I do have a Xerox WorkCentre Pro 128, which has been used on my company for years, with XP users. Right now, I am trying to install the driver for a new user with Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit. I downloaded the PPD driver provided by the Xerox web site.
I installed it. However, when I print a test page, or any other document, the Xerox machine starts printing pages and pages of non-sense fonts and numbers. I do have to manually cancel the job. Otherwise, the printer keeps printing a lot of pages.
I don't know if the driver is incorrect, or there is a tricky checkbox I have not selected on the advanced menu. If anyone has a tip or suggestion, I will really appreciate it.
This is due to your machine most likely not having the PostScript Kit installed. I would contact your local sales agency to see if you can purchase this kit. I do not believe it is possible since this machine is on "Stop Order Taking".
Before I tried the above method I would visit http://www.xerox.com/support and type in the Machine Model and then visit the Download section. Navigate to the Windows Vista x64 bit drivers and select the PCL driver. You can use the Windows Vista driver on XP.
I didn't call to the local Xerox guys. I tried first with the Vista 64-bit driver, just as you said, and it worked! Thanks a lot for your help.
I have an 8825 (serial number EV4), and I had the same problem (no Win7 64-bit support). I used the 510 (serial number YKE) driver and it works fine. It is the FreeFlow Accxes Drivers v 14.0.4:
good news, xerox released a new PCL driver for the 123/128 series, its avaible on the download section
NO ps though...