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Panasonic UF-8000AU laser printer

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#1 rodoftex


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Posted 04 July 2010 - 05:14 AM

I purchased a used Panasonic UF-8000AU laser printer, fax and copy machine. When I attempt to download the operating software, all seems to be going well then I get a pop up that says the DIGD.SPC v6 is missing and asks where it is located. I don't know what this file is and have no idea where to locate it. At present, all I can do is copy with the machine. I have been unable to get help from Panasonic. Apparently they only operate through dealers and I haven't found one that can help. The machine is connected to my computer via a USB cable and I am using Windows XP Pro. Any help would be appreciated.

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Posted 06 July 2010 - 12:42 AM

Try the information located at this link, it might help.

If you scroll up you'll see other documents realted to this piece of hardware as well.

Make sure you uninstall the printer driver before re-installing it again. :thumbsup:
Good luck and keep us posted.

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