Question about Minolta magicolor 2400W Laser Printer
Everytime you disconnect and reconnect the USB cable to a different port, unfortunately, Windows creates a new and distinct copy of the printer. You can see this by looking at the Windows Printers folder. The solution is when you change around USB ports, right click on the printer icon that is actually the active one (the other copies will be grayed out) and Set to Default. Then you can delete the other invalid copies. Then in the Minolta status software, go to the Display menu and Select Printer to change which printer is monitored to the correct copy. It's very stupid that Windows Plug n' play does this, but it does. So avoid change around USB ports on your Konika Minolta printer.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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