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Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hi All,

I have a Toshiba 4520c and I need to find a B&W only driver to stop staff from print to it in colour for Windows Server OS.

In the past with HP’s when this was required, I would simply use the HP Laserjet III driver which works with all HP lasers, is there a similar driver that I can use in this scenario?

I am looking for a black and white only driver; the idea is to create two printers one with the colour driver and one with the black and white driver.

Thanks
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You might want to use an HP LJ6 or newer driver; but, the same should work on the Toshiba as it supports PCL6.
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I checked the specs on the Toshiba 4520c and it supports PCL6 so using a monochrome HP driver would work fine, just as I said.  I have done the same thing hundreds of times.
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