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I have an Epson 740 and Canon laser (which uses the Windows Printing System) on one drive, 2 separate ports. To use either I have to switch the one I am not using to "print to file". Sometimes I have to reboot to make it functional. I don't know of any other way. I thought just getting the extra port would work, but no. I have a HP laser and a dot matrix sharing the same port on another computer (with switch box) no probs. I can run the Epson with the dot matrix. It's the Canon that seems to cause the fuss for me. Sorry I can't be of more help. > For some time I have been running my Stylus Photo and Apple > LaserWriter 360 on two separate drives via a mechanical switch box. > The reason I have them on two drives is that I have been unable to > get the printers to peacefully co-exist on one drive. If I attempt > such an arrangement a conflict causes the Finder to crash. > > While my current arrangement is functional it is a tad inconvenient > to have to switch the start-up drive in order to print to the > LaserWriter. I would bet that there are others with this same pair > of printers that have not had the problem I have and I would love to > hear your suggestions as to how I could run both printers from the > same drive. - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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