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Oce plotter in a network, trying to install to a new computer


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#1 drwmbt

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 02:27 PM

Hello guys I've just added a new computer to my lab and i'm trying to install drivers for an oce 750 plotter and it is giving me an error that it cannot be found in the network even though I have the ip address so i enter the ip address manually thru the driver install and it says Network is busy or plotter cannot be found.

Basically, i have setup this new pc because i want it to manage my oce 750 plotter, and oce scanner, the plotter is hooked up to its own computer and is working as normal, i just cant get the new pc to recognize it.

Any help or someone who is familiar with these types of printers?

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#2 drwmbt

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 08:55 PM

I actually fixed this problem myself, if anyone is looking for an answer to this issue just look for your oce's hostname instead of it's ip address and put that in the address field when it asks for an ip address (it also asks for a hostname i just skipped that when i was reading it)

good luck

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 09:57 PM

Thanks for posting back with the fix, drwmbt. :thumbup2:
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