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Wee 12:21pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 
Use it to print census information about past family members Long Cartridge Life Pricey The Konica PagePro 1350 printer is pretty good quality and it was a good price when I bought it on sale at OfficeMax.
djames 8:29am on Monday, October 11th, 2010 
stuck with toner I actually love my printer- not this model- an older one. BUT- when I upgraded to windows 7 - No was driver available. Konica OPC Drum magicolor 2200 The seller was prompt with the ship of the product. It was in the original box.
coume 5:56am on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
I am very well satisfied with this product. This is my fourth. Clean Replacement,Easy To Install,Sharp Tones & Colors Very Economical for everyday projects. Clean Replacement,Dries Quickly,Long Cartridge Life
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QMS COLOR LASER TONER Excellent product as Konica Minolta products are. I will buy again and have used these products for over 100. Excellent price for this product The product was received in excellent condition. The service was great.
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I have owned the Konica Minolta PagePro 1400W for approximately 18 months. This is my first home laser printer. easy to set up, good print quality, cheap loud, short-lived
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colour laser printer excellent quality. cheap to print. the cartridges seem to last forever. Excellent in every way I will continue to use this service for its value, good coms and sensible packaging Great printer Fantastic printer that really does do what it says on the box. Easy to set up and much faster printing than my old inkjets.

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The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Other product names mentioned in this manual may also be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Registered trademarks are registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office; some trademarks may also be registered in other countries. QMS, Crown, CrownAdmin, CrownNet, magicolor, the QMS logo, and the Crown seal are registered trademarks of QMS, Inc., and CrownView, ImageServer, PS Executive Series, Q COLOR , and QFORM are trademarks of QMS, Inc. PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated for a page description language and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. Throughout this manual, PostScript Level 2 is used to refer to a set of capabilities defined by Adobe Systems for its PostScript Level 2 page description language. These capabilities, among others, are implemented in this product through a QMS-developed emulation that is compatible with Adobe's PostScript Level 2 language. Adobe, Acrobat, the Acrobat logo/Adobe Systems Incorporated. 3Com, 3+Open/3Com Corporation. Aldus, Aldus PageMaker, Aldus FreeHand/Aldus Corporation. Apple, AppleTalk, EtherTalk, LaserWriter, LocalTalk, Macintosh, TrueType/Apple Computer, Inc. VINES/Banyan. Centronics/Centronics. Color Solutions, ColorBlind/Color Solutions. LaserMprints/ Cond Systems. DEC, DECnet, LN03, LN03 Plus, VMS/Digital Equipment Corporation. PhoneNET/ Farallon Computing, Inc. ColorCopyCover/Hammermill. CompuServe/H&R Block. Hewlett-Packard, HP, PCL, HP-GL, LaserJet/Hewlett-Packard Co. IBM, OS/2, Token-Ring/International Business Machines Corporation. Intel/Intel Corporation. Iomega, Jaz, Zip/Iomega. Microsoft, MS-DOS/Microsoft Corporation. NEC, V R4300/NEC. Novell and NetWare/Novell, Inc. QuarkXPress/Quark, Inc. TOPS/Sun Microsystems, Inc. UNIX/UNIX Systems Laboratories. 3M/3M. SIMM/Wang Laboratories. Spectratech/Warren. Cover/ Card/Weyerhaeuser. Ethernet/Xerox. PANTONE Colors generated by the QMS magicolor 2+ are four-color process simulations and may not match PANTONE-identified solid color standards. Use current PANTONE Color Reference Manuals for accurate color. PANTONE Color simulations are only obtainable on this product when driven by qualified Pantone-licensed software packages. Contact Pantone, Inc. for a current list of qualified licensees. PANTONE and other Pantone, Inc. trademarks are the proper ty of Pantone, Inc. Pantone, Inc., 1998.
The digitally encoded software included with your QMS magicolor 2+ Print System is Copyrighted 1999 by QMS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This software may not be reproduced, modified, displayed, transferred, or copied in any form or in any manner or on any media, in whole or in part, without the express written permission of QMS, Inc.
This manual is Copyrighted 1999 by QMS, Inc., One Magnum Pass, Mobile, AL 36618. All Rights Reserved. This manual may not be copied in whole or in par t, nor transferred to any other media or language, without the express written permission of QMS, Inc.
Introduction.... 1-2 About This Manual... 1-2
Typographic Conventions 1-3

Options.... 1-4

Introduction.... 2-2 Antistatic Protection.... 2-2 Single In-Line Memory Modules... 2-2
Installation Procedure 2-3
Updating System Software.... 2-8
ProcedurePC UsersNetwork 2-9
ProcedurePC UsersParallel 2-13 ProcedureMacintosh Users 2-14
Introduction....3-2 Antistatic Protection....3-2 Network and LocalTalk Interfaces...3-3
What's in an Interface Kit? 3-3 Installation Procedure 3-4 Using a Network Interface 3-6 Using a LocalTalk Interface 3-6

SCSI Interface...3-7

What's in a SCSI Interface Kit? 3-7 Installation Procedure 3-8 Using a SCSI Interface 3-10
Time-of-Day Clock....3-10
What's in the Kit? 3-10 Installation Procedure 3-11

Introduction....4-2

Antistatic Protection 4-2

Emulations....4-3

Downloading an Emulation 4-3 Using an Optional Emulation 4-5
QMS ImageServer....4-5 Disk Fonts....4-6
Downloading Disk Fonts 4-6
CID Fonts....4-8 Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk...4-8
What's in the Kit? 4-9 Hardware Requirements 4-9 Software Requirements 4-9 Installing a Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk 4-10 Configuring the Printer for Kanji 4-10

Caution: Do not download system software to an entire group of printers unless every printer in the group is the same model and supports the new software version. If you overwrite a printers system software with the wrong type of system software, that printer will not be functional. In the main CrownAdmin window, select the printer, group, or set you want to download to. Read the instructions in your printer documentation for downloading print system software from a PS file. When the instructions say to send the system software to the printer, choose Print File from the File menu in the main CrownAdmin window. In the Print File Dialog Box, use the Browse button to locate and select the system PS file, then choose Open. In the Print File Dialog Box, choose the Print button.
First, you need to make sure that the printer is up on the network. Before following the instructions below, ensure that your printer is powered on (previous troubleshooting steps may have had you power the printer off). If you have a PC: Go to Start/Programs/MS-DOS Prompt (Start/Programs/Command Prompt for NT). In the DOS window, type: ping ipaddress (for example, ping 161.33.128.5)
If everything is working correctly, you will see output such as:
If it doesn't detect the printer on the network, which is usually an incorrect IP address or bad cabling, you will see the following:

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If you have the IP scheme set incorrectly on your PC, then you will get the following:
If you are running a UNIX box: a b Open a window on your UNIX box. In the window, type: ping ipaddress (for example, ping 161.33.131.62)
Now that you know it is up on the network, you need to ftp and put the system code to the printer. We assume that you have a system file, for example system.ps on your hard drive, and that you are in the directory where this file resides. We also assume the printer is in an idle state. 1 On a Windows machine, get to a DOS prompt. On a UNIX machine, open a new window and type: ftp ipaddress 2 (for example, ftp 161.33.128.5)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter for both. An ftp> prompt displays.
Note: If a message displays denoting invalid password, contact your system administrator. Otherwise, continue.
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing bin

The following options mount on your printers controller board: Network interfaces (CrownNet Ethernet, CrownNet Token-Ring, and Crown for DECnet-TCP/IP) LocalTalk interface SCSI interface Time-of-day clock
Caution: Its very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while performing any task involving the controller board.
If an antistatic wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground (for example, the bare metal chassis of equipment, as on the back of a computer, that is plugged in but turned off). Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isnt an acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform this task. If you dont have an antistatic wrist strap, discharge your bodys static electric charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or components and before removing the controller board. Also avoid walking around after grounding yourself.

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Your printer supports the following interface cards: CrownNet Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX (TCP/IP NetWare, Ethertalk, LAN , Manager/LAN Server) for an additional CrownNet Ethernet connection CrownNet Token-Ring (TCP/IP, NetWare, LAN Manager/LAN Server) QMS Crown for DECnet-TCP/IP LocalTalk
You can install one of these interface cards in addition to the three standard interfacesparallel, serial, and CrownNet Ethernet (TCP/IP NetWare, Ethertalk, LAN , Manager/LAN Server). The printers Simultaneous Interface Operation (SIO) allows all of these interfaces to be active at the same time. In other words, your printer can simultaneously communicate through all four ports with four hosts, either computers or networks.
An optional interface kit includes the following: An interface card Interface documentation (in hardcopy and/or on CD-ROM) Note: If you ordered a LocalTalk interface, all of the documentation you need is included in the Operation manual and this manual. The kit may also include additional parts not required for network interface installation on this printer.

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Caution: Its very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the antistatic caution in Antistatic Protection on page 3-2. In addition, always handle circuit boards by the edges only. 1 Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface cables from the printer. Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the instructions are the same for all models. 2 Loosen two screws (one on each end of the interface panel) and, using the tab on the lower side of the panel, pull the controller board from the printer.

Remove the two screws holding the metal plate over the optional interface opening. The optional interface opening is labelled Option. Its located next to the Parallel port. Save the two screws. (Youll use them when you install the optional interface card.) You can discard the plate.
Attach the interface card to the controller board. a Position the interface card so that its I/O connector slides into its opening in the interface panel and that its 80-pin connector aligns with the 80-pin connector on the controller board. Gently press the interface card down until its connector is fully seated and the card is secured by the plastic support post(s). Caution: Make sure that the connectors on the interface card and controller board are properly aligned. Damage to the interface card and/or controller board could result if the pins are misaligned.
Secure the interface card to the interface panel with the two screws you removed earlier. Reinstall the controller board. Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it is fully seated, and then tighten the two screws.
Reconnect all interface cables. Reconnect the power cord, and turn on the printer. Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, The appliance inlet is considered to be the main disconnect device. Print a startup page. Check that the startup page lists the interface (Optional NIC) just installed under Options.
Once a network interface is installed, refer to the following for more information: For a CrownNet interface, refer to the Connecting Your QMS Print System for information on connecting to the network, installing the software, and configuring the interface and the network. In addition, chapter 2, Printer Configuration, of QMS CrownNet Interface System Administrators Guide, provides complete configuration information. For a DECnet-TCP/IP interface, refer to the QMS DECnet-TCP/IP Setup Guide and the TCP/IP Protocol Option Users Guide. Your application and network documentation contain information on printing over the network.
Once a LocalTalk interface is installed, refer to the following for more information: For configuration information, refer to chapter 4, Printer Configuration, in the Reference manual. Your application and Macintosh documentation contain information on printing via LocalTalk.
The optional SCSI interface allows you to connect up to three optional SCSI devices, including hard disks, and Jaz and Zip drives. These devices provide storage for fonts, emulations, and other files; increase the number of pages that can be collated; and provide a secondary storage area for spooled data, while providing virtual memory capabilities.

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An optional SCSI interface kit includes the following: SCSI interface card SCSI interface card ribbon cable Connector face plate Two larger screws Two smaller screws
Remove the two screws holding the metal plate over the SCSI interface opening. The SCSI interface opening is labelled SCSI. Its located next to the Serial and Key ports. You can discard the metal plate and screws.
Attach the ribbon cable to its connector on the SCSI interface card.
Attach the SCSI interface card to the controller board. a b Position the SCSI interface card so that its ribbon cable connector aligns with the SCSI connector on the controller board. Gently press the ribbon cable connector down until its fully seated. Caution: Make sure that the connectors on the ribbon cable and the controller board are properly aligned. Damage to the controller board could result if the pins are misaligned.

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Insert the SCSI interface card connector into its opening in the interface panel. Secure the SCSI interface card to the interface panel with the two larger screws in the kit.
Reinstall the controller board. Gently slide the controller board into the printer until its fully seated, and then tighten the two screws.
Reconnect all interface cables. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer. Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, The appliance inlet is considered to be the main disconnect device. Print a startup page. Check that the startup page lists the interface (SCSI) just installed under Options.
Note: Installing the SCSI interface kit alone will not allow you to print via SCSI. See chapter 5, Storage Devices for further information about attaching Jaz or Zip drives.
The time-of-day clock provides time and date information on the startup page and in the accounting data.
The optional time-of-day clock kit includes only the following: Time-of-day clock
Caution: Its very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the antistatic caution in Antistatic Protection on page 3-2. In addition, always handle circuit boards by the edges only. 1 Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface cables from the printer. Loosen two screws (one on each end of the interface panel) and, using the tab on the lower side of the panel, pull the controller board from the printer. Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the instructions are the same for all models. 3 Attach the time-of-day clock to the controller board. WARNING: Because the time-of-day clock includes an internal battery, there is a danger of explosion if the clock is incorrectly installed or replaced. Replace it only with a supported QMS time-of-day clock. Dispose of any used time-of-day clock in accordance with local laws and regulations. ACHTUNG! Da der Uhrenbaustein eine interne Batterie enthlt, besteht Explosionsgefahr, falls dieser falsch eingesetzt oder ersetzt wird. Er darf nur durch einen untersttzten Baustein ersetzt werden. Bitte entsorgen Sie den Baustein gem den geltenden Entsorgungsbestimmungen. AVERTISSEMENT! D au fait que lhorloge interne de limprimante est munie dune batterie interne, il y a un risque dexplosion si celle-ci est mal installe ou remplace. La remplacer seulement avec une horloge supporte par QMS. Se dpartir de toute horloge interne dfectueuse en respectant les lois et rglementations en vigueur.

Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX workstation) must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/IP and have valid IP addresses. 3 If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS. Insert the emulation disk in your PCs 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for example, if youre using the A drive, type a:). If you want to download the emulation from a UNIX workstation, copy the installation file from the emulation disk to a temporary directory on your UNIX workstation. Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window. Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one of the following commands: ftp printername ftp ipaddress 6 (for example, ftp pctdev6) (for example, ftp 161.33.130.45)
At the ftp> prompt, send the emulation file to the printers hard disk by typing put filename.ps where filename is the name of the installation file. The printers message window reads 1 Active Job to indicate that the emulation is being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the emulation has finished loading.
At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing quit
10 When the Disk light stops flashing and the printers message window reads Idle for at least 30 seconds, turn the printer off and then on again. 11 When the printers message window reads Idle again, the emulation is ready to use. The emulation should be listed in the Options section of the printers startup page, in the Administration/Emulation printers configuration menu, and on the advanced status page. Note: You may want to erase any installation files left on your computer (and/or workstation), and then remove any temporary directories.

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Use the Administration/Emulation menu to set the parameters for the available printer emulations. Optional emulations appear only if installed. Refer to the documentation that came with your emulation for configuration and usage instructions. Note: To choose an emulation for a particular interface, use the appropriate interface menu in the Administration/Communications menu.
The QMS ImageServer option includes products that raise image printing performance and enhance print functionality to a level comparable to that of the document imaging system as a whole. Typically, print performance in a non-ImageServer environment is realtively slow due to the nature of raster file formats and the lack of attention given to print system enabling within the imaging system. ImageServer option products specifically address these limitations and adapt QMS printer products to the document imaging system. Optional emulations such as the QMS ImageServer are available as PostScript files on floppy disks for your computer. When an emulation has been downloaded for the printers hard disk and the printer has been rebooted, the emulation will show up on the printer status page and the con'(

figuration menu. For complete information about the emulations configuration options for CALS and TIFF, refer to the documentation that comes with the ImageServer option.
Optional fonts are available as PostScript files on floppy disks. This section describes how to download optional fonts from a floppy disk to the printers hard disk. Note: At least one hard disk (internal or external) must be present on your printer before you can download a font. If more than one hard disk is available, the font automatically installs itself on the disk with the most free storage space.
We recommend that you use CrownAdmin to download fonts. Refer to the CrownAdmin online help for instructions.
This procedure contains the instructions for downloading the fonts from a floppy disk onto your printers hard disk. Connect the PC to the printers parallel or serial port. Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window. Insert the font disk in your PCs 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for example, if youre using the A drive, type a:). Send the fonts to the printers hard disk. If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port, type copy /b *.ps lpt# where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
If your PC and printer are connected through the serial port, type copy /b *.ps com# where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
When the downloading is complete, reboot the printer.
Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX workstation) must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/IP and have valid IP addresses. 3 If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS. Insert the fonts disk in your PCs 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for example, if youre using the A drive, type a:). If you want to download the fonts from a UNIX workstation, copy the installation file from the fonts disk to a temporary directory on your UNIX workstation. Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window. Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one of the following commands: ftp printername ftp ipaddress 6 (for example, ftp pctdev6) (for example, ftp 161.33.130.45)
At the ftp> prompt, send the fonts file to the printers hard disk by typing put filename.ps where filename is the name of the installation file. The printers message window reads 1 Active Job to indicate that the fonts are being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the fonts have finished loading.

10 When the Disk light stops flashing and the printers message window reads Idle for at least 30 seconds, turn the printer off and then on again. 11 When the printers message window reads Idle again, the fonts are ready to use. The fonts should be listed in the Options section of the printers startup page, in the Administration/PCL 5E printers configuration menu, and on the advanced status page. Note: You may want to erase any installation files left on your computer (and/or workstation), and then remove any temporary directories.
CID fonts are supported on the magicolor 2+. CID fonts are a format of composite (multibyte) Type 1 fonts that address the requirements of Far East markets. CID-keyed refers to the character identifier (CID) numbers that are used to index and access the characters in the font. A CID font consists of a large font file that contains all the character outlines and a small CMap file that contains a list of characters, encodings, and character identifiers. Each CID font can support many character set and encoding combinations.
The preformatted QMS Kanji font internal IDE hard disk contains Kanji fonts and other files. These fonts can be printed at a variety of point sizes and in different styles and resolutions. After the Kanji hard disk is installed in your QMS magicolor 2+, the Kanji fonts are available for use just as if they were resident in the printer.

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Internal hard disk preformatted with the following Kanji fonts: FutoGoB101-Bold FutoMinA101-Bold Jun101-Light MidashiGo-MB31 MidashiMin-MA 31
IDE hard disk with ribbon cable attached IDE hard disk bracket 3 screws
For assistance or information, call your local vendor. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for locations and telephone numbers.

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A Macintosh, IBM PC, or compatible computer

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An application (such as a word processing or desktop publishing package) that supports the PostScript printing. If youre using a Macintosh, the following Macintosh system software: KanjiTalk, version J1-6.0.7 or later System File, version J1-6.0.7 or later Laser Prep, version J1-6.0.1 or later LaserWriter, version J1-6.0.2 or later Print Monitor, version J1-1.3 or later MultiFinder, version J1-6.1.7 or later Macintosh OS 8.xJ
If youre using a PC, the following system software: If youre using Windows, version 3.1J or later If youre using DOS, version 5.0J or later

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Caution: The Kanji fonts are factory installed on a formatted hard disk drive. DO NOT reformat or initialize the QMS Kanji internal hard disk. Reformatting erases all data, fonts, and files on the disk. Your warranty does not cover this error. The Kanji font internal IDE hard disk is installed on the controller board in the same way any internal hard disk is installed. See chapter 5, Storage Devices, for detailed steps on installing an internal hard disk. Caution: If you already have a hard disk, you need to retrieve the fonts and forms and system code and place them on a new hard disk. If you already have an internal hard disk installed, you must remove it before you can install the Kanji disk.
See chapter 5, Storage Devices, for information on how to configure your printers memory when using an internal hard disk.
The QMS QFORM option allows you to use existing lineprinter and forms printing applications on your QMS magicolor 2+ Print System. This printer resident application gives you the ability to store PostScript forms on the printers hard disk and fill those forms with your applications ASCII print stream. Features include Definition of page formatting and fonts Duplexing with binding-margin offsets Two-sided forms with text fill-in on front and/or back
Greenbar listing formats Automatic page numbering ANSI carriage-control recognition Single- and multipart forms Labels and multipart forms Logos and watermarks
Note: QMS QFORM doesnt support color features. Refer to the documentation that comes in the QFORM kit for installation and usage instructions.
Introduction on page 5-2 Antistatic Protection on page 5-2 Identifying Storage Devices on page 5-2 Internal Hard Disks on page 5-3 External Storage Devices on page 5-7 Formatting a Storage Device on page 5-8 Configuring a Storage Device on page 5-9 Backing Up Data to a Jaz or Zip Drive on page 5-10 Restoring Data from a Jaz or Zip Drive on page 5-12
Hard disks, Jaz drives, and Zip drives provide storage for character bitmaps, downloaded outline fonts, and other files. Hard disks also provide virtual memory. This chapter provides information on installing and using internal and external hard disks as well as Iomega Jaz and Zip drives.
Hard disks, Jaz drives, and Zip drives are identified by their device numbers. If the printer has an internal hard disk, it has a device number of DSK7. If optional external hard disks and/or drives are attached, their device numbers can be DSK0DSK4 or DSK6. Device numbers of external hard disks and drives can be set by the installer.

Unplug the ribbon cable connector from its mating connector on the controller board. Caution: Dont push or pull with the ribbon cable. Use the cable connector.
Attach the IDE hard disk to the hard disk bracket. Attach the IDE hard disk to the bracket with the grooved-end of the bracket facing the ribbon cable. The screw holes in the bottom of the hard disk should match up with the holes on the hard disk bracket. Fasten the hard disk to the bracket with the screws provided.
Position the hard disk so that the four support posts face the controller board, the colored stripe on the ribbon cable faces away from you, and the connector is down. Insert ribbon cable connector pin 1 (the colored stripe side of the cable) in hard disk connector pin 1. Caution: Make sure that the ribbon cable connector and the controller board connector pins are properly aligned. Damage to the controller board could result if the pins are misaligned.
Press down gently but firmly on the cable connector until it is fully seated. Caution: Do not push or pull with the ribbon cable. Use the cable connector. Align the support posts with the holes on the controller board, and then press down to secure the hard disk to the controller board. So that you dont stress the board, press one corner at a time to secure the hard disk to the controller board.
10 Reconnect all interface cables. 11 Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer. Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, The appliance inlet is considered to be the main disconnect device. 12 Print a startup page. Check that the startup page indicates the presence of the hard disk.
Note: You must have an optional SCSI interface board installed before you can attach an external SCSI hard disk, Jaz drive, or Zip drive. Refer to the installation instructions in chapter 3, Interfaces and Daughterboards.
For information on attaching an external SCSI hard disk, an Iomega Jaz drive, or an Iomega Zip drive, see the documentation that comes with the device. See FAQ 7181 for a list of each QMS-approved hard disk, its manufacturers and part numbers, and the QMS products on which it can be used. You can access QMS FAQs through the Internet at http://www.qms.com/support, then click on FAQs (see appendix A, QMS Customer Support). Note: FAQ numbers may be subject to change, so you may want to obtain a directory of FAQs before requesting a specific document.

Make sure that the hole in each metal bracket is lined up with the corresponding hole on the input feeder. Use the thumbscrews to attach the two brackets to the lower input feeder.
Remove the lower input feeder cover plate. You will switch this cover plate with the one from the printer after the cables have been connected.
Locate the cable at the left rear of the input feeder, and connect it to the printer.
Reinsert the two cover plates. Put the one originally on the printer on the input feeder, and put the one originally on the input feeder on the printer.
10 Snap the plastic side covers onto the appropriate sides of the input feeder. The input feeder is now installed. 11 For best output quality and longest consumables life, install the printer on a hard, flat, level (within 1.5) surface capable of supporting about 126 lbs (57.1 kg). A surface can be tested for levelness with a standard round pencil. If the pencil rolls, the surface is not level. Note: If you move the printer with the lower input feeder attached, lift the unit by the four bottom corners of the feeder, not by the feeder's cassette slot and not by the printer itself. 12 Plug the printer in and turn it on. Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, The appliance inlet is considered to be the main disconnect device.
A security key is available to password-protect the Operator Control and the Administration menus. When the security key is installed, the Installation menu appears in the printers configuration menu.
A security key (9-pin connector labeled Security)
1 Insert the security key into the Key port on the interface panel. Caution: Even though both the security key and serial interface have a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they cant be interchanged. Make sure that you install the security key only in the port marked Key.
Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the instructions are the same for all models. Press the Online key to take the printer off line.
Press the Menu key. Access the Installation/Operator Passwrd or Administration/Admin Password menu. You can use the Installation menu to password-protect just the Operator Control menu, just the Administration menu, or both.

BuzzBox is a printer accessory that warns you with a buzzer and/or a blinking light any time the printer goes off line. This means youre alerted to print job interruptions, such as empty media cassettes.
The BuzzBox kit contains the following items: BuzzBox unit BuzzBox Interface Box RJ-11 cable Power adaptor Adhesive-backed clips
For further assistance or information, call your local vendor. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for locations and telephone numbers.
1//If you have a cable attached to the printers parallel port, unplug it from the printer. Attach one end of the RJ-11 parallel cable on the Interface Box to the printers parallel port. Note: The BuzzBoxs ribbon cable is designed to be directly attached to the printers parallel port, not to an adapter or an additional cable. !

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Note: The illustration shows the printer with the duplexer. However, the instructions are the same for all models.
Use the RJ-11 cable to connect BuzzBox to the Interface Box. Choose a good location on the printer to mount the BuzzBox unit. Ensure that the unit does not interfere with paper exiting the printer. cover any vents, doors, connectors, or labels. cause the BuzzBox ribbon cable to stretch or twist.
Use the adhesive-backed clips provided to mount the BuzzBox unit where the printer operator can see and/or hear it. Weve provided a 14-foot (4.2m) cable (and some adhesive-backed clips for securing it), but you can use up to a 500-foot cable (RJ11 4-pin or 6-pin).
Connect the Interface Box to an electrical outlet. A 110/220-volt adaptor is provided in the US and a universal power supply is provided outside the US.
If you unplugged a parallel cable from the printer in step 1, attach the cable to the parallel port on the Interface Box. To test the BuzzBox, make sure its switches are on, then press the printers Online key to take the printer off line. Note: You can use the BuzzBox switches to enable or disable the buzzer, the light, or both. When the printer goes off line, the light flashes and the buzzer sounds until the printer is placed back on line or until the light and buzzer switches are turned off.
1//1 When the BuzzBox lights or buzzes, check the printer message window to find out what has interrupted printing. See chapter 9, Troubleshooting, in the Operation manual for a list of printer messages and how to respond to them. Remember that pressing the Online key to enter the printer configuration menu turns on the BuzzBox.

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QMS magicolor 2 Print System Options

1800483-001B

Trademarks
The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Other product names mentioned in this manual may also be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Registered trademarks are registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office; some trademarks may also be registered in other countries. QMS, Crown, CrownAdmin, CrownCopy, CrownNet, magicolor, the QMS logo, and the Crown seal are registered trademarks of QMS, Inc., and CrownView, ImageServer, Multi-Res, PS Executive Series, Q COLOR , and QFORM are trademarks of QMS, Inc. PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated for a page description language and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. Throughout this manual, PostScript Level 2 is used to refer to a set of capabilities defined by Adobe Systems for its PostScript Level 2 page description language. These capabilities, among others, are implemented in this product through a QMS-developed emulation that is compatible with Adobe's PostScript Level 2 language. Adobe, Acrobat, the Acrobat logo/Adobe Systems Incorporated. 3Com, 3+Open/3Com Corporation. Aldus, Aldus PageMaker, Aldus FreeHand/Aldus Corporation. Apple, AppleTalk, EtherTalk, LaserWriter, LocalTalk, Macintosh, TrueType/Apple Computer, Inc. VINES/Banyan. Centronics/Centronics. Color Solutions, ColorBlind/Color Solutions. DEC, DECnet, LN03, LN03 Plus, VMS/Digital Equipment Corporation. PhoneNET/Farallon Computing, Inc. CompuServe /H & R Block. Hewlett-Packard, HP, PCL, HP-GL, LaserJet/HewlettPackard Co. IBM, OS/2, Token-Ring/International Business Machines Corporation. Intel/Intel Corporation. Iomega, Jaz, Zip/Iomega. Microsoft, MS-DOS/Microsoft Corporation. NEC, V R4300/NEC. Novell and NetWare/Novell, Inc. Pantone, PANTONE/ Pantone. PANTONE is Pantone, Inc.s check-standard trademark for color reproduction and color reproduction materials. QuarkXPress/Quark, Inc. TOPS/Sun Microsystems, Inc. UNIX/UNIX Systems Laboratories. SIMM/Wang Laboratories. Ethernet/Xerox. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Proprietary Statement

The digitally encoded software included with your QMS magicolor 2 Print System is Copyrighted 1998 by QMS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This software may not be reproduced, modified, displayed, transferred, or copied in any form or in any manner or on any media, in whole or in part, without the express written permission of QMS, Inc.

Copyright Notice

This manual is Copyrighted 1998 by QMS, Inc., One Magnum Pass, Mobile, AL 36618. All Rights Reserved. This manual may not be copied in whole or in part, nor transferred to any other media or language, without the express written permission of QMS, Inc.

Contents

1 Introduction
Introduction....1-2 About This Manual...1-2
Typographic Conventions 1-4
2 Memory and System Software
Introduction....2-2 Anti-Static Protection...2-2 Single In-Line Memory Modules..2-3
Installation Procedure 2-3
Updating System Software...2-8
Minimum Requirements 2-8 ProcedurePC UsersParallel and Serial ProcedureMacintosh Users 2-12 System Download Error Pages 2-14

7 CrownCopy

Introduction.... 7-2
Print System Requirements What's in the Kit 7-2 7-2
Installation... 7-3 Flatbed Scanning... 7-6 ADF Scanning... 7-7
Memory Configuration 7-7 Procedure 7-8
Menu Configuration.. 7-11
The Copier Menu 7-11 Copy Quality Decisions 7-12 Making Changes to the Copier Menu 7-12 Menu Settings 7-13

Troubleshooting...7-18

Error Messages 7-18 Other Problems 7-19

A QMS Customer Support

Sources of Support... A-2
Your QMS Vendor A-2 Your Application Vendor A-2 Q-FAX A-2 CompuServe A-3 Internet A-3 QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-4
QMS World-wide Offices.. A-5

B Configuration Menu

Introduction... B-2 Menu Chart Conventions.. B-2 Administration Menu... B-3
Administration/Communications/Network2/CrownNet Menu B-4
Installation Menu... B-9 Operator Control Menu... B-10

Introduction

In This Chapter.
n n Introduction on page 1-2 About This Manual on page 1-2
This manual provides detailed instructions for installing your QMS magicolor 2 Print System options. Use this guide in conjunction with your other printer documentation.

About This Manual

This manual contains printer configuration and reference information. It is divided into the following sections:
Introduction Memory and System Software Interfaces and Daughterboards
Provides an overview of the manual. Describes how to install printer memory (SIMMs) and update the system software. Describes how to install network (CrownNet Token-Ring, CrownNet Ethernet and DECnet) and LocalTalk interfaces, a SCSI interface, and a time-of-day clock.
Emulations, Fonts, Describes how to download fonts and emulations and how to install a and Other Software Kanji external hard disk and SIMM. Storage Devices Hardware Options CrownCopy
Describes how to install and configure hard disks.
Describes how to install a lower input feeder, a security key, and a BuzzBox Lite warning buzzer.
Describes how to install, setup, and use a CrownCopy scanner. QMS magicolor 2 Options

QMS Customer Support

Provides world-wide product sales and support telephone numbers and describes how to communicate with QMS through CompuServe, the Internet, and Q-FAX. configuration menu.

Attach the SCSI interface card to the controller board. a Position the SCSI interface card so that its ribbon cable connector aligns with the SCSI connector on the controller board. Gently press the ribbon cable connector down until its fully seated.
Caution: Make sure that the connectors on the ribbon cable and the controller board are properly aligned. Damage to the controller board could result if the pins are misaligned.
c d 6 Insert the SCSI interface card connector into its opening in the interface panel. Secure the SCSI interface card to the interface panel with the two larger screws in the kit.
Reinstall the controller board. Gently slide the controller board into the printer until its fully seated, and then tighten the two screws.
Reconnect all interface cables. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer. Print a start-up page. Check that the start-up page lists the interface just installed under Options.

Time-of-Day Clock

The time-of-day clock provides time and date information on the startup page and in the accounting data.

What's in the Kit?

The optional time-of-day clock kit includes only the following: n Time-of-day clock
s Caution: It's very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the anti-static caution in Anti-Static Protection on page 3-2. In addition, always handle circuit boards by the edges only. 1 Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface cables from the printer. Loosen two screws (one on each end of the interface panel) and, using the tab on the lower side of the panel, pull the controller board from the printer.
Attach the time-of-day clock to the controller board. WARNING: Because the time-of-day clock includes an internal battery, there is a danger of explosion if the clock is incorrectly installed or replaced. Replace it only with a similar QMS time-ofday clock. Dispose of any used time-of-day clock in accordance with local laws and regulations. ACHTUNG! Da der Uhrenbaustein eine interne Batterie enthlt, besteht Explosionsgefahr, falls dieser falsch eingesetzt oder ersetzt wird. Er darf nur durch einen Baustein gleichen Typs ersetzt werden. Bitte entsorgen Sie den Baustein gem den geltenden Entsorgungsbestimmungen. AVERTISSEMENT! D au fait que lhorloge interne de limprimante est munie dune batterie interne, il y a un risque dexplosion si celle-ci est mal installe ou remplace. La remplacer seulement avec une horloge similaire lhorloge interne QMS. Se dpartir de toute horloge interne dfectueuse en respectant les lois et rglementations en vigueur.

Downloading an Emulation

Via a Serial or Parallel Interface
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window. Insert the emulation disk in your PCs 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for example, if youre using the A drive, type a:). Send the emulation to the printers hard disk. n If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port, type copy /b *.ps lpt# where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.) n If your PC and printer are connected through the serial port, type copy /b *.ps com# where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
When downloading is complete, reboot the printer. The emulation should be listed in the Options section of the printers start-up page, in the Administration/Emulation printers configuration menu, and on the advanced status page.
Via an Ethernet Interface
Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX workstation) must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/IP and have valid IP addresses. If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS. Insert the emulation disk in your PCs 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for example, if youre using the A drive, type a:). If you want to download the emulation from a UNIX workstation, copy the installation file from your PC to a temporary directory on your workstation. Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window. Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one of the following commands: ftp printername ftp ipaddress 6 (for example, ftp pctdev6) (for example, ftp 161.33.130.45)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter. An ftp> prompt displays.
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing bin
At the ftp> prompt, send the emulation file to the printers hard disk by typing put filename.ps where filename is the name of the installation file. The printers message window reads 1 Active Job, and the Disk light flashes to indicate that the emulation is being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the emulation has finished loading.
At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing quit

After you install the font SIMM and configure the printer, youre ready to access the fonts. Most applications handle font selection for you. To access the fonts through your application, you must use an application containing a compatible driver (for example, ProCollection uses an HP driver). The driver lists each font by name or refers to the fonts as a group.
Using Your PCL Application
Use your PCL application to set the font for a single document. See your application documentation for information.

Kanji Font SIMM

Using the Printer Configuration Menu
Use the printer configuration menu to set the default font for all PCL documents. Note: Before beginning this procedure, you must have a PCL 5 font list from the advanced status page you printed earlier in this section. Access the Administation/PCL5/Default Font menu. Choose the Select by Index option. Access the Administration/PCL5/Default Font Idx menu. Identify the appropriate font selection index. The font selection indexes are listed in the PCL 5 font list on the advanced status page. 5 Save your changes and put the printer back on line.
The QMS Kanji SIMM Kit contains a Kanji SIMM with Kanji fonts and other files. Once the SIMM is installed, the Kanji fonts are available for use just as if they were resident in the printer. They can be printed in a variety of point sizes, styles, and resolutions.
Your Kanji font SIMM kit contains the following items: n n One anti-static wristband One Kanji SIMM with the following 2 Kanji fonts.
This font. Gothic BBB-Medium Ryumin Light-KL Is licensed to QMS by. Morisawa and Company, Ltd.
If anything is missing, call your QMS vendor. See appendix A, QMS Customer Support, for locations and telephone numbers. 4-10 QMS magicolor 2 Options

Hardware Requirements

To use a QMS Kanji font SIMM you need n A Macintosh, IBM PC, or compatible computer

Software Requirements

To use a QMS Kanji font SIMM you need n An application (such as a word processing or desktop publishing package) that supports both the Kanji fonts and PostScript printing. If youre using a Macintosh, the following Macintosh system software: n KanjiTalk, version J1-6.0.7 or later System File, version J1-6.0.7 or later Laser Prep, version J1-6.0.1 or later LaserWriter, version J1-6.0.2 or later Print Monitor, version J1-1.3 or later MultiFinder, version J1-6.1.7 or later
If youre using a PC, the following system software: If youre using Windows, version 3.1J or later If youre using DOS, version 5.0J or later

Installing a Kanji Font SIMM
s Caution: It's very important to protect the printer controller board and SIMM from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the anti-static caution in Anti-Static Protection on page 4-2. In addition, always handle circuit boards by the edges only.
Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface cables from the printer. Loosen two screws (one on each end of the interface panel) and, using the tab on the lower side of the panel, pull the controller board from the printer. Position the controller board on a flat surface so the controller board lies flat and the interface panel is facing you. Remove the font SIMM from the anti-static bag. Insert the font SIMM into the font SIMM connector. Hold the SIMM at a 45 angle to the controller board, with the notch on the right side and the bottom edge in the connector.
Caution: If you cant snap the SIMM into place, dont force it. Reposition it, making sure that the bottom of the SIMM is seated completely in the connector. 7 Reinstall the controller board into the printer. Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it is fully seated. Tighten the two screws. Reconnect all interface cables. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer. Check that the start-up page indicates the font SIMM just installed under Options. Its identified as %cartridge2%. 10 Ensure that the Administration/Memory/Disk Cache memory client is set to at least 20 KB.
Caution: You may need to decrease one of the other memory clients before increasing the Disk Cache client. However, you should do this only if youre familiar with adjusting memory settings. (Refer to chapter 4, Printer Configuration, in the Reference manual.) Incorrect use of this option could cause your system to operate incorrectly.
Accessing the Kanji Fonts
After you install the Kanji font SIMM and configure the printer, youre ready to access the Kanji fonts. Use this information for accessing the Kanji fonts on the Kanji font SIMM and on the Kanji internal IDE hard disk.

Macintosh

If youre using a Macintosh, you need to install the bitmapped screen fonts and the Kanji APD and PPD files. The bitmapped screen fonts display an image of how a printed typeface looks, and they also provide metric information used by the application to determine which outline font to use when formatting text. Installing the Screen Fonts Install the bitmapped screen fonts from the floppy disk to your Macintosh as follows. Note: Make sure that the bitmapped screen fonts are copied only to the KanjiTalk System Folder. If bitmapped fonts are installed in another folder, they will not appear in your application. Insert the bitmapped screen fonts disk into the Macintosh computers disk drive. If youre using System 6, install the fonts using normal Macintosh procedures for Font/DA Mover. If youre using System 7, select the fonts from the floppy disk and drag the fonts to the Fonts folder in the System folder. 3 Restart your Macintosh.

If youre connecting the scanner and one or more external SCSI devices to the printer, use the following procedure: a b Plug the daisy chain connector into the scanner. Attach one end of the SCSI cable to the daisy chain connector and the other end of the cable to the SCSI port on the printer. Attach one end of another SCSI cable to the daisy chain connector. Attach the terminator to the last external SCSI device (for example, a hard disk drive) on the bus, and plug the other end of the SCSI cable into the terminator. QMS magicolor 2 with SCSI interface board SCSI cable Scanner Connector External SCSI device Terminator SCSI cable
Ensure that both the scanner and printer are turned off. Turn on the scanner, wait 5 seconds, and then turn on the printer. Caution: The scanner must be turned on first so the printer can recognize the scanners presence.
Insert the copy key into the Key port on the printer interface panel. You cant access the CrownCopy menu unless the copy key is inserted. The printer can be either on or off.
Caution: Even though both the copy key and serial interface have a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they cant be interchanged. Make sure that you install the copy key only in the port marked Key.
Your CrownCopy scanner is now ready to use. If necessary, access the printers Copier Menu to configure the scanner. For information on adjusting copy settings, see Menu Configuration on page 7-11.

Flatbed Scanning

Note: For optimum performance change the printer default resolution to 600 dpi by using the Administration/Engine/Default Resolution menu setting. s Caution: CrownCopy requires a minimum of 40 MB of RAM installed on the printer. 1 s Turn on the scanner, wait 5 seconds, and turn on the printer. Caution: The scanner must be turned on first so the printer can recognize the scanners presence. 2 Insert the copy key in the Key port on the printers interface panel. Caution: Even though both the copy key and serial interface have a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed, and they cant be interchanged. Make sure that you install the copy key only in the port marked Key. When the scanner is ready, place a document face down on the scanner glass. Make sure the printer is on line, and then press the Copy key on the printers control panel. The control panel message window displays COPIER MENU COPY 5 Use the Copier Menu/Copy Mode/Scan Size menu to set the scan size of the document. See Menu Settings on page 7-13 for details. 6 Press the Select key to display COPY READY TO COPY 7-6 QMS magicolor 2 Options

Move the paper feed guides on the ADF so that theyre approximately 0.25"/5 mm wider than the document. Place the document to be copied face down in the input paper chute, putting the ends of the bottom 2 or 3 sheets into the automatic feeder. Slide the stack forward until it rests against the ADF sensor. The sensor is a small plastic arm inside the ADF. The ADF can be loaded with up to 50 sheets of A4-, legal-, or letter-size paper.
Caution: Do not feed any of the following through the ADF: n n n n n n n n n
Paper with clips or staples Paper with wet ink Paper with folds, tears, notches, or curls Paper with an inconsistent thickness, such as envelopes Very thin paper Paper not square or rectangular in shape Paper smaller than A5 size or larger than A4 width Tracing, coating, carbonless, or photographic paper Items other than paper, such as transparencies, metal sheets, or cloth n Important documents that must not be damaged
Close the paper guides until they touch the sides of the paper stack. Note: Skewing may occur if a gap exists between the guides and the document. Make sure the printers Online light is on If the Online light is not on, press the Online key to put the printer on line. 9 Press the Copy key. In the printers message window you should see COPIER MENU COPY
10 Press the Select key, and you should see COPY READY TO COPY 11 Press the Select key again and the scanner should begin copying your document. s Caution: Do not press on or open the scanner cover during the copy process. 12 When the copying is complete, remove the document.

Menu Configuration

The Copier Menu
When the printer is on line, press the Copy key on the printers control panel once to enter the Copier Menu. Note: The Copy key must be inserted in the Key port on the printer interface panel before you can access the Copier menu.

Copier Menu

Number of Copies

Copy Mode

Select Mode

Origin

Custom Config

Scan Size

Scale Size%
Automatic Color Custom Color

X Offset

Scan Resolution

Horiz. (in x 100)

Y Offset

Vert. (in x 100)

Automatic Gray

Copy Quality Decisions

The quality of your copied image depends on several factors. You must consider these factors when judging the output quality of your copied image. The quality of the copy can be adjusted by settings on the CrownCopy menu. The factors involved in copy quality are n n n n n The print quality of the original The content of the originaltext, images, or both The size of the original The speed of your copy output The medium of the originalfor example, photographs, magazine, laser printer, or newspaper
After considering these factors, you may want to experiment with different settings to see which setting gives you the best quality output at the best speed. For example, if youre copying a newsletter with text and halftone photos or if youre copying a photograph to distribute around the office, use Custom Color. You may improve the quality by adjusting the Scan Resolution, but you might slow it down. You can increase speed slightly by using adjusting Scan Size to crop the image. Note: Copies of both color and monochrome originals from the ADF are subject to a gray background. Use the flatbed for cleaner copies.

Making Changes to the Copier Menu
To access the Copier Menu, press the Copy key once. Then use the Next or Previous key to scroll across the top-level menus (Copy, Number of Copies, and Copy Mode). To enter a lower-level menu or select a menu option, press the Select key. Use the Menu key to back out of the menu and return to IDLE after youve made your selections or after youve completed copying.
Note: When you press the Copy key, you gain access to the Copier menu. To return the printer to normal operation you can exit from this menu by pressing the Menu key, leaving the copier idle for 60 seconds, pressing the Online key, or going back to do number of copies. Error messages that normally occur (such as jams) will not appear on the display until you exit from the Copier menu. Copier menu changes stay in effect only for the next scan executed.

Menu Settings

s Caution: Each configuration change you make affects the quality of your printed output significantly. Therefore, we recommend changing only one setting at a time, printing a test print, and then determining if further configuration changes are necessary. See chapter 4, Printer Configuration, of the Reference manual for more information on using the configuration menu.
Menu Purpose Choices Copier Menu/Copy Make a copy. Copy When the printer is on line, press the Copy key to access the Copy menu. Notes The default scan resolution is 200 dpi. See Scan Resolution on page 7-17 for information on increasing scan resolution.
Menu Purpose Choices Copier Menu/Number of Copies Set the number of copies you want. 1 to 999 Each digit is set individually. Use the Select key to move the cursor to the digit you want to change, and then use the Next key to increase it or use the Previous key to decrease it. Once the number you want is set, press the Select key to save it. Default Notes 1 The number of copies is reset to 1 each time CrownCopy is used or whenever the Copy menu is exited. When youre printing multiple copies, subsequent copies are printed faster than the first copy.

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Configuration Menu

n n n n n Introduction on page B-2 Menu Chart Conventions on page B-2 Administration Menu on page B-3 Installation Menu on page B-9 Operator Control Menu on page B-10
Use this chapter as a quick reference for understanding and navigating the printers configuration menu. The following menu charts are provided: n n n Administration menu on page B-3 Installation menu on page B-9 Operator Control menu on page B-9
Note: The Copier Menu is displayed in chapter 7, CrownCopy.

Menu Chart Conventions

The following conventions are used in the menu charts: n Some menu choices are marked as optional or with a w/item, indicating that the selection appears in the menu only when the option is installed. These charts show only the top-level menus. See chapter 4, Printer Configuration, in the Reference manual for detailed information on menu options.

Administration Menu

Administration

Installation*

Timeouts Serial Parallel ESP Default PostScript PCL 5c HP-GL LinePrinter

Operator Control

Communications
Network 1* Network 2 (see page B-4)
CCITT* (w/ImageServer) CGM* LN03+* QUIC*

Special Pages

Print Status Registration Pg Header Page Trailer Page Do Start Page Do Sys Start Do Error Handler
Header Inputbin Trailer Inputbin Status Page Type Calibration Page

Startup Options

Memory
Quick Config Manual Config Image Alignment Default Paper Inputbin 1 Name Inputbin 5 Name Outputbin Name Item Replaced PM Service Def. Resolution Toner Low Act. Page Recovery Energy Saver Energy Saver Def. Resolution Toner Out Action Maintenance Density Start Period

Engine

Consumables

Miscellaneous

Save Defaults Restore Defaults Reboot System Format Disk Backup Hard Disk
New System Image Keypad Language Clock Operations* Restore Disk

Disk Operations

*Optional
Administration/Communications/Network2/ CrownNet Menu

Common Menu

Network1*

Network2

CrownNet

Emulation

Min K Spool

Def Job Prio

PS Protocol

Common

EtherTalk

LAN Manager

NetWare

TCP/IP

Spooling

HW Address

Config Page

Factory Reset

Soft Reset

Ring Speed

Source Routing Auto Single All Off

On On Input Idle On Idle

Address

No Yes

4 Mbps 16 Mbps

EtherTalk Menu

Protocol

Network Ident

Connection

Zone Name

Disabled Enabled
LaserWriter QMS RC Res HP Zoner Res
Conventional Spooling Both
Zone Part 1 Zone Part 2 Default

LAN Manager Menu

Printer Name

Default

Yes No

NetWare Menu

Config PServer

R/N Printer #1- 8

Frame Type
File Srv Name 1 File Srv Name 2 File Srv Name 3 Default PServer Name 1 PServer Name 2 PServer Name 3 Job Check Delay Conf Check Delay Burst Mode PServer Context 1 PServer Context 2 PServer Context 3
Printer Slot # PServer Name 1 PServer Name 2 PServer Name 3 Default
Printer Name 1 Printer Name 2 Printer Name 3 Default
802.3 IPX Addr Ether 2 IPX Addr 802.2 IPX Addr SNAP IPX Addr 802.5 IPX Addr

TCP/IP Menu

Accnting/Rev Chan

SNMP NMS 1-5

Internet Address Subnet Mask Default Router Remove Passwords Remove Hosts No Yes

Accnting Timeout

Community

Internet Address

Access
Port Assignment Read Write Trap Write-Trap Read-Trap None

LPD Banner

RARP Secure Files No Yes

Installation Menu

Operator Passwrd

(Enter password)

Use Operator Pwd

Interfaces Network and LocalTalk 3-3 SCSI 3-7 Internet A-3
Macintosh SystemLoader 2-12 Updating print system software 2-12 Manual Contents 1-2 Overview 1-2 Typographic conventions 1-4 Memory modules (SIMMs) Single in-line 2-3 Menu See Configuration menu 7-11 Moving, printer 6-3
Jaz drive Backing up to 5-12 Restoring from 5-14 Using 5-9
Kanji Fonts 4-17 Fonts, accessing 4-14, 4-18 Hardware requirements 4-11, 4-17 Internal IDE font hard disk 4-16 Option kit 4-18 Related files 4-17 Software requirements 4-11, 4-17 Keys Copy 7-6, 7-8, 7-11 Security 6-5, 6-6, 6-9, 7-5 Kit CrownCopy 7-2 Internal IDE hard disk 5-4 Kanji font 4-10 Kanji font internal IDE hard disk 4-17 Lower input feeder 6-2 Security key 6-5 Time-of-day clock 3-10
NetWare menu B-7 Network Interface 3-7 Interfaces 3-3 Network interface Installation 3-4 Using 3-6 Number of Copies option 7-14
Password Using 6-8 PC Updating print system software 2-9, 2-10 PCL 5 Intellifont SIMM 4-7, 4-10 Printer options 4-6, 4-10 Cards 4-6 Kanji 4-10 Product registration 4-17 Protection Anti-static 2-2
LAN Manager Menu B-6 LocalTalk 3-6 Interfaces 3-3 See also AppleTalk Using 3-6

Q-FAX A-2

QFORM 4-19 QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-4 World-wide offices A-5
Updating via Macintosh 2-12 Updating via PC 2-9, 2-10 SystemLoader 2-12
TCP/IP Menu B-8 Technical support, QMS A-4 Time-of-day clock Installation procedure 3-10 Troubleshooting CrownCopy 7-18 Downloading system 2-14 Scanner 7-18 Typographic conventions See Manual
Restoring data Jaz drive, from 5-14 Zip drive, from 5-14
Scanner Troubleshooting 7-18 Scanning ADF 7-7 SCSI interface kit Installation procedure 3-7 Service United States A-4 Setup CrownCopy 7-2 SIMM Installation 2-3 Intellifont 4-10 PCL 5 font 4-7 SIMMs 2-3 Single in-line memory modules 2-3 Software requirements PC system software 4-17 Storage External devices 5-8 Storage devices Identifying 5-3 Support, QMS Customer A-2 Internet A-3 Technical A-4 World-wide A-5 System software Errors, downloading 2-14 SystemLoader 2-12

Unpacking Feeder 6-2

Zip drive Backing up to 5-12 Restoring from 5-14 Using 5-9

 

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