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We have a 160s printer and we had to change computers the program was based on. We went from a dual core to a quad core with more memory and basically cloned the hard drives to accomidate everything. The problem we are having is when we go to print labels the first 8 labels print perfectly with the bar codes etc and after the 8th label all we get is garbage for the labels there after. I am thinking it migh be a spooling issue as we get a momentary lapse of printing before the 9th label continues to print but it is all garbage there after. Anyone else have this problem? We have tired all of the settings and nothing seems to correct this problem.

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If your running this printer off a serial port you may be getting a buffer overrun. I'm guessing that your using X on X off Handshaking so perhaps you could fix the problem by slowing down the baud rate. You need to change this both on the printer and on the PC that's driving it.

You will notice that there may be a slow down in "First Label Out" but it may solve the issue. If that doesn't do it then you might want DTR / DSR handshaking but you may need a different interface cable that support it.

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mikeo@acebarcode.com

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