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WPSM54G Prints garbage / delete caracters every second print job

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I have configured four Linksys WPSM54G wireless print server with an Epson FX-890 attached via USB on each one. I can print to each printer BUT each second printer shows garbage at the begining of the page if send a graphics page or lost some text if print in text mode.

The driver is the last Epson driver, all the print tests works OK ( from Windows XP and directly from the WEB based configuration page ). By the way, all is running on WIndows XP SP2.

Any help will be appreciated.

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by:Pugglewuggle
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Just return this and get a new print server. I tried installing these at multiple customer sites and eventually determined they are garbage. It was a real letdown because Linksys usally has very good products.
TrendNET and D-link have very competitive and functional wired and wireless print servers for good prices. They even support scanners and some multifunction printers I recommend TrendNET for wired and D-link for wireless.
Sorry you got a bad model... I made the same mistake.
Let me know if that helps! :-)
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by:nativeclubpvr
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So there is nothing i can do for correct this issue? Firmware, drivers, etc?

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Pugglewuggle earned 500 total points
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If you've already udated the firmware then no. Computers just use the regular drivers.
I'm really sorry man.
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by:nativeclubpvr
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Thanks!!!
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