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Re: printer start up
Visit the web site for your specific printer manufacture.
They have driver downloads for your specific products.
Sometimes you may have to switch around a bit. from PCL to PS drivers or add patches.
But those companies have downloadable updated drivers on their sites.
Actually while your online, see if there are any software upgrade available to enhance your printers performance.
Depending on your o/s [operating system] you can goto CONTROL PANAL.>PRINTERS>ADD A PRINTER and use YOUR printer name and the next lowest number model. Usually you can get the printer to work with the "bells & whistles"
2ND- you can try & use the universal printer driver.
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Looks like drivers for that printer are included with Windows Vista. It's listed as an 'in-box' install. You should just hook the printer up and follow the on screen instructions to install off of either the Vista CD or the .cab files installed already on the system.
More info is needed. Does the printer print normally from Windows programs? Is the "microstation" running under Windows, or if not, what operating system? If it's not a standard operating system that has C62 drivers (DOS, Windows, Linux, Mac), you will have to write your own driver I'm afraid. Let me know.
Try a "hard restart ", which simply means unplugging the power cord of the printer, then replugging it after a few seconds have passed. If that does not work, then rerun the CD used to install the printer, Both techniques reprogram the printer to a certain extent.
Hope these suggestions help you out.