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dcc400_w98-me_121_pcl6.zip Driver Update

March 28th, 2003 No comments

Creating professional-looking documents needs a large investment and dedicated staff. That’s why FujiXerox came up with the DCC400/320 to remove those hurdles. This device revolutionizes document creation by combining print, copy, fax and scan with color. As the first true multi-function device, it is capable of fulfilling all your document creation needs.

The machine is powered by Twin-drive micro-tandem technology to produce professional quality without compromising speed. The 400MHz Power PC processor means users can output up to 40 black and white, or 22 full color images per minute.

Users can also print PDFs without having to open Acrobat reader. The DCC400/320 will do the rest, automatically analyzing, processing and printing the files. It’s even easier with the use of email, simply mail or route the messages to the Document Centre for automatic printing.

This feature allows users to set control measures for managing costs on printing, copying, scanning and faxing on the DCC400/320. They can manage the usage rights of up to 1000 users, by configuring the system to limit the output of the copy types as well as the quantity of output for various users.

Another very useful feature in today’s office is the secure printing, which allows confidential document printing via activation of a pre-allocated password at the system’s operating panel. Users can allocate passwords of their choice to any confidential print jobs stored at the DCC400/320 and the documents can be printed on demand.

Sample of documents can also be printed for checking before proceeding to bulk printing. It’s yet another innovative feature that effectively controls wastage, and help control wastages.

Anyone using FX Document Centre C400 PCL 6 could use the dcc400_w98-me_121_pcl6 driver package 1.2.1. This printer driver should help users get the most out of the hardware and avoid system failures. It can be downloaded directly from the manufacturer’s site, or from this link. Moreover, this driver package also works on FX Document Centre C320 PCL 6 and FX Document Centre C240 PCL 6.

This printer driver update was released on  March 28, 2003 and it can be installed on Windows 2000,  Windows XP,  Windows NT, Windows 2003 as well as on old platforms such as   Windows 95,  Windows 98 and  Windows ME.

In addition, the driver package comes in a .zip file. Therefore, it is best to check the computer if it is capable of opening such file. Applications, such as WinRAR or WinZip, works best on these files.

If downloading the hardware driver manually would be difficult, a driver update tool, such as the one from this link can help download and safely install the appropriate driver of any computer hardware. This application can make driver updates and installations less hassle for users.

 

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dcc400_w98-me_302_ps.zip Driver Update

March 6th, 2003 No comments

Creating professional-looking documents needs a large investment and dedicated staff.  That’s why FujiXerox came up with the DCC400/320 to remove those hurdles.

Under the hood, the machine is driven by Twin-drive micro-tandem technology to produce professional quality without compromising speed. The 400MHz Power PC processor means users can output up to 40 black and white, or 22 full-color images per minute.

The DCC400/320 cuts the ties that bind you to your printer. Using industry-standard IPP printing and ‘email printing’, users can be in the next office or the next country and print as easily as being next to the device.

Now users can print PDFs without having to open Acrobat reader. The DCC400/320 will do the rest, automatically analyzing, processing and printing the files. It’s even easier with the use of email, simply mail or route the messages to the Document Centre for automatic printing.

This feature permits users to set control measures for managing costs on printing, copying, scanning and faxing on the DCC400/320. They can manage the usage rights of up to 1000 users, by configuring the system to limit the output of the copy types as well as the quantity of output for various users.

An invaluable feature in today’s office, secure print allows for the printing of confidential documents, through the activation of a pre-allocated password at the system’s operating panel. Users can allocate passwords of their choice to any confidential print jobs stored at the DCC400/320 and the documents can be printed on demand.

Sample of documents can also be printed for checking before proceeding to bulk printing. It’s yet another innovative feature that effectively controls wastage, and help manage costs.

The DCC400/320 can be directed to commence printing at any specified time. You will find this feature particularly useful for automated printing of time-critical, larger scale print jobs during off-peak hours, which helps reduce congestion during the working day.

To keep FujiXerox  DCC400/320 working at its best, the correct printer driver has to be installed to the system. They can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s site, but if this would be time-consuming, a driver update tool, such as the one from this link can download and safely install the correct printer driver as well as those of other hardware.

Anyone owning a FX Document Centre C400 PS, FX Document Centre C240 PS or FX Document Centre C320 PS could use the dcc400_w98-me_302_ps driver package in order to keep the hardware functional. This can be downloaded from this link. The driver version for this package is 3.0.2, which was released on March 06, 2003. This upgraded printer driver contains resolved issues as well as enhanced functionality. Moreover, this can be installed on computers that runs Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Windows XP as well as on old platforms like Windows 95, Widows 98 and Windows Me.

Another thing is that the driver package comes in a .zip file, so it is best to check if the computer is capable of accessing such file using an application such as WinRAR or WinZip.

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