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Data Decompression Error

Why do I get this message? Minolta tech support said to replace the cable, which I did, but I get it anyway on occasion... any ideas?
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  • NYITG Jun 12, 2008

    I am having the same problem, although it is fairly consistent. It doesn't matter the size or type of file. I have tried reinstalling the driver, rebooting, new cable, etc...

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Hi,
I had this problem several times when I was printing off some 100+ posters.
The root cause seemed to be the actual size of the file I was printing.
Reducing the size by playing with it and turning it into a .jpg rather than an enormous .bmp, I finished the print run with no further Data Compression errors and very little change in quality.
Watermusic

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