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PCL XL insufficient memory Operator readimage Position 1721

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Has anyone seen this error message?  PCL XL insufficient memory Operator readimage Position 1721
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The message implies that the printer has received a PCL XL control sequence (in this case for the ReadImage operator) but has insufficient memory to process the sequence.

The ReadImage operator is used (in conjucntion with BeginImage and EndImage operators) when raster graphic images are in use (which may be because the source document contains such an image, or because the driver has decided to render the whole (or part) of a page as such an image.

You could try using the alternative PostScript driver (especially if the document to be printed is a PDF file).
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