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TWO FACTOR AUTHENTICATION

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BORDERLESS PRINTING… COPIERS AND PRINTERS.

At this point in the game, I know of no color copiers that offer borderless printing. I spoke to a knowledgeable printshop owner about this awhile back. He told me that in the print industry they typically print things oversized … Continue reading

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PCOUNTER TUTORIAL

PCOUNTER TUTORIAL Pcounter was created to take page counts from copiers and printers and export it to other systems and formats. Pcounter for Windows Pcounter for Windows is designed for Windows print servers, or workstations setup as “servers” with printer … Continue reading

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PHOTO INTERUPTER SENSORS AND COPIER DRUMS

When doing maintenance on copier drums…. if you take off the cleaning blade then you need to get a brush and dust toner onto the blade before you put it back or dust fine grained pumice onto the blade before … Continue reading

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IRQ

The computing phrase “interrupt request” (or IRQ) is used to refer to either the act of interrupting the bus lines used to signal an interrupt, or the interrupt input lines on a Programmable Interrupt Controller (PIC). The interrupt request level … Continue reading

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POSTSCRIPT ERRORS

You can get a PostScript error any time the printer cannot understand the print language emulation being sent to it. Here are a few of many possible causes: 1) The print driver is selected to PCLXL (or PCL6: same thing), … Continue reading

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