HP emulator for a Xerox printer

Hi,

I guess this one might sound strange...

Well, one of our accountings applications requires an HP emulation installed/supported on the designated printer. We had a Xerox Docuprint p1202 that supported this feature and had no problems with the output, now we replaced it with a Xerox Docuprint p1210 and the prints come out incorrect.
The software support department told us that they cannot do nothing to help us until we verify that the new printer supports HP emulation (quite strange isn't it ?).
I tried looking for information about this feature but nothing came up including on Xerox.com.
Any ideas?

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DNeeBrkr
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hdhondtConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The P1210 supports PCL6 - which is the latest version of HP's Laserjet language. You should be able to install the driver for the HP printer you want and use it with the P1210. Win2K/XP ships with drivers for any Laserjet you're likely to need.

Which HP printer do you need to emulate? In what way are your prints incorrect?
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