buy the looks of the problem it looks like you may have either faulty driver or a cable connect to the printer is not in correctlly
. I would try this test first install the Generic / text only driver and send a printer sample to the printer. if this prints ok it could be the driver your down loaded or problem with one of the line driver boards inthe printer.
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The "Heap Over Flow" error indicates you are basically running out of memory to store graphics commands before a command to print data is issued.
The solution is
1) Windows Printing.
A) Ensure the printers EMULATION setting matches the printer driver uses.
B) If using the T6050 printer driver ensure you have the correct lavel of firmware. The later version of printer driver need to have the latest T6050 firmware installed in the printer.
C) Consider setting the printer EMULATION to EPSON FX then install the EPSON FX100 driver on the Windows Box
Install the IBM Proprinter XL24 driver on the Windows Box and set the printer EMULATION to IBM Proprinter
Using either of these two compatible drivers will 'side step' issues caused by printer firmware / drinter driver compatibility issues as it may be difficult to obtain suitable firmware or drivers due to the age of this device.
2) If you are coding the escape commands yourself you need to check these as they are incorrect if this error is seen