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How to get mimaki Rasterlink pro 3 to work on windows 7 on 64 bit

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by oggy, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. oggy

    oggy New Member

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    Hi everyone

    I have rasterlink pro 3 and was told I had to upgrade to version 5 to be able to use it on windows 7 64 bit.

    After hours of trying to figure out how to make it work I found a way. Just like to share it here.

    1. Install Rasterlink pro 3 as normal.

    2. Download the latest printer drivers from mimaki (For JV33 mine was mkdriver_v340.exe) and install them

    3. When you try and register your printer in the printer manager utility it will show an error like "MMK RLP

    port" or something.

    I think the problem is that rasterlink can't create the RLP port on windows 7 or something but I'm not too sure.

    Anyway, what you do is copy these two files from your old windows xp 32bit computer, the file names are

    RlpMon.dll and RlpMonUi.dll located C:\WINDOWS\system32. Paste these two files on your new computer here

    C:\RstrLink\Hot\

    The MMK RLP port error will go away.

    I don't know weather this is common knowledge or if it has been posted before or even if what I did was right but

    it worked for me and saved me $500 from upgrading. I've got copies of the two files if anybody needs them.
     
  2. j2d2graphics

    j2d2graphics New Member

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    I could use them

    I could use the files if you have them still. Also does anyone know if Rasterlink 3 will run a jv3 160 sp




     
  3. oggy

    oggy New Member

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    I've uploaded the two files, I had to change them to txt so they would upload. You need to rename the extension as .dll

    Best of luck, let me know how you get on.
     

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  4. clstore

    clstore New Member

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    I download the files and i copy them to C:\RstrLink\Hot\ (first i changed the extensions to .dll) and it still dosen't work ... same error ...

    I have the latest ver mkdriver_340 ....

    i don't know what ealse i can do ... to make it work ...

    my OS is win7 x64

    and my machine is mimaki jv33-160
     
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2013
  5. judsonsigns

    judsonsigns New Member

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    Printer Problems

    I am having the same issue with Windows 7 X64, Printer CJV30 - 130, any ideas?

     
  6. clstore

    clstore New Member

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    I don't know what to say ... on windows xp x32 works fine ... i'm haveing this problem only with win 7 x64 ...
    if someone has a solution please reply
     
  7. bentotdagr3at

    bentotdagr3at Member

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    Sorry to revive this post but I'm having the same problem. I'm trying to run Rasterlink 4 and I'm getting the same error mmk rlp port error.

    Help
     
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