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Panasonic DP-C322 issue

Panasonic DP-C322 issue

Panasonic DP-C322 issue


i had this printer/copier wired to my wireless router (UTP cable) and could sent jobs with out a problem.. now i moved it in my building and hooked it up to a (older) computer running Windows ME, using a USB connection, both the pc connected to the printer as my workstation are wireless. now here's the issue i am having; after a reboot i can print for example out of Outlook, but when i try to print something bigger like a .pdf or  .jpg the program associated (ie. Adobe, Paint Shop, Irfanview) with the file crashes.. after that i can no longer print from Outlook. could it be that the combination wireless and USB just can't handle the load ?

purchased a print server to hookup the Panasonic wireless but the print server didn't work w/ the model i have.


RE: Panasonic DP-C322 issue

Wrong Forum Chief

RE: Panasonic DP-C322 issue

oops.... my bad.

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