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at 1st you go to front of your fiery & xerox machine,an on it. when dc12 will show redy to copy and fiery show idel.you go to start butten on your xp os. printer and fax > add printer> next> locale with automatic > (sarching...) > next > creat a naw port-> standerd TCP/IP > next > type your fiery IP address on the box of printer name > next> next> next> finish> have disk> brroush> (select location of your printer driver)> open> ok> next> next> next> finish.
at the end of setting up network settings it should ask if you want to save settings, click yes then its enabled. i have never had a fiery that doesnt hold its settings so its probably something you arent pressing.
there is an issue with one of the mac OS's that it just doesnt like the old fiery rips and you will never be able to print, but i'm not that clued up on the mac side and cant remember, sorry.
from your add printer section it should automatically see the x12 and give you the options of a hold,print and direct queue. I f you havent got a pc then the only queues that is useful to you is direct. Print holds the job on the hard drive and will eventually fill the server