linksys wireless printer server problem

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  1. Mark16q macrumors newbie

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    New MBP user here and having a minor problem printing to my HP 3330 MFP on a linksys wireless print server.

    I was able to find it using Appletalk and chose the HP 3330 driver, but get an extra page for each page with the error message ERROR: undefined OFFENDING COMMAND: D STACK:

    It's not preventing me from printing, but is wasting a lot of paper. The Linksys site has nothing to say of Apple, so...

    Any ideas ?

    Mark
     
  2. cheapjacob macrumors newbie

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    hi mark

    got exactly the same problem!

    to fix this just go into the print server settings and change the apple talk setting from binary to ascii - i did this and it immediatly has worked

    hope it works for you too

    ciao from germany
    andy
     
  3. Mark16q thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Andy,

    When I added the printer, it saw it as appletalk, but I didn't see anywhere to make print server setting changes. I've looked at the print settings for too long and am not seeing it...how do I get to this print server screen?

    Thanks!

    Mark
     
  4. cheapjacob macrumors newbie

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    i didn´t explain...

    hi mark

    the settings for the printer server are not in the print&fax settings!
    type the ip-adress of your printer server into your www-browser and you´ll get to its internal server settings you have to change
    it´s just like the settings of your network-router

    good luck

    andy
     
  5. Macloven macrumors regular

    Macloven

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    Andy,

    I just got back to this problem, as my sons new Macbook was doing the same thing and wasting lots of paper. Had to access the print server from a PC to change the appletalk settings, but once I did what you said.....it works!!!

    Thank you,

    Mark

     
  6. rawreviewer macrumors newbie

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