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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Ok an update as of 3/1/17.

    Connected my laptop directly via network cable and got the same results in print speed as I did with the office test, I printed via Photoshop to avoid the black image issue.

    I couldn't find a RPCS Driver as they seem discontinued and those I did find were for the wrong model (IE. MPC3300).

    Tried the following without positive result:
    PCL 5
    Cleared Print Spooler Folder
    Changed from Vector to Raster
    Set Host interface to second, higher I\O setting
    Ricoh and Ricoh Plus Driver
    Deselected SNTP on port
    PCL Universal v4

    There was a few setting that had the queue state it was printing, but sitting at the Max\Max without actually printing.

    I need to look into LPR printing (Though I did switch the TCP\IP from RAW to LPR with a number put in the queue)
    Need to look into Windows Postsript printing as the Photo Viewer wasn't finding the printer when I installed the Driver.

    While I am not too familiar with MAC, I imagine I can use a printer share and have it render the print job on the MAC sing PS.. provided I can connect it to the same network after talking to the IT guy.

    Thank you for Reading and Continuing to Assist


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    I don't know but I see getting it by email. have them try saving it to computer then try printing it. i had a client that when she received it take a long time to print but if save to computer it would print normal.


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Thank you for the response, however, the file is on their system vs print from e-mail attachment.


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    What format is the file: TIFF? BMP? JPG? etc...?

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Quote Originally Posted by COPIERMAN View Post
    I don't know but I see getting it by email. have them try saving it to computer then try printing it. i had a client that when she received it take a long time to print but if save to computer it would print normal.
    Nice suggestion, but even if it really sped things up, NOT a practical solution.

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    JPEG image


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Try LPRing the file directly to the printer.

    From a command prompt:

    lpr -S 192.168.1.100 -P lp c:\my_file.jpg -o 1

    Where:

    The IP address is the IP of the machine.

    The S and P are case sensitive.

    The "lp" is "ell pee"

    The "o" is lowercase letter "o"

    The "-o 1" sets the binary option to on.

    This will eliminate any issues with the application or driver.

    There are utilities that would do this for you, but this is a quick and dirty test to see if this is a good approach.

    Of course, no control over finishing options, but it sounds like you may not need it, since jpegs can only be one page, anyway.

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Quote Originally Posted by KenB View Post
    Try LPRing the file directly to the printer.

    From a command prompt:

    lpr -S 192.168.1.100 -P lp c:\my_file.jpg -o 1

    Where:

    The IP address is the IP of the machine.
    The S and P are case sensitive.
    The "lp" is "ell pee"
    The "o" is lowercase letter "o"
    The "-o 1" sets the binary option to on.
    This will eliminate any issues with the application or driver.
    There are utilities that would do this for you, but this is a quick and dirty test to see if this is a good approach.
    Of course, no control over finishing options, but it sounds like you may not need it, since jpegs can only be one page, anyway.
    To do so, you have to activate LPR:

    Click on the Start button, then Control Panel
    Click on Programs and Features then click Turn Windows features on or off, from the left sidebar
    Expand Print and Document Services, and make sure the boxes next to LPD Print Service and LPR Port Monitor are checked
    Click OK and follow the on screen instructions until the components are installed.


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    "You can put lipstick on a pig, but at the end of the day, it's still a pig", as the saying goes.[/QUOTE]

    depending on the color of the lipstick... but still a very CUTE pig! ;-)


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    Re: Ricoh MP C3003- Print Spooling 10+MB file

    Quote Originally Posted by terramobil View Post
    To do so, you have to activate LPR:

    Click on the Start button, then Control Panel
    Click on Programs and Features then click Turn Windows features on or off, from the left sidebar
    Expand Print and Document Services, and make sure the boxes next to LPD Print Service and LPR Port Monitor are checked
    Click OK and follow the on screen instructions until the components are installed.
    Thanks.

    I kinda forgot to mention that little tidbit.

    I'm so used to having it enabled that I take it for granted.

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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