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Being used in a library setting, keeps "spitting out" reams of paper when patrons print from one of our floor computers. Each page has a line or two of mishmash printing on it. We've tried everything we can think of but the only thing that will stop the printing is to shut the printer off. Please help!!!!!!!

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You have the wrong drivers for the printer. You maybe getting weird characters also. When you turn it off it clears the memory buffer (print job). I assume it seft tet OK. Delete and reload drivers

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