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How to fix postcript for hp 1005 mfp printer


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An encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file does not print with the correct fonts. Cause Solution This problem occurs with some programs. ? Try downloading the fonts that are contained in the EPS file to the device before printing. ? Send the file in ASCII format instead of binary encoding.

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a bit is a computer term which can be either 1 or zero. so a 40 bit password would be something like 1100011000011101100110010100101011001010 or any other combination of 40 1's and 0's.. familiarity with Binary numbers would help here.. not easy to remember though.
Hexadecimal is another method used to help simplify binary notation and we use the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F to represent a grouping of 4 binary digits or 4 bits. so the 40 digit string above could be represented as 10 Hexadecimal digits as follows
C61D99499ACA - which is a little easier to remember. ASCII is a standard by which we use 8 bits ( 8 binary digits or 2 hexadecimal digits ) to represent the numbers, letters and symbols on our keyboard... using a 5 letter password such as Bird? ( including the question mark) would be the equivalent of the following hexadecimal representation
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Corrected ecc error


if you want to know what this is the error code is related to

click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have


extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured

you might be able work your way through the problem



This error message could be generated by any of the below reasons.

During the transmission of the file it became corrupt or bad


The file was sent inappropriately

The device being opened from is bad or contains errors


The file itself is bad or the program attempting to open the file is bad.


Network / Modem transmission issues

If you are attempting to open the file from a network / modem it is likely the network either is encountering collisions or other errors during the data transmission.


Note: if the file is being sent through a session such as FTP or Telnet it is possible that it may not be sent properly.


If the file is a text file, the file must be sent as either ASCII or TEXT mode. If, however, the file is a program or non-text file, it must be sent as a Binary file.


Re-send the file.

Try Alternate method of sending the file.


Verify the file was sent properly (ASCII / TEXT / Binary)

Verify with Network Administrator that the network is not experiencing issues.


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What is wrong with the files?


This error message could be generated by any of the below reasons.

  1. During the transmission of the file it became corrupt or bad
  2. The file was sent inappropriately
  3. The device being opened from is bad or contains errors
  4. The file itself is bad or the program attempting to open the file is bad.
Solution

Network / Modem transmission issues

If you are attempting to open the file from a network / modem it is likely the network either is encountering collisions or other errors during the data transmission. Note: if the file is being sent through a session such as FTP or Telnet it is possible that it may not be sent properly. If the file is a text file, the file must be sent as either ASCII or TEXT mode. If, however, the file is a program or non-text file, it must be sent as a Binary file.

  • Re-send the file.
  • Try Alternate method of sending the file.
  • Verify the file was sent properly (ASCII / TEXT / Binary)
  • Verify with Network Administrator that the network is not experiencing issues.

Removable media issues

If the file is attempting to be opened from a removable media such as a Zip disk / Floppy diskette it is possible data corruption is being encountered on the diskette itself or when coming from the removable media.

  • Try an alternate diskette or media

CD issues

If the file is being opened from a CD-ROM it is possible the CD is dirty or scratched causing read errors. If the CD was burned it is possible that it was burned improperly.

  • Clean the CD-ROM
  • Re-burn the software

File is bad or program attempting to open the file is bad

Finally, if the file is being opened from the hard disk drive or other media, it is likely that the file is corrupted or the program opening the file is corrupted.

  • Download the file again.
  • Reinstall the program being used to open the file
  • Open with a different program
  • If the file is on the hard disk drive, run scandisk / defrag
Assume the file is bad and cannot be recovered

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What is the ascii equivalent of that "window key" in the standard keyboard?


Hi there! Keys like the Windows key don't have an ASCII value. Only keys that are 'printable' have an ASCII value. To detect keys like the Windows key you have to use either the Key Down or Key Up events and use the Key Code to detect which key was pressed. You can find the values for Key Codes on MSDN



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How to convert a binary to text


Letters can be converted into decimal number using ASCII table. Every Character has it own equivalent number. Once converted into decimal (base 10), I could be easily converted into binary (base 2)
You could also use applications or web based applications such as ASCII to binary converter to help you convert it.

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Popular encoding technique for binary data in E-mail massages


ASCII, most if not all e-mail is sent in plain text encoded in the ASCII standard unless the text is encrypted before hand by the writer of the e-mail and then the encrypted text is sent in ASCII encoding.

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