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Our quark file has a silhouetted eps graphic

With the white background clipped using non-white areas. When printing this file to our Ricoh C830DN, the white area drops out using the PCL 6 1.1.0.0 driver but shows up with the PS3 1.2.0.0 one. We need to use the PS driver. What can we do to fix this?

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Make sure you can view filenames with the trailing dot and 3 letters so you can see the type of file. (Use tools menu, folder options, view, uncheck "hide extensions for known types") Doubleclick on the downloaded file and note where it is unzipping to (c:\lj something or other). Open that folder. Right click on the file ending in .inf and choose "install" in the menu that pops up. If that fails, open the control panel, choose Printers & faxes, rightclick on the HP printer, and choose "properties". Look for the "update driver" button, probably under "advanced". Help it choose that .inf file.

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SOURCE: printer wont do anything ricoh aficio 1515 pcl 6

The first thing to try is to turn the machine off, then back on at the red "main power" switch located on the left side of the machine. If the code returns it is indicative of firmware problems or a loose connection.

At this point I would seriously recommend getting a service tech to come out. However, if you want, you can take off the back cover (MAKE SURE THE POWER CORD IS UNPLUGED) and double check all of the connections by (GENTLY) pressing them into their connections. Hope this helps. Let me know.

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Hello sir; you need to set up your system from printer, go to manue ,roll down to system , roll down to auto continue,then press enter ,

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you driver is not working order, you could download in the http://mba.toshiba.com/support/index.jsp, you only have to write or select the model and download it.

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