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Any work-around for HP LaserJet IID's difficulty printing graphics?

Posted on 2004-09-21
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My LaserJet IID has difficulty printing graphics.  Text pages print fine.  But pages with graphics images often do not come out properly.

I understand that this shortcoming is normal for such an old printer.  But is there any way to upgrade either the print driver or the hardware to improve its handling of graphics?

Alex
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Sounds like a lack of memory in the printer. The 11d can accept 1,2 or 4MB boards.
Part# are 33443b, 33444b,  33445b. Note they also come in an "A" version which will not work in the 11D. You won't get them from HP anymore but you might find them on Ebay.
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