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HPjet Direct card + HPlaserprinter

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I have some HP laserprinter with HPjetdirect cards installed.
After every print job cums an extra blanc page.
How can I solve this?
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Try playing with your Default printer attributes.  Try setting the lines per page to 66 and the colums to 132. Also, make sure that you have the printer configured correctly in AIX, using the correct emulation and portrait or landsacpe.
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