HP Laserjet 2100
Picked up a jet direct card and a lot of problems with the printer
Now I'm left with just one. Sometimes it prints at a reasonable
speed nearly as fast as it can move the paper. Sometimes it's
painfully slow, a minute or so per page.
Will adding a memory upgrade help? If the printer doesn't have
enough memory for a page will it just fail, or will it just take a lot
longer? Mine has the base 4MB, there are three slots that take
16MB modules for a max of 52MB. Can get a module with a
postscript interpreter instead of one of the 16MB modules.
May just need to get another printer with a faster processor.
But assuming I hang on to this one, would it be better to have:
postscript and 36MB ram, or
no postscript and 52MB ram.
On Dec 9, 2007 8:06 AM, Dax Solomon Umaming <email@example.com> wrote:
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> drew einhorn wrote:
> > The problem with the test page with all the drivers, is
> > the top margin is too wide and the bottom of the page
> > is cut off.
> > I am using US letter size paper and sending letter size
> > test pages.
> I have the same model, and I almost always have to change it Letter
> size before printing. However, I can't control the test pages since
> I can't set the paper size. So I always get the wrong prints.
> Anyway, what matters is the actual print, and so far, it's working
> really well.
> - --
> Dax Solomon Umaming
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