Problem setting up refine MH1351
Posted 03 November 2006 - 09:27 AM
I tried to follow the guide that was on one of the disks but after i did that i just got error when printing errors so i decided to retry it on my laptop and this is what i have done and what i am getting.
using serial connection 9pin, set at 9600rate
i installed the print driver, the guide i have said to use Graphtec CE1000-60 drive since there isnt a MH1351 driver on there. Have it on com 1. if i hit the test print button i get a simple design that prints thats just | looking.
i have the artcut software installed but if i try to use that to print it goes through like normal print job but then nothing prints with no errors.
I originaly setup the paper size to free size and what i had in the guide but then i would just get error when printing and nothing would happen.
if i hit the test button on the device i get a simple square with a dimond in it so i take that as a good sign heh
any advice on setting this up?
Posted 03 November 2006 - 09:57 AM
Posted 03 November 2006 - 10:10 AM
i thought it was a little odd to use that kinda of a driver for this too. I looked throught my system for the roland pnc1000 driver but not seeing that driver anywhere on the disks and my system (windows xp pro). Where can i get the roland drivers?
Posted 03 November 2006 - 10:46 AM
If you are using artcut then you must remove any printer/cutter drivers that are on the same com port. You can look for any driver that is XX1351 and that should work. Your windows com port has to have the configuration and the driver configuration.
You can try this web page:
It has good information that can help answer any questions you may have along with information on setting up drivers to work with programs such as CorelDraw, and Adobe Illustrator. There is also links for cutters there also, you should be able to download Roland drivers from this link I any of the PNC drivers should have the driver you are looking for.
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