for a significant period with no data sent to it. the only advice given by oki is to switch it off when not using it unfortunatly
Hope this helps