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pl534caden.exe - HP Designjet Driver (HPGL2/RTL) for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP
ReadMe File for the Hewlett-Packard HP-GL/2 & HP RTL Windows NT Driver Product name: HP Designjet Driver (HPGL2/RTL) for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP Version number: 4.65 Languages supported: English Products supported: HP Designjet 200 HP Designjet 220 HP Designjet 230 HP Designjet 250c HP Designjet 330 HP Designjet 350c HP Designjet 430 HP Designjet 450c HP Designjet 455ca HP Designjet 488ca HP Designjet 600 HP Designjet 650c HP Designjet 700 HP Designjet 750c HP Designjet 750c Plus HP Designjet 755cm HP Designjet 1050c HP Designjet 1050c Plus* HP Designjet 1055cm HP Designjet 1055cm Plus* HP Designjet 2000cp HP Designjet 2500cp HP Designjet 3000cp HP Designjet 3500cp HP Designjet Colorpro CAD * 1050c Plus: choose the 1050c when installing the driver * 1055cm Plus: choose the 1055cm when installing the driver Installation instructions: see detailed instructions at the end of this file Platform requirements: Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows XP SOFTWARE APPLICATION NOTES General Notes To resolve problems with text, such as justification, space between characters, etc.: 1. Select your printer in the Printers window. 2. Open the Properties window and select the General tab (Windows NT) or the Advanced tab (Windows 2000/XP). 3. Click the Print Processor button. 4. Set the default datatype to RAW. Under Windows NT, check the "Always spool raw datatype" check box. This will also resolve some problems you may have when printing graphics. With the HP Designjet 220 some problems may occur when printing text using Best mode. If necessary, use Normal mode to avoid them. Terminal Server The driver is compatible with Microsoft's Terminal Server software. To run the driver under Windows NT 4.0 over Terminal Services, you need to install Service Pack 4 or higher. AutoCAD Release 14 / 2000 If you experience problems when printing raster data, follow the four steps given above under General Notes ("Always spool raw datatype"). Internet Links from the Driver's Help File The driver's help file contains some useful links for users with access to the Internet. If you cannot link automatically to these pages, they can still provide you with useful information. The pages are: HP Home Page http://www.hp.com/ HP Designjet Home Page http://www.designjet.hp.com/ Internet Imaging http://www.image.hp.com/ Clipping when Printing to File (Windows NT 4.0) If you experience clipped plots when printing to file, install Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 or later. Alternatively, you may also work around these problems by setting up a Local Port as a file. To do so, open Printer Properties and create a new Local Port with a valid file path as Port Name, such as "C:\output.prn". Large-File Problems If you experience some problems when printing huge drawings or long plots, please ensure that your system drive has at least 800 Mb of free space. You may also find it helpful to disable print spooling, as follows. Under Windows NT: Start -> Settings -> Printers -> Properties -> Scheduling -> "Print directly to printer" Under Windows 2000: Start -> Settings -> Printers -> Properties -> Advanced -> "Print directly to printer" Under Windows XP: Start -> Control Panel -> Printer and faxes -> Properties -> Advanced -> "Print directly to printer" Timeout for Complex Print Jobs Complex print jobs may experience timeout problems. Under such circumstances, only a portion of the drawing will be properly printed, and the device will request more media. To solve the problem, increase the IN JOB TIMEOUT setting available through the printer's front panel IO MENU. For really complex drawings you may also need to change the printer spool settings. This may be done as follows. Under Windows NT: Start -> Settings -> Printers -> Properties -> Scheduling -> "Start printing after last page is spooled" Under Windows 2000: Start -> Settings -> Printers -> Properties -> Advanced -> "Start printing after last page is spooled" Under Windows XP: Start -> Control Panel -> Printer and faxes -> Properties -> Advanced -> "Start printing after last page is spooled" INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS You should have Windows running and displaying the desktop; we recommend rebooting your computer before installing a driver. Standard Installation Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and follow the instructions that appear on your screen. If no instructions appear on your screen, run the setup.exe program on the CD-ROM. Manual Installation If you cannot or prefer not to use the standard installation process, you can install the driver from the CD-ROM by following these steps: 1. If the output you send to the printer will go directly to the printer by network without being stored on another computer, you must create a network port before installing the driver (consult your network documentation or network administrator). 2. Under Windows NT or Windows 2000, click Start, Settings, Printers to open the Printers dialog box; then double-click the Add Printer icon to open the Add Printer Wizard dialog box. (We recommend that you do not use the New Driver button in the Printer Properties dialog box to install or upgrade this driver.) Under Windows XP, click Start, Control Panel, Printers and other hardware, Printer and faxes; then click Add Printer in the frame labelled "Printer tasks". 3. Follow the steps displayed on your screen, answering the questions as appropriate. Below is some basic advice for some of the questions that you may be requested to answer, depending on your system configuration. You may be asked whether your printer is connected directly to your computer, or connected indirectly through another computer. Select: * "My computer"/"Local printer" if the output you send to the printer will go directly to the printer by cable or network without being stored on another computer. * "Network printer" if you will send output to the printer via another computer. In this case, all settings for the printer are managed by a printer server that has been set up by an administrator. You may be asked the manufacturer and model of your printer. Click Have Disk... In the Install From Disk dialog box, enter the location of the driver on the CD-ROM (the same folder as this ReadMe file) and click OK. Select your HP Designjet printer from the list and click Next. If you want to install several drivers you will need to repeat this procedure. You may be asked whether you want to keep the existing driver or use the new one. Select "Replace existing driver". You may be asked whether you want to print a test page. We recommend that you select Yes. By printing a test page you will test the communications link between your system and the printer. If you are sharing the driver with Windows 95 or 98, you may be informed that a file from Windows 95 or 98 is needed. All the necessary files are located one folder up from this ReadMe file, in the "Win95" folder. (c) Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 2001. All rights reserved. Version 4.6 September 2001 A limited License is granted for the use of this Software (and related documentation) only with Hewlett-Packard printers on a no-cost, sharing basis. You may distribute and copy this Software (and related documentation) so long as it is strictly for use with Hewlett-Packard printers, it is not modified and remains a completely unaltered package, it is not sold for profit, and it is advertised for use with Hewlett-Packard printers.
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