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Re: fuji printpix nc 1000
Because you don't have the controller you will need to purchase a SCSI-II card for the PC and connect it with a cable. D-sub 25pinx2 cable. You can get a card like maybe an Adaptec aha2930 and you can use a DB 25pin serial cable to connect the two. you will probably need male-male.
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I have the drivers and real manual with error codes.The manual link above is just a brochure. I can forward email with files and answer about errors. Keep in mind that the ic-1000 controller does all the color corrections etc for you. From a PC I found photoshop is helpful, the quality just wasn't the same as the ic-1000 controller.
Hi.. The Printpix NC-1000 can be connected to any computer. You must install a SCSI-II controller card to connect it to. With that you will need no other drivers. Here is the Support Website for Printpix NC-1000 for more info and contact numbers. http://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/ServiceSupportProduct.do?prodcat=473228 Hope I helped. LUCKY4LYNN2 - Please rate my solution, k? Thank You..
Have you tried calibrating the print head? Turn off the printer and the controller. Turn the printer on. Once the process light turns off, hold down the exec button and press the left arrow. "Please wait" is shown on the screen, and after a while it starts making noises and the screen changes to "calibrating". This is supposed to solve that problem. It didn't for me, but it's a start.