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Missing characters, missing print barcode lines

My IBM 4039 10R laser printer was working perfectly last week, but it start to print funny symbols and missing characters after I installed a Samsung scx 4521F laser printer a few days ago. I have tried to re-install the driver and reset factory defaults, didn?t help. My computer is fine, I tried it on the other printer, the printing is fine. Please help.

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  • allflex Aug 28, 2007

    Hi Printerguy

    Thanks for the help, I don't use any network cards, both printers are local printers, two printers are not connected through any networks. I use them individually.

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Hi, It's been a while since I worked on these, so I'll go out on a limb (as far as my rating goes) and say that the few times I've seen that happen usually results from a bad network card. Now you may not be using a network card, so if your not then I'm not really sure what would cause that to happen on the printer side. The environments that I've seen that happen in are with an AS400 and the network card just gave out. You most likely tried this, but you might want to make sure that the computer isn't using one driver for both printers. Good luck.

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