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application) to change the paper setting to Letterhead, and then click OK.
6 Click OK or Print to send the job to print.

Now print the envelope:

1 Load an envelope vertically, flap side down, with the stamp area in the top left corner in the

manual feed.

2 From the File menu, select Print (or Printer) Setup to open your printer driver. 3 In the Print Setup box, click Properties, Options or Setup (depending on the application) and
select the size envelope you want from the Paper Type setting.
4 Change Orientation to Landscape. 5 In the Print dialog box, click OK to send the job to print.
Note: If you want to change a setting not listed in the printer driver, you can download the Lexmark E320/E322 Setup Utility from the Lexmark Web site (www.lexmark.com). If you need an explanation about a printer setting, help is just a click away:
Click the Help box in the bottom right corner of any dialog box. Move your cursor to the setting in question and press F1 or right-click your mouse.
Printing from a Macintosh computer
For example, you are using Mac OS 9 and want to print a letter on letterhead paper and an envelope:
1 Load letterhead with the top of the page pointing down facing you in tray 1. 2 From your software application, open the file you want to print. 3 From the File menu, select Page Setup to open your printer driver. 4 Verify the correct printer is selected in the dialog box. 5 Select Letterhead from Paper and then click OK. 6 Click Print from the File menu to send the job to print.
2 From the File menu, select Page Setup. 3 From the Paper Size setting, select the size envelope you want. 4 Change Orientation to Landscape. 5 Click OK to close the Page Setup dialog box. 6 Go back to the File menu and select Print. 7 From Paper Source select Envelope. 8 Click Print to send the job to print.
Choosing the right print media
Selecting the right paper or other media reduces printing problems. For best print quality, try a sample of the paper or other media you are considering before buying large quantities.
Use 20 lb (75 g/m2) xerographic paper. Use transparencies designed for laser printers. We recommend Lexmark laser printer transparencies: for letter size transparencies, part number 70X7240; for A4 size transparencies, part number 12A5010. Use envelopes made from 90 g/m2 (24 lb) bond paper. To reduce paper jams, do not use envelopes that:

2 Flex the sheets back and forth to loosen them, then fan them.
3 If loading letterhead paper, insert letterhead with the top of the page pointing down, facing you.
Note: Preprinted papers such as letterhead must be able to withstand temperatures up to 200C (392F) without melting or releasing hazardous emissions.
4 Slide the paper guides against the edges of the paper.
5 Extend the front paper support on the paper output bin until you hear a click. If you are printing
on legal-sized paper, completely extend the front paper support.
6 Select the paper size and type from your software application. 7 Start your print job.

In the manual feed

Use the manual feed to print one sheet of paper at a time.
1 Extend the front paper support on the paper output bin until you hear a click.

Manual feed

2 If loading letterhead paper, insert one sheet of letterhead with the top of the page pointing

down, facing you.

3 Slide the paper guides flush against the edges of the paper.
4 Select the paper size and type from your software application. 5 Start your print job. 6 Briefly (approximately one second) push the operator panel button to start printing. 7 When the Load Paper light blinks and the Press Button light comes on, place another sheet in

the manual feed.

8 Push the operator panel button.

In the optional tray 2

1 Grasp the tabs on either side of the tray and pull it completely out of the printer.
2 Before loading paper, push down on the metal plate until it locks into place.
3 If loading A4 or legal sized paper, extend the paper support.
4 Flex the sheets back and forth to loosen them, then fan them.
5 If loading letterhead paper, insert letterhead face down with the top of the page entering the

printer first.

6 Do not exceed the stack height indicator; overfilling the tray may cause paper jams.

Corner bucklers

7 Make sure the paper is under both corner bucklers and lying flat in the tray. 8 Slide the paper guides flush against the edges of the media.
9 Reinstall the tray firmly into the printer.
If the tray is not pushed all the way in, the paper may not feed properly.
10 Select the paper size from your software application. 11 Start your print job.

Loading transparencies

When printing on transparencies, use transparencies designed for laser printers. We recommend Lexmark Laser Printer Transparencies: for letter size transparencies, part number 70X7240; for A4 size transparencies, part number 12A5010.
2 To reduce curling or potential jams, open the front output door for a straight-through paper
3 Flex the transparency sheets back and forth to loosen them, then fan them.
4 Load up to 10 transparencies with the side you want to print on facing you.

Hex Trace mode

Print test quality print pages

Service error

Advanced troubleshooting mode
page 81, Advanced troubleshooting
What this light sequence means: The printer is ready to receive and process data. What you can do:
Send a print job. Print a test page by pushing the operator panel button with a brief button press. Cancel the job. Push the operator panel button until all the lights come on to reset the printer.
What this light sequence means: The printer is ready to receive and process data. In addition, the toner in the print cartridge is getting low. What you can do:
Send a print job. Print a test page by pushing the operator panel button with a brief button press. Remove the print cartridge and shake it to extend the life of the cartridge. Replace the print cartridge. Cancel the job. Push the operator panel until all the lights come on to reset the printer. Note: The Toner Low light does not come on if the standard 1,500-page print cartridge is installed in the E320.
What this light sequence means: The printer is busy receiving or processing data, or printing a test page. What you can do:
Cancel the job. Push the operator panel button until all the lights come on to reset the printer.
What this light sequence means: The printer is busy receiving or processing data, or printing a test page. In addition, the toner in the print cartridge is getting low. What you can do:
Remove the print cartridge and shake it to extend the life of the cartridge. Replace the print cartridge. Cancel the job. Push the operator panel button until all the lights come on to reset the printer. Note: The Toner Low light does not come on if the standard 1,500-page print cartridge is installed in the E320.
What this light sequence means: The printer is waiting until a print timeout occurs or until it receives additional data. What you can do:
Print data stored in the printer buffer by pushing the operator panel button with a brief button press.
What this light sequence means: The printer is waiting until a print timeout occurs or until it receives additional data. In addition, the toner in the print cartridge is getting low. What you can do:
Print data stored in the printer buffer by pushing the operator panel button with a brief button press or Remove the print cartridge and shake it to extend the life of the cartridge. Replace the print cartridge. Note: The Toner Low light does not come on if the standard 1,500-page print cartridge is installed in the E320.
What this light sequence means: The printer is flushing corrupted print data. What you can do:
Wait until the operator panel returns to Ready/Data to print other jobs.
What this light sequence means: The printer is flushing corrupted print data. In addition, the toner in the print cartridge is getting low. What you can do:

What this light sequence means when you press the operator panel button with a double-button press from the special function menu: The printer doesnt have enough memory to save the data in the buffer. What you can do:
Install additional memory. Push the operator panel button with a brief button press to resume printing. Cancel the job. Push the operator panel button until all the lights come on to reset the printer.
What this light sequence means when you press the operator panel button with a double-button press from the special function menu: The printer has insufficient memory to free up unused space in flash memory. What you can do:
Delete fonts, macros, and other data in RAM. Install additional printer memory and then issue a PJL command to free up unused space in flash memory.
What this light sequence means when you press the operator panel button with a double-button press from the special function menu: The printer has an error communicating with the host computer. This light sequence is displayed if:
Your printer is connected to the network, but it cant detect the print server when you first turn the printer on. The computer attempts to communicate with the printer through the parallel port, but the port setting has been disabled in advanced troubleshooting mode. The computer attempts to communicate with the printer through the USB port, but the port has been disabled in advanced troubleshooting mode. Continued
Check that the Ethernet cable is still plugged into the printer. Print a test page to verify that the parallel buffer setting or USB buffer setting is disabled (see Parallel port enabled or USB port enabled in Advanced Troubleshooting).
What this light sequence means when you press the operator panel button with a double-button press from the special function menu: The printer has a service error and printing has stopped. What you can do:
Turn the printer off and back on. If the lights are still blinking, contact the place where you bought your printer.
Solving print quality problems
Use the following tables to find solutions for printing problems you have encountered. If you cannot fix the problem, contact the place where you bought your printer. You may have a printer part that requires cleaning or replacement by a service technician.
Problem Light or blurred characters. What to do The print cartridge may be getting low on toner: 1 Remove the print cartridge. 2 Shake it from side to side to redistribute the toner. 3 Reinstall it. Make sure you are using recommended print media (see Media types and sizes.) If you are printing on special media, for example, card stock or labels, be sure you selected the correct paper type in the printer driver. The printer detects a print cartridge error. Replace it. Toner smudges appear on the front or back of the page. Make sure the paper is straight and unwrinkled. Replace the print cartridge.

Jobs are not printing and the Error light is on solid. While in PostScript Level 2 emulation, the printer is flushing data (Ready/Data and Error indicator lights are blinking). You want to use manual duplex but cannot find it on your printer driver. While using manual duplex, the printer gets a paper jam.
You keep getting paper jams while using manual duplex.
Try using 20# xerographic paper or 80 g/m2 A4 paper.

Resetting user defaults

When formatting problems occur or unexpected characters print, try resetting the printer default settings to your user defaults. Press and hold the operator panel button until all of the lights come on.
Using the special function menu
Printer settings for solving print quality problems are found in the special function menu: restore factory defaults, Hex Trace, print quality test pages, and advanced troubleshooting mode. To enter the special function menu:
1 Turn off the printer. 2 Open the top cover. 3 Turn the printer back on. 4 When the Error light comes on, indicating the top cover is open, press and release the
operator panel button twice quickly (double-button press).
5 When the Error light and Press Button light blink, close the cover.
The special function menu is activated.
Restoring factory defaults
Sometimes resetting the printer to the original factory default settings solves formatting problems.
1 Enter the special function menu. 2 Press and release the operator panel button twice quickly (double-button press) until the Toner
Low light comes on and the two bottom lights blink.
3 Press the operator panel with a long button press (hold until all the lights come on) to reset the
printer to the original factory defaults. Once the settings are returned to the factory default values, the printer returns to the Ready state.

Using Hex Trace mode

When unexpected characters print or characters are missing, use Hex Trace to help you determine if there is a problem with the language interpreter or the cable. Hex Trace isolates printing problems by telling you what information your printer is receiving.
1 Enter the special function menu. 2 Press and release the operator panel button twice quickly (double-button press) three times
until the Paper Jam light comes on and the two bottom lights blink.
3 Press the operator panel button with a long button press (hold until all the lights come on) to
select the Hex Trace setting.
4 Press the operator panel button with another long button press to initiate Hex Trace.
Data sent to the printer is printed out in hexadecimal and character representation to help isolate the source of the problem. To exit Hex Trace mode, turn off the printer or press the operator panel with a long button press.
Using print quality test pages
To help isolate print quality problems, like streaking, print test pages using the print quality test pages setting:

1 Enter the special function menu. 2 Press and release the operator panel button twice quickly (double-button press) four times
until the Ready/Data and Toner Low light come on and the bottom two lights blink.
initiate Print Quality Test Pages. Three pages print to help you evaluate print quality. The first page has registration marks, the second page is gray, and the third page is black. Once the paper exits into the output bin, the printer returns to the Ready state.
4 Use the test pages to isolate problems such as print is too light, toner streaks, and so on. See
the Troubleshooting tables for solutions to these problems.
5 To exit print quality test pages, press the operator panel button with a long button press (hold
until all the lights come on).
Go to Advanced troubleshooting for information about advanced troubleshooting mode settings.

Advanced troubleshooting

If you contact the Lexmark Customer Support Center to help you resolve a printing problem, they may guide you through an advanced troubleshooting mode to change a default setting (for example, turning on the PPDS Activated setting if your job application uses the PPDS datastream). To set or change specific printer functions in the advanced troubleshooting mode, download the Lexmark E320/E322 Setup Utility from the Lexmark Web site (www.lexmark.com). The following settings can be selected in troubleshooting mode:

Parallel Port Settings

PPDS Activated
Enable Port NPA Mode Protocol Mode 1 Mode 2 Strobe Adjust
USB Settings Enable Port NPA Mode

Auto LFCR after CRLF

To enter this advanced troubleshooting mode, you must be in the Special Function Menu:
1 Turn off the printer. 2 Open the top cover. 3 Turn the printer back on. 4 When the Error light comes on, indicating the top cover is open, press the operator panel
button with a double button press.
6 Press and release the operator panel button twice quickly (double-button press) until the Load
Paper light comes on and the two bottom lights blink.
7 Press the operator panel until all the lights come on to initiate the advanced troubleshooting
mode. When the printer is in the advanced troubleshooting mode, the operator panel lights take on new meanings based on their function. This illustration represents the operator panel settings in the advanced troubleshooting mode when an operator panel light is on.

Setting up the network printer
Print servers connect printers to networks. This lets many users access printers from their own workstations, a very cost effective way to share powerful and expensive printers. It is not necessary to buy an extra personal computer to attach each printer to the network. You use the print server instead.

Environments we support

Print servers support an extraordinarily wide range of network environments. Any single print server on any given physical network can accept and process print jobs from any or all of these logical networks concurrently. For example, if a MarkNet XI physically attaches a printer to an Ethernet network, then a NetWare client and an AppleTalk user can send print jobs to the printer simultaneously. The print jobs are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Connect the hardware

Instructions on connecting the Ethernet cable to your Lexmark E320n Printer can be found in the printer Setup Book. To view the Setup Book from this CD, click the Home icon Other Resources PDFs for Printing Setup Guide.
Print a network setup page
Push the operator panel button with a brief button press to print a network setup page showing the physical address of the network printer. A printer settings page prints first and after a few moments a network setup page prints. Save the network setup page because you will use it later.

Configure and print

TCP/IP Step 1: Set the IP address, netmask and gateway
You must assign an IP address, netmask and gateway to the print server in order for other network devices to find it on the network.
If you have DHCP, the proper addresses are automatically assigned. To verify the assignment has happened, print a network setup page and make sure the IP address, netmask and gateway appear as non-zero. If you dont have DHCP, there are other methods you can use to manually assign the address, such as static ARP and telnet, or a setup utility.
This method automatically sets the IP address, netmask, gateway, host name, and WINS server using a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. The DHCP server or a forwarding agent must be attached to the same IP subnet as the print server. Make sure the DHCP server has scope defined for the subnet. Ensure that the DHCP server provides the following options:
001 Netmask 003 Router 044 WINS/NBNS Server Netmask for IP subnet IP address of router (such as 9.10.8.250) IP address of WINS server
If you are using a WINS server, telnet to port 9000 to set the print server host name.
Print Server TCP/IP Setup Utility
The Print Server TCP/IP Setup Utility is a simple way to set the IP address and other important IP parameters in a print server. You can set up one or many print servers using this method with no need to physically visit the printers.

Set up LexIP printing on Windows NT 4.0/2000
You can view this file online before you begin installing, or print the file to an alternate network printer that is already set up.
Part 1: Install printer drivers and TCP/IP network support
1 Launch the drivers CD. If you still have the CD running, click Back to return to the first screen. 2 Click Printer Software. 3 Click the icon to install the version of software on the CD. 4 Agree to the license agreement. 5 Select Custom Install, and then click Next. 6 When asked where you want the software installed, click Local Computer. 7 When the list of software components is offered, select all the options you want to install.You
need to at least select the following:
Printer Drivers (to obtain a custom driver for your printer) Network Support (TCP/IP)
8 When the list of printers is offered, select the model of the printer you want to install, and then

click Add.

9 When the printer appears in the Selected Printers list, click Next. 10 On the Drivers and Bi-Di support tabs, modify any settings you want. On the Bi-Di support tab,
remove the check mark from the status window if you do not want this function. Note: The status window opens up with every print job you send and gives you real-time job status information and sends you alerts if there are problems printing.
11 On the Network Support tab, select TCP/IP.
Note: If a shaded check mark is beside an option, support for that environment is already installed and will be updated with this installation.
12 Click Finish Installation. When prompted for a reboot, answer Yes. Exit the CD if necessary.
Files are copied to the computer and printer objects are created in the Windows printers folder. A message appears when installation is complete.
Part 2: Create a Network Port
1 Click Start 3 Click File

Settings

Printers.
2 Select the printer you just created.

Properties.

4 Click Ports, and then Add Port. 5 Click Network Port, and then New Port. 6 Enter the information to create the port.
Assign a logical port name. This can be any name that reminds you of the printer such as E322_lab4. This name eventually appears in the list of available ports. Select the IP address of your printer from the list. If the address is not listed, then click Enter TCP/IP address or Name of Print Server, and then type the address in the IP address text box. If you dont know the IP address, press the operator panel button with a brief button press to print a network setup page and look under the TCP/IP heading.
Check the option to Set this protocol to be the default protocol. Click OK. The new port is assigned to the printer.

7 Press the operator panel button with a brief button press to print a test page to verify printer
installation. If the Printer Properties window is still open, click Print Test Page on the General tab. If you have closed the Printer Properties, do the following:

Click Start Click File

Settings Properties.
On the General tab, click Print Test Page.
When a test page prints successfully, client setup is complete.
Set up LexIP printing on Windows 95/98/Me
This is the method you must use if you want to set up direct printing on Windows/95/98/Me clients. You can view this file online before you begin installing, or print the file to an alternate network printer that is already set up.
1 Launch the drivers CD. If you still have the CD running, click Back to return to the first screen. 2 Click Printer Software. 3 Click the icon to install the version of software on the CD. 4 Agree to the license agreement. 5 Select Custom Install, and then click Next.
6 When the list of software components is offered, select all the options you want to install. You
7 When the list of printer choices is offered, select the model of the printer you want to install,

and then click Add.

8 Click Next. 9 On the Drivers and Bi-Di support tabs, modify any settings you want. On the Bi-Di support tab,
remove the check mark from the status window if you do not want this function. Note: The status window opens up with every print job you send and gives you real-time information about the job being printed and the condition of the printer.
10 On the Network Support tab, select TCP/IP.
11 Click Finish Installation. When prompted for a reboot, answer Yes. Exit the CD if necessary.
4 Click Details, and then Add Port. 5 Click Network Printer Monitor, and then OK. 6 Enter the information to create the port.
7 Press the operator panel with a brief button press to print a test page verifying printer
Use shared printing if your organization needs to centrally manage network printers. To set up this type of printing, you must install the printer on a server and set it up to be shared with network clients. Note: If your organization has no need to centrally manage network printers from a single location, see direct IP printing.
Install a shared printer on a Windows NT 4.0/2000 server
Part 1: Installing printer drivers and TCP/IP network support

Part 2: Creating a Network Port
Assign a logical port name. This can be any name that reminds you of the printer such as E322_lab4. This name eventually appears in the list of available ports. Select the IP address of your printer from the list. If the address is not listed, then click Enter TCP/IP address or Name of Print Server, and then type the address in the IP address text box. If you dont know the IP address, press the operator panel button to print a network setup page and look under the TCP/IP heading.
7 Print a test page to verify printer installation. If the Printer Properties window is still open, click
Print Test Page on the General tab. If you have closed the Printer Properties, do the following:
When a test page prints successfully, printer setup is complete.
Part 3: Sharing the printer on the network

Sharing.

4 Check Shared, and then type a name in Shared Name text box. 5 In the Alternate Drivers section, select the operating systems of all the network clients that will

print to the printer.

6 Click OK.
Note: If you are missing files, you may be prompted to provide the operating system CD of the server.
7 Check the following to make sure the printer was successfully shared.
The printer object icon in the printers folder now has a shared indicator. For example, in Windows NT 4.0, a hand appears under the printer icon. Browse Network Neighborhood. Find the host name of the server and look for the shared name you assigned to the printer.
The printer is now shared and ready to be installed on network clients.
Install a shared printer on network clients
Select one of the following ways to install a shared printer on network clients: Setting up clients (point and print)
A sub-set of driver information is copied from the server to the client computer. This is just enough information to send a print job to the printer. Best use of system resources. Server handles driver modifications and the print job processing. This lets network clients return to applications much faster.
Setting up clients (peer-to-peer)
The printer driver is fully installed on the client computer. Network clients retain control of driver modifications. Client computer handles the print job processing.
Setting up clients (point and print)
1 On the Windows desktop of the client computer, double-click Network Neighborhood. 2 Locate the host name of the server computer, and then double-click the host name.

4 Issue a ping command to the print server.
5 Establish an FTP session with the print server.

ftp 157.184.8.231

6 Using the FTP put command, print a file. The file you use with FTP can be in PCL or
PostScript emulations, PDF, HTML or any other language the printer understands. If the file prints, this confirms the TCP/IP protocol is working properly in the MarkNet print server. put mytest.ps or put mytest.txt
7 Reset both the print server and the printer. 8 If possible, shut down Windows NT Server and restart the server. There could be a spooler
problem that requires a restart.

Novell NetWare

Queue-based printing Set up the printer using the Network Printer Utility
The easiest way to configure the print server for NetWare jobs in non-NDPS and non-NEPS environments is to use the Network Printer Utility for NetWare. The Network Printer Utility automatically creates all the necessary NetWare objects (print queue objects, print server objects, and printer objects). Do the following from a Windows NT workstation running Novell NetWare Client32 software, or from a Windows 95 or Windows 98 workstation running either Novell Client32 or Microsoft Client for NetWare networks.
1 Install the Network Printer Utility for NetWare on the workstation. This software is located the
following directory on the drivers CD that shipped with your printer (X=the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive). X:/Interwin/instwin.exe
Double-click instwin.exe. Select your language, and then click OK. Select to use Existing Program Group, and then click OK. The Network Printer Utility is installed on the workstation in a directory called netprint.
2 On the Windows desktop, click Start

Lexmark

Network Printer Utility.
This program finds all the network printers containing on-board network functionality or MarkNet internal printer servers that are on the same sub-net. It will also find any printers attached to MarkNet external print servers.
3 Double-click the network printer and/or print server you want to configure:
Set a unique Adapter login name. This is the name the print server uses to log in to the NetWare server. Select PSERVER mode.
4 From the File menu, click Setup. 5 Select Quick or Customized, then select the mode.
If you want to manage NDS queues, you must specify the NDS tree and context where the MarkNet print server is defined. You also need to create or select queues to be serviced. If you want to manage bindery queues, you must first specify the file servers. Afterward, you must create or select queues to be serviced.

6 If prompted to reset the print server, select Yes to immediately begin servicing the queues.
Choosing NPRINTER/RPRINTER or PSERVER
When configuring your print server, youll have to set it up in either NPRINTER/RPRINTER or in PSERVER.
How NPRINTER/RPRINTER works
A MarkNet print server configured in NPRINTER/RPRINTER acts as a remote printer. This remote printer receives print jobs from a NetWare print server. The NetWare print server, a program called PSERVER.NLM running on a NetWare server, obtains print jobs from a queue and sends them to the remote printer.

How PSERVER works

A MarkNet print server set up in PSERVER acts as a NetWare print server attached to NetWare servers. This print server obtains print jobs from queues located on one or more file servers. PSERVER print servers actually log into NetWare servers as a NetWare client and require one NetWare user license per PSERVER device.
NPRINTER vs. PSERVER in IntraNetWare NetWare Directory Services (NDS)
Print servers are fully supported in IntraNetWare NDS, using either NetWare NPRINTER or PSERVER. If you use bindery emulation, you cannot use NPRINTER.
NPRINTER in IntraNetWare NDS
Advantage of using NPRINTER in NDS:
Does not require a NetWare server user license
Disadvantages of using NPRINTER in NDS:
Little information is available about the print job. After a job leaves a print server queue, it is removed from the queue, regardless of whether it actually prints. This could cause a print job to be lost if the printer is turned off in the middle of the print job. This is inherent in the NetWare design.
Notes about printing performance:
Many people prefer to configure their print servers in PSERVER. In early versions of NetWare, PSERVER performance was significantly better than NPRINTER/RPRINTER performance. This performance difference is less for IntraNetWare. Actual print job throughput is affected by many other factors such as topology, job size and content, and print server settings. Under many circumstances, NPRINTER provides an excellent IntraNetWare NDS solution.
PSERVER in IntraNetWare NDS

If you are in a LaserWriter 8 environment and want to change the printer name:
2 Launch MarkVision. 3 Click View, and then Select Zones. 4 Select the zone that contains the new printer. 5 Find the new printer in the list and highlight it. 6 To specify the printer name you prefer, click Adapter Settings. 7 Select Parallel from the settings pop-up list. 8 Change the adapter name. Updating printer hardware
If you add or remove the paper tray 2 option, or if you load new paper sizes or types, each user should update his desktop printer object. Follow these steps to update the desktop printer object:
LaserWriter 8 environment (prior to LaserWriter 8.4.1):
1 In the Chooser, select the printer to be updated. 2 Click the Setup button. 3 Click Auto Setup to automatically reconfigure the printer options. (Or, you can select Configure
to manually reconfigure the printer options.)
LaserWriter 8 environment (LaserWriter 8.4.1 and later):
1 Select the desktop printer object to be updated. 2 Select the Printing menu, and then select Change Setup. 3 Select Auto Setup to automatically reconfigure the printer options. (Or, you can manually
reconfigure the printer options if you want.)
QuickDraw GX environment:
1 Select the desktop printer object to be updated. 2 Select the Printing menu, and then select Configuration. 3 Select the options that match what is installed on the printer. Troubleshooting
If you are having trouble with your print server on an AppleTalk network (EtherTalk, TokenTalk, or LocalTalk), do these steps in the order shown before you call the Customer Support Center.
1 Make sure the AppleTalk protocol is turned on (activated) in the print server. To find out, press
the operator panel button to print a network setup page and look in the paragraph under AppleTalk.
2 Make sure the status of the MarkNet print server is connected. To find out, look on the
network setup page for Status.
3 Do you see the printer in the Chooser?
If no, restart the Macintosh workstation and look again. If yes, make sure the printer name in the Chooser exactly matches the AppleTalk name listed on the network setup page.
4 Check all connections. Check the cables on the back of the Macintosh workstation. Check the

 

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