When the jobs are in the "sent to printer" state the monitor of bidi
supported by the device is supposed to send information back to the spooler
when the job is actually printed. I suppose Print Scout might have
performed this function.
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"markporter" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Yes the jobs are, they seem to keep the status "sent to printer" and not
> beyond that.
> Having said that, I upgraded the firmware and did a new install of the
> printer on my machine with slightly different drivers and I now seem to
> one working version and one broken version.
> "Alan Morris [MSFT]" wrote:
>> Are the jobs retained in the queue after they are printed?
>> HP has this issue and it can be corrected by unchecking Bidirectional on
>> Ports tab of printer properties.
>> Alan Morris
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>> "markporter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > I'm using a Xerox Phaser 6100 and connecting to it via the ethernet
>> > port
>> > on
>> > my computer. It prints everything fine, but then when I restart the
>> > computer
>> > it insists on printing everything again, so I get into the office each
>> > morning to discover that the printer is printing yesterday's items a
>> > second
>> > time.
>> > I've already disabled the Xerox Printing Scout since that was crashing
>> > every
>> > few seconds, but I can't work out why the computer would do this if
>> > everything has already printed successfully.