Fujifilm NC-3D Download Drivers

Available 1 files for NC-3D
Company
Fujifilm
Categories
Printers
Model
Fujifilm NC-3D
Description
ParAllel Printer Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me
Size Driver
556Kb
File Name
nc3dprndrv.exe
Info
Printer: NC-3D
Printer Driver: Version 1.08

(Written 15 October, 1996.)

<< Important >>
Connecting or disconnecting the printer or PC while they are switched on can result in damage to one or both devices. Always switch the printer and PC off before connection or disconnection.
Operation of this printer driver is only guaranteed in the environments described below.

Windows 3.1 users:
[Compatible PCs] IBM PC-AT or compatible
[Compatible CPUs] 33MHz i386SX or better
[RAM] 16MB or better (24MB recommended)
[Virtual Memory] 24MB or better
[Free hard disk storage] 45 MB or more

Windows95 users:
[Compatible PCs] IBM PC-AT or compatible
[Compatible CPUs] 66MHz i486DX or better
[RAM] 16MB or better (24MB recommended)
[Virtual Memory] Automatic
[Free hard disk storage] 50 MB or more

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[] Installation
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[Windows 3.1]
1. Double-click on the [Control Panel] icon in the "Main" group window in Program Manager. Then double-click on the [Printers] icon in the Control Panel window.
2. Click on the [Add Printer] button.
3. Follow the on-screen menus to install the printer driver from the floppy disk.

[Windows95]
1. Click on the [Start] button and select [Settings] from the pull-down menu. Then select [Printers].
2. Double-click on the [Add Printer] icon to run the "Printer Wizard."
3. Follow the on-screen menus to install the printer driver from the floppy disk.

* The printer cannot be used until the printer driver is installed.
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[] Notes on Using the NC-3D
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1) When the [Ready] lamp is flashing rapidly
If you are using the NC-3D but the job will not print, check whether the Ready lamp is flashing in a repeated sequence of two rapid flashes. If so, this indicates that some of the data being sent to the printer is invalid. This is not a fault in the printer. While the Ready lamp is flashing in this way, a message such as "Printer not connected" will appear on the PC screen. Click on the [Cancel] button to stop the printing. (This sequence of two rapid flashes continues for about 3 minutes.) If the print job still shows up in the Print Manager, open Print Manager, select the print job being printed and click on the [Cancel] button to purge the print job.
Switch the printer off briefly and then on again.
Then try printing the job again.

2) If you are using the NC-3D but the job will not print even when you have tried the approach described above, check the Parallel Port Mode setting in the BIOS of the PC being used. If the mode is set to anything other than "Bi Direction", change the setting to "Bi Direction". This may solve the problem.
Refer also to the documentation for your PC for information on the parallel port settings.

3) Never pull out the printer connection cable or the power cable during printing as this could damage the printer.

4) Never set the printer on end or turn the printer over as this could damage the printer.
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[] Driver Limitations
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1) If a printer error occurs or the printer cover is opened during printing, always click on the [Cancel] button on the PC screen.
After you have corrected the printer error and clicked on the [Select] button to continue with printing, the printer may refuse to accept the print data and appear to hang. If this occurs, open the printer cover and wait until an error message appears on the PC screen. Then click on the [Cancel] button.

2) If a job prints but the color changes mid-way or the paper is ejected before printing is finished, take the steps described below. These should solve the problem.

1. When there is insufficient memory (usually causes color changes)
- Turn off "Smoothing" in the Print Options menu.
- Quit any other applications that are running.
- Do not inadvertently touch the mouse or keyboard during printing.
- Increase the amount of RAM or virtual memory.

2. When there is a system fault (usually causes premature paper eject)
- The problem may be an application error or system error.
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