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The Xerox Wokcentre XD100 is connected to the PC via a PCI to Parallel Card with it's original cable. The device manager has installed the card in LPT3 & that's the port used when installing the Printer driver... however when a document is sent to print a communication error returns or a "fail to print message" message shows on screen.

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  • christoph42790 Mar 22, 2011

    The problem was solved by going into the Bios

  • Pendres Chekednes Sep 18, 2011

    What was changed in the BIOS to make it work?

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Hello,
check printer port from printer "Properties" menu.
Good luck!

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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