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In trying to connect my scanner i found you have to conn. to printer port, then conn. scanneer to printer, will this affect printer performance on day to day printing.
There is a side note about EPP mode and how it will make scanner run smoother what is this?
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EPP stands for Enhanced Parallel Port. This may increase data rates accross your parallel port you can read more on this subject at the following URL: http://www.fapo.com/1284faq.htm. Having your scanner as part of the route to your printer will not effect your printing performance on a day to day basis.
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