Question about Kyocera Mita FS 1000+N Laser Printer
I got this printer from a friend, and after struggling with finding a working driver (it still does not print web pages) I got it to print adobe and word documents. However, the top margin always ends up about an inch and a half larger than whatever the top margin of the document is. I can't figure out if this is a problem with the driver or the printer or the way I'm putting the paper in (I did it as the manual described). I am running windows xp home and used the following driver: FS\KM Series Windows 2K/XP 32/64 bit PCL Uni Print Driver ver. 4.00 downloaded from the kyocera website. Any help would be appreciated.
Download the PCL5 driver.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
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