Question about Panasonic Computers & Internet
This is business. You keep making newer products discarding the old ones. However, MS is not making everything. It is the producers of those non MS products to keep pace with the operating systems. Your grudge against them is understandable but try to understand their points of view too.
Here is an excerpt from one of the sites
Has this printer ever operated properly with this computer with the Windows
XP operating system?
The usual problem that gives the symptoms you describe is the setting for
the LPT port in the computer's BIOS. If set for EPP or ECP or ESC&EPP, it
can happen that the data is sent to the printer too rapidly.
The fix at your disposal is to change the setting for the port the printer
uses to standard parallel port. The language used for the setting differs as
between BIOSs. Look for something like SPP, bi-directional printer port,
standard or the like.
OK out and save the setting change.
Allow the computer to re-boot.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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