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The printer first prints - -12345X@PJL JOB NAME = “WindowsNT” befor it prints anything els

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Have you tried reinstalling the driver?

I think this sounds more like a driver or compatibility issue, I would say uninstall the printer then reinstall it, If you are not comfortable doing it we can help,

We can remote login and help you if need be. Just let us know

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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  • gchester410 Oct 06, 2010

    see i have tryed new drivers different pcl drivers i have tryed diferent cables and usb cables i have even removed the netware client from the pc still same thing

  • Yayimfixed Oct 06, 2010

    That tidbit may have been useful since those are the first steps to any problem solving. Our offer still stands we can help by remote login,

  • gchester410 Oct 13, 2010

    dont worry i have sorted the problem out . it would have never been fixed with you remote login
    it was a problem in the bios but thanks for the offer .

  • gchester410 Oct 13, 2010

    i think the raiting is wrong and needs to drop

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