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How to change the Windows setting for virtual memory for the printer
Version: 2.x - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Sometimes, you can solve printing problems by making sure that the Windows
setting for printer memory is the same as the amount of printer memory
available for PostScript rendering. Here's how to check the setting in Windows
NT and 3.x and reset it if necessary:
Check the available printer memory:
From a DOS prompt, copy the file testps.txt to the printer port with this
copy testps.txt port where
port is the name of the port to the PostScript
Your printer prints a test page that tells you, among other information, the
optimum memory setting for the particular printer.
Change the virtual memory setting for the printer:
Return to Windows.
Open the Control Panel, then click the Printers icon.
When the Print Manager window opens, choose the printer for which you want to
change the setting.
From the Printer menu, choose Properties.
Click the Setup.
.In the Printer Memory section, change the setting to reflect the optimum
memory for the printer.
Choose OK repeatedly to save the settings and
return to the Program Manager.
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