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Please be aware that the 'key combo' P*C* that you've stated is a "simulation command". It is used by a service tech rep to cancel error codes or test the equipment for certain operation required of it. There are numerous numerical codes that needs to be input following this command plus a numerical sub code to verify action or test needed. As for the command 14-start.... this is the code used to cancel most errors you may encounter during operation.
attach printer your new pc. pc on and printer power on. detect your printer than install driver in your new pc through printer driver cd.
if no detect your printer than right click my computer than properties than hardware than device manager than select any and top option scan for hardware changes, detect your printer and install driver.
This problem is widely reported and the only solution I know of is to rename the file in Windows/system32. BRSVC01 will no longer attempt to load at start-up. BRSVC01 loading at start-up is apparently unnecessary. Renaming can always be reversed if you encounter any problem.