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We're having a problem getting our Roland Soljet to "see" the print server. The server computer crashed hard earllier today and we just finally got the LAN connected again, but for some reason the server and the printer aren't communicating. We had to reconfigure the IP addresses on the server computer (which uses Windows XP) and we've been trying to do the same on the printer side with no luck. Any suggestions?

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You may need to reload server with print drivers..you may find a fresh set at their website, methinks.

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