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HP Designjet 4000 61:01 error

Posted on 2009-05-08
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I have a Designjet 4000 that keeps producing the 61:01 error even we just attempt to print a test page.  As for the system itself we have upgraded and tested the lastest driver ps3 drive with no success and also upgraded the firmware from GW_10.1.1.4 to GW_13.1.1.3.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
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CyberLex earned 125 total points
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Greetings!

the 61 error is saying that the file format is incorrect. So you I would highly guess you don't have the PostScript version of the DesignJet 4000. You can get two DesignJet 4000 versions:

- HP DesignJet 4000 (only prints with RTL or HPGL/2 Drivers)
- HP DesignJet 4000PS (prints with RTL, HPGL2 or PostScript Drivers)

Cheers
Alex
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Yes, that was it.  I actually figured that out about 30 minutes ago and then I come and you post the same.  Good job.
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