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write port error

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by rrd, Jun 16, 2020.

  1. rrd

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    I run a couple of 1204's and one keeps getting a write port error. Both run on same network, routers, and flexi yet one has no issues and one will print 3-10 inches then gets a write port error. Been working on this for like a month and still scratching my head.
    I have tried running a direct cat 5 to that machine bypassing 2 switches and have tried multiple cables. I have changed the IP several times, nothing. yep network engineer I'm not.
     
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  2. pjfmeister

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    Try printing direct to the printer - I believe its a crossover cable direct from your PC to the printer completely bypassing your network....if it still does it I would guess it to be a printer issue and not a network issue...
     
  3. Sindex Printing

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    Try restarting your print spooler service
     
  4. rrd

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    How about bad ram. I think the ram on these is only 256megs. Thought about putting in an old 1 gig laptop stick in there
     
  5. jimdtg

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    If your PC has bluetooth device driver is active, disable it and try again.
     
  6. Solventinkjet

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    If I remember correctly, these boards won't accept higher capacity RAM but I don't think that's the issue anyway. Write port errors are always network issues. Since it didn't work over cross over, I would guess the network chip on the main board is probably failing.
     
  7. Umca

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    VJ1204 has 128 Mb SODIMM memory
    Also, you can try to print via USB port. For check network communication chip.
     
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