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Error: Printing data is inaccurate, printing processing is stopped Printer error page is printed with this error prints fine from the webpage printer is installed on windows 2000 over a network

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  • bullo2008 Aug 22, 2008

    Ive solved it by installing the XP drivers on the PC

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    Copy and fax work. Was printing fine through network. Now it's giving error. Tried to hook it directly to computer. It is communicating with computer says processing print data but does nothing I've done everything I can think of . Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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I got the same error with another type of sharp photocopier AR-M257

My error, I was installing the wrong driver.
I installed the Sharp driver with the PS at the end.

You can download from here depending the version of the Windows you have
http://www.sharpusa.com/products/business/copiers/business_copiers_drivers/


Good luck!!

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

  • realkyu Sep 29, 2010

    Good advice. Bad link.

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In my case, I installed a driver with the PCL at the of the driver name and it now works fine now. :D

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On win 8 64bits You can use the driver of SHARP AR-208d PCL6 for install properly the Sharp AR-M236 printer.
1/ install the SHARP AR m_236 on your computer
2/ Change the property and the pilote with SHARP AR-208d
3/ It works
No thanks to sharp, thanks to me

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It could be that windows 2000 cant handle the data that is being transmitted to it (too much to interpret and transmit so it gets backlogged and corrupt) through your network, I would suggest installing either a queing software on the computer so that it feeds the data one piece at a timne, or upgrading the computer to XP or windows Server 2003/2007.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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