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Sharing srp350 network printer on win98 to winxp

We have a Samsung SRP350 Network printer installed locally on Win98. The printer is being shared out to a WinXP machine. The SRP350 will communicate to WinXP just fine and is able to print. The problem is that on the XP machine, the features such as Autocut paper and line feeds do not work on the XP machine and the printer prints a little slow. Although i can get the printer to share and print on the XP machine, I need to know how to get it to autocut and line feed through WinXP? Is there a conflict with Win98 sharing to WinXP with full printer supported features??? I have no problem going from an XP machine to Win98 sharing, but when reversed, it does not work. Thanks, Rob

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  • Rob Perry Mar 07, 2007

    True, so what we have done next is started new, no drivers or software on the XP machine. we then installed the XP driver on the XP machine and went to Add New Printer and located our SRP350 on the Win98 machine. I then tried to do a test print, which did print, but the settings are still not carried through to the XP machine. I have tried to change settings both on the local printer driver on the XP machine as well as the shared driver on the Win98 machine to try different things but still the same results. Hmmmm...

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I have a samsung printer model srp-350pg, anytime trying to print it is printing giberish cherachtors

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You are correct with the conflict, although, it's a difference in drivers, i think what has happened is when you share a printer with xp, it installs the driver from the pc with the driver and printer attached, and as it is attached to a win98 pc, the full functions are probably unavailable,unlike an xp local driver.

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2007

    You will get the same response, as the driver used will still be the generic driver from the Win 98 pc as that is where the printer is connected, it will not make use of the xp installed driver because it's a network printer, so to get full utilities it has to be attached to a Win xp PC or connected direct to your XP pc for them to work in full, as file and printer sharing work slightly different on Win98 and XP.

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