Re: Help - Laserjet III prints

Re: Help - Laserjet III prints


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Posted by Vara on June 22, 2000 at 16:41:13:

In Reply to: Help - Laserjet III prints posted by Scotte on April 09, 2000 at 10:49:51:

: Cand anyone help me fix this? After upgrading to Windows 98 SE every print job first prints an otherwise blank page with the following message at the top:

: @PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCL

: then the rest of the job prints fine. It didn't do this before I upgraded, everything worked fine.

: Thanks!

Hi
Try this:

To disable PJL commands, you must edit the .spd file for the PostScript printer you are using.

Use any text editor (such as Notepad) to open the .spd file.


Locate the line beginning with:
*Protocols:

Delete the word "PJL" from this line.


Save and close the file.


Delete the corresponding .wpx file from the Windows\System folder. (This file contains information from the .spd file. When you delete this file, the .spd file is read again to re-create the .wpx file.)


Restart Windows 95.


PJL commands are sent by the Windows 95 PostScript printer driver to multiple-language printers that are compatible with Hewlett-Packard's Printer Job Language controls to switch to the PostScript language and perform other job control functions.

PJL Commands usually have the following format:
%-12345X@PJL...
Some network spoolers have problems with these commands if they look specifically for PostScript document fields to define the parameters of the print job.




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