02-17-2004 04:23 AM
02-26-2004 04:25 PM
I am curious as we are having this issue with a 750 we brought out of retirement. What OS are you using? Is it WinXP Pro?
02-27-2004 01:05 PM
I am thinking about the way Win98 OS spools jobs when a printer is run locally. Could your jobs be spooling to the temp directory with Win98 like they do with a traditional local printer? If this is the case, then you have to checkout your temp directory and clean it out. Then try re-running the problem plotting job to see if you can remedy this or re-create the same problem.
04-01-2004 07:04 AM
08-04-2004 04:37 AM
The drivers that came with Windows 2000 created frequent out of memory errors, and take a very long time to print.
After downloading the 755CM drivers from hp.com (the HPGL driver) and selecting the "in computer" option, the errors have gone away, and prints that had taken 16 hours to *begin* printing now finish in under 20 minutes.
08-04-2004 04:45 AM
You were probably dealing with more than 'not enough memory' - you probably have defective memory. Using the process 'in computer' is the best way to get past this. Try taking out ALL added RAM and send a print - you may be surprized - it may actually be faster. That would indicate bad RAM.