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Upgrading the windows nt pstscript driver.
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DC98CC09
November 25, 1998
Caution:
To successfully
upgrade the NT
driver, you must
follow the steps in
this document
precisely.
Otherwise, the
driver will not
function properly.
Issue 1
This Document
pertains to these
Xerox
products:
X
DC 220/230
ST/LP
DC 240/255/265
ST/LP
DCS 20/35
Page 1 of 4
Xerox Document Centre
DC Tips
Upgrading the Windows NT

PostScript Driver

Purpose
Two outstanding issues with the NT PostScript print driver for the DC 220/230 family of
printers are:
• Upgrading the driver to a newer version
• Changing server driver defaults from a remote workstation
Versions affected
All versions released before November 1, 1998 are affected. This procedure will also work
with drivers that are expected to be released in the future. Please see the installation
instructions for those particular driver versions for optimum instructions.
Upgrading the driver to a newer version
Installing a newer version of the Xerox printer driver over an existing (older) version may not
successfully remove the old driver. Some symptoms of this problem are unusual default
values (i.e., pink stock instead of white) or some features of the driver not working (such as
Staple).
The following installation steps are for a PC that already has a DC 220/230 printer driver.
Note that you must upgrade the server drivers first in a client/server environment. See
Glossary for definitions.
Also, be aware that you must perform these steps for each computer (server and client) that
requires the upgraded driver.
1. Record the printer names and ports on the PC for use in later steps.
2. Select [Start], then choose [Settings: Printers].
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  • Page 1: Postscript Driver

    Upgrading the driver to a newer version Issue 1 Installing a newer version of the Xerox printer driver over an existing (older) version may not successfully remove the old driver. Some symptoms of this problem are unusual default values (i.e., pink stock instead of white) or some features of the driver not working (such as Staple).
  • Page 2 Then finish the NT printer driver installation normally. 5. Delete all the Xerox DC 220/230 printer objects including the printer just added in step 3. Do this by highlighting each DC 220/230 printer object in the [Start: Settings: Printers] folder and pressing [Delete].
  • Page 3: Troubleshooting

    “ shared” on the client workstation, NT allows you to change the server driver default settings from any workstation on the network. If you attempt this with the Xerox NT Postscript driver, you may experience “ Out of memory” or “ Invalid handle” errors.
  • Page 4: Additional Information

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