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roland fj52 connection problems HELP

Discussion in 'Roland' started by mediawild, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. mediawild

    mediawild New Member

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    First I want to thank the community for all the helpful info. I refurbished my falcon jr and its running perfect just by reading the forum. So thanks everyone!

    I just got a used rolandfj52 converted. Changed everything to brand new. And im using colorchoice rip.

    Problem:
    I cannot print anything. Tried using parallel cable to usb and it "cannot open port"

    Just bought a printserver with crossover cable directly connected to computer and printer and still get nothing. colorchoice hangs on printing 0%. I know im not doing something right.

    Funny thing is I connected the falcon jr with a printserver but had a great tutorial to walk me thru it and it worked like a charm.


    Anybody with kind advice, tutorial, would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    mediawild New Member

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    I FIXED IT! yay

    Dug deeper in the forums back to 2008!
    Jamie if your still around, thank you!

    This is my setup just in case anyone needed to know:
    Windows XP Pro Service pack 3
    Color Choice 4.5 version 2
    Roland Hi Fi Jet 52 conversion
    Trendnet 1-port parallel print server (fry's)

    Three Cheers for Signs 101, Hip Hip-Hooray-Hip Hip- Hooray- Hip Hip-Hooray!

    Below is the thread I found.
    :signs101::U Rock::toasting::clapping:

    2-08-2010, 05:24 PM
    [​IMG] cgsigns_jamie [​IMG]
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    Location: Orange Park, Florida
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    Well set the network settings in Windows to:
    - IP: 192.168.20.10
    - Subnet: 255.255.255.0

    Then set the printer to
    - IP: 192.168.20.20
    - Subnet: 255.255.255.0

    Then configure the printer in VersaWorks with an IP of 192.168.20.20
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    (Mr.) Jamie Thole
    Custom Graphics & Sign Designs, Inc.
    Custom Signs Since 1987
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