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Printing Issues from win7 64bit to winxp

Posted on 2013-02-05
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SETUP:
WINXP SP3 All Patches applied
STATIC IP'S ON ALL COMPUTERS AND ON DOMAIN
HAVE PRIMARY DNS POINTING TO DOMAIN CONTROLLER
HAVE WINS POINTING TO DOMAIN CONTROLLER

SAME WITH WIN7 COMPUTER

PRINTER SHARED ON XP BOX...ALL XP COMPUTERS PRINT FINE

WHEN I PRINT FROM WIN7 COMPUTER IT TAKES UP TO 30 SECONDS TO PRINT

Used D-7 to reset IP Stack on Both computers, removed and re-placed ip address

same issue.

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Did you add the 64 bit driver to the Additional Drivers section of the printer properties on the XP machine?
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by:Joseph Salazar
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I added the additional drivers and now it prints great for everything except Quickbooks.

When I print through quickbooks across to the Shared HP-P1505 printer on the XP Box it still takes up to 20-30 Seconds to print......However......

When I print FROM QUICKBOOKS to the Panasonic or Lexmark Printers attached to the same computer they print fine????

Wierd....

Any suggestions????
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Any at all???
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Ended up connecting printer to Windows 7 computer and sharing from there.
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