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I have print station running on my network to an HP 672c parallel. How do i install printer driver port so that I can connect to the printer as I do on another xp computer?

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SOURCE: Not printing to network attached printer

I have a DLink DPR-1260, and found the configuration to be challenging too. First of all, has it ever worked? If not, you may need to check your router config to ensure that they are both on the same subnet. Typically they come set to 192.168.x.x... if the router is set to 192.168.1.1, the print server is set to 192.168.0.10, and your subnet mask is set to 255.255.255.0... it'll never connect. Make sure that the router and print server are configured to the same subnet... 192.168.1.x for example... and then try it. Let us know if that doesn't resolve your issue, and we'll keep working with you.

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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SOURCE: Emulex NetJet Print Server Problem

The standard port settings used when setting up a Printer Port is Port 9100 (TCP) when normally communicating with the Jet direct / LaserJet 4 plus printer.

However when using the Emulex Card it s default is Port 2501 (UDP). So within XP change the Port setting to 2501 and it then will communicate correctly.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Parallel Port for a Printer

you can install a add on parallel port card on pci slot of the motherboard

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SOURCE: IN INTEL DG31 PRINTER PROBLEM

try to unplug the printer from the wall then plug it back in see if that helps

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SOURCE: 31PR supports parallel port or not?

I HAVE DG31PR M/B AND ADD PIC CARD IN PRINTER PORT\r\nADD PRINTER AND PRINT IN ONLY WINDOWS BASED.
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other M/b Onboard
I HAVE DOS BASED PRINT Eg. c:\dir >prn to print to directories names.

but could not print out. because printer port is LPT3 is named.
anyway i am try to lpt3 to lpt the following steps
divice manager
ports
com & lpt
lpt3- properties
port setting
port lpt3 to lpt1
apply
then print is successfully
the above setup followed in DG31PR m/b.
lpt3- properties
port setting (tab) not viewed
Why?

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HP LaserJet 1022 is a "host-based" printer so it must be connected to a PC. Load the driver on PC first and connect the USB cable when software tells you to do so.

Will not work on a Linksys print server.

LaserJet 1022N & LaserJet 1022NW have "special" HP print servers that can support HP host based printers.

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How to connect the machine to the computer for printing


Be sure that you have network option installed. On top cover of the printer itself (under the scanner) you can see a floppy drive, can you? OK, then it is capable of network printing. Also parallel (Mini-Centronics) port will work.
You may try parallel printing first, it is easier. Download from
www.xerox.com/support drivers for your DC440ST.

Install driver. Connect parallel port to computer via Cenntronics cable and you'll be ready.

If you want to print from network you must have UNIX printing installed in Windows. You have to create a new port in the printer driver and create a print queue and name it "lp". Port address is also needed. For example 192.168.0.1.

To set up network address on the printer you have to log into the printer as administrator.

Press (key) button on the top right part of the keyboard.
On the touch screen enter: #22222 (hash sign and five 5's)
Enter "Networks settings" "TCP/IP" "network address" "STATIC" "192.168.0.!" for example" "SAVE" "QUIT" and the printer will boot.

You may have to ping for the network address to see if it responds. If the copier/printer prints out a config sheet in five minutes you can check the address and other setting you just did.

If the printer DOES NOT PRINT the config sheet it may be disabled in settings. You can log in again (key) #22222 and enable "print config sheet" + reboot again.

Sep 08, 2010 | Xerox DC440ST Copier

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I have an HP LaserJet printer 4050N with RJ45 and Parallel Port. The Printer is kind of far from the WireLess router and I can't connect it. Unfortunately, my PC doesn't have a parallel port. The best...


Another option is to find an old laptop, with "wireless" capabilities and a Parallel Port.

Connect the printer to the laptop.

Connect the laptop to your wireless network.

Tell the laptop to "share" the printer.

Then, any computer on your network can "find" the networked printer, and can print to it.


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Mp250 canon user intervention required problem


Clear pause printing
  1. From the Windows Desktop, select Start , Settings , and Printers .
  2. Right-click the HP LaserJet printer icon that is being used.
  3. Select the Work Offline or Pause Printing option (if enabled) to remove the check.
  4. Print the document again.
Establish parallel connection
  1. Turn off the printer or remove the printer from the network.
  2. Connect the printer to the PC using a parallel cable.
  3. Power on the printer.
  4. Print the document again. NOTE: If the User Intervention Required message reappears, disable or remove any HP LaserJet software utilities loaded on the system (for example, Status Window, HP Toolbox, etc.). Prove printer functionality and troubleshoot communications; try printing again.
Uninstall and reinstall the driver After performing a cold reset on a product installed with USB, a higher DOT4_00x port is created, causing the printer to hang while printing. NOTE: This is required with products installed on a USB port only.
  1. Uninstall the USB printer driver.
  2. Remove the HP folder and AIO folder from the hard drive.
  3. Reinstall the USB printer driver.
CAUSE: This error can occur if when using a network or printing from a laptop. When the print job goes into a pending status, the printer is either in Work Offline or Pause Printing mode. Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
Thanks.
Have a good day.

Mar 17, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My printer shows ''User intervension required'' other than ''Ready''


The issue may be resolved by clearing the pause printing in the printer driver or by setting up a parallel connection with the computer. Clear pause printing
  1. From the Windows Desktop, select Start , Settings , and Printers .
  2. Right-click the HP LaserJet printer icon that is being used.
  3. Select the Work Offline or Pause Printing option (if enabled) to remove the check.
  4. Print the document again.
Establish parallel connection
  1. Turn off the printer or remove the printer from the network.
  2. Connect the printer to the PC using a parallel cable.
  3. Power on the printer.
  4. Print the document again. NOTE: If the User Intervention Required message reappears, disable or remove any HP LaserJet software utilities loaded on the system (for example, Status Window, HP Toolbox, etc.). Prove printer functionality and troubleshoot communications; try printing again.
Uninstall and reinstall the driver After performing a cold reset on a product installed with USB, a higher DOT4_00x port is created, causing the printer to hang while printing. NOTE: This is required with products installed on a USB port only.
  1. Uninstall the USB printer driver.
  2. Remove the HP folder and AIO folder from the hard drive.
  3. Reinstall the USB printer driver.
CAUSE: This error can occur if when using a network or printing from a laptop. When the print job goes into a pending status, the printer is either in Work Offline or Pause Printing mode. Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
Thanks.
Have a good day.

Mar 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Connecting a HP 4550 parrallel printer to a USB Laptop


in order for you to use USB on this printer. you need to get "HP175x jetdirect, USB to parallel" which is print server box use to convert USB to parallel print port fo rolder printers that don't have USB or use as multiple pinters for network.
price is around $70 USD.

Jun 05, 2009 | HP Color LaserJet 4550 Printer

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NETWORK


Does your copier have a Network Interface Card ( NIC ) installed in the printer? If not, and if the copier has the Parallel port option installed, you can purchase an HP JetDirect EX network print server, and then connect it to the printer parallel port, and then into your ethernet network. This option is very effective, and a very "Green" solution vs using a computer as a print server for example, or the high cost of adding a Toshiba ethernet option if not already installed.

Nov 07, 2008 | Toshiba e-STUDIO 16 Printer

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Connecting a new computer to an older printer


Does this Laptop have a docking station? If so then on the back of the docking station should be a parallel port.

Is you laptop connected to a router/firewall/switch? Then you can get a device that will make the printer become networkable and connect to you firewall switch...this unit is called HP jetdirect. It will make your parralel printer become more useful and connected to the network.

Problem is the printer is "old school" and the laptop is "new school", the JetDirect will bridge this...

Jul 07, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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HP LaserJet II p Plus will not print


Hi,

I am assuming that you are using Vista. Based on your post/description:
1. the HP Compaq 6710b has no parallel port;
2. the HP LaserJet IIP Plus is only capable of either serial or parallel connection;
3. hence you're attempting a USB to Parallel interface;
4. the printer is installed in your notebook and is set to USB port;
5. from the printer a test print can be performed but not from the Printer Properties in your notebook;
6. all printing jobs initiated from the notebook results in an "Error".

With the above in mind, may I point/suggest that:
a. Windows Vista driver will only enable your HP LaserJet IIP Plus' basic functions to work. It is not 100% compatible;
b. alternately, you can try using the XP installation CD/drivers of the printer;
c. the compatibility issue may be compounded by the USB to parallel interface;
d. the USB to parallel interface may be hampered by a known Vista USB issue;
e. you can try patching/updating the Vista USB driver. Since this has been a recognized issue with Vista, Microsoft has posted a fix for this here or here.
f. verify that the printer does not display a 22 or 40 Error.

If the printing concern has not been rectified after completion of the above procedures, you may need to:
i. download and install HP Universal PostScript Print Driver; or
ii. consider using a wireless print server connected to the parallel port of the printer; or
iii.consider replacing your printer. Sorry.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Mar 12, 2008 | HP LaserJet IIp plus Printer

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