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ES9410 - PDF jumbled printing

Assuming you are using MS Windows then install FoxIT pdf reader which allows command line printing on Windows. Go to to get it. Make sure your OKI printer is the default.

Once installed you can print using the command, from my dusty memory -

Reader.exe /p MyFile.pdf

I don't use Windows any longer, now exclusively Linux, so I might be mistaken.

Cheers, Martin

Nov 07, 2013 | OKI Printers & Copiers

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I have sumsang SCX3200 & I want to print my some Document & figer frm dos mod. Windows Xp is runing on my desktop pc

DOS applications cannot print on USB ports, but there's a workaround by using a share and the NET USE command, first create a share of that printer check this site:, (take note of the name you gave the shared printer) than you use NET USE command to connect the shared printer to a virtual port (LPT2) first click on START, than RUN, than type CMD than hit enter, type the following command " net use lpt2: \\\(shared printer name) /yes " than hit enter, if you have a " command completed successfully " than you have your shared printer connected to a virtual port (LPT2) now it is just a matter of setting your DOS software to print to LPT2... and VOILA! it prints...

Good luck!

Jun 25, 2011 | Printers & Copiers

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I have a retail store with 7 x Win 7 Workstations. i have 1 x Epson Tm-T88iii thermal receipt printer connected and installed on lpt1 port on my 1 workstation. We use a Dos application for our sales. The...

Hi, details below for creating a ersistent connection from LPT1: to you \\computer\\printername printer. Do the following on the other workstation that is not printing.

Use the net.exe command to establish a persistent connection.

To do this, use the following syntax at a command prompt:

net use lpt1 \\printserver\sharename /persistent:yes

where printserver is the print server that is sharing the printer, and where sharename is the name of the printer share.

For example, to map LPT1 to a printer shared as Laser1 on a print server that is named Pserver, follow these steps:

1. Click Start, and then click Run.
2. In the Open box, type cmd, and then click OK.
3. Type net use lpt1 \\pserver\laser1 /persistent:yes, and then press ENTER.
4. To quit the command prompt, type exit, and then press ENTER.

Note In Windows XP, non-administrative users cannot map an LPT port to a network printer path when the LPT port exists on the computer as a physical parallel port.

Apr 12, 2011 | Epson TM-T88III Thermal Printer

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Linux print to eStudio 232 printer

Did u install the driver?
Driver can be downloaded at below link:

Aug 05, 2009 | Toshiba e-Studio 232 Black and White...

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Not printing in foxpro 2.6 dos to hp laser jet 1020

You write "type the above line at command prompt". I dont't know Where exactly to write? Can you tell me!

Feb 05, 2009 | HP PSC 1610 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Printing from Dos Prompt

1. Save your text file (.txt).

2. On the command prompt navigate to that directory

3.Type "Lpr -S -P lp text.txt"

Substitute for your copier's ip

Substitute text.txt to filename.


Or you can: to print from MS-DOS apps.

1. Share the printer on a networked windows computer. Make sure you make the name MS-DOS compatible.

2. At a DOS prompt, type the following command:
"net use lpt1: \\servername\printer_share/persistent:yes"

NOTE Servername=computer name

printer_share=printers share name


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Can I print in Dos Programme with USB Printer

Assuming the printer can understand DOS coded printouts (which most should be able to), you can do it like this: Go to Control Panel | Printers | ML 2010 and share the printer. Then go to a command prompt Start | Run | type cmd Assuming that you share it with the share name "MYPRINTER" and the computer is called "MYCOMPUTER", then type NET USE LPT2: \\MYCOMPUTER\MYPRINTER /PERSISTENT:YES at a command prompt. Now you can print to LPT2: and the output will go to the USB-connected printer. To find your computer name, right click on the My Computer icon (either on your desktop or the start menu) and choose properties. The window that opens will have a Computer Name tab.

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