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DS40 and DS80 Print continuation Tutorial

Published on June 28, 2012 by

Let’s say you are printing 30 images in one batch, but the DS40 or DS80 printer has enough media to print only 20, what do you do? The cause for the DNP DS40 or the DNP DS80 for not picking up where it left off is the driver setting are not set to do that. To fix this issues is a fairly simple process with only a couple of minor differences between Windows 7 and Windows XP settings.

When the printer runs out of media and you load the new media it will pick up from where you left off. Here is what you do…

Windows 7 :

1) On Desktop go to Start menu icon
2) Click on “Control Panel“,
3) On Top right hand corner of page click on “View by: Catergory
4) Move down to select “Small icons

5) On Control Panel window select “Devices and Printers”
6) Right click on DS40, “Printer Properties“…continued below
^ (not the “Properties” at the very bottom. that will not take you to the correct screen)

Windows XP :
XP 1) On Desktop go to Start menu icon
XP 2) Click on “Control Panel“,

XP 3) Select “Printers and Fax“,
XP 4) Right click and select “Properties“.
(The rest of the steps are the same as the Windows7. Keep reading below)
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From here the steps are the same for both Windows Operating Systems:
Windows 7  or  Windows XP :

A) Go to General tab of the DS40/DS80 Properties window.
B) On “Preferences” click on the “Advanced” button (right side)
C) On Print Re-Try: …change to “Enable” (not Disabled)
D) Click OK then click Apply then OK again.

DS40 or DS80 Printer Properties window

DS40 or DS80 Printer Properties window

E) Back on the DS40/DS80 Properties window,  at the top select the “Advanced” Tab.
F) Click on “Printing Defaults…” button, then click on the “Advanced” button (right side)
G) On Print Re-Try: …change to “Enable” (not Disabled)
H) Click OK then click Apply then OK again.

Hope that helps! Let us know if it worked for you or if you have any questions!

 
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