I purchased a Versalink C405 about a month ago for my business and every time I print anything slightly abnormal (for instance, a menu, contract) I am receiving a printed error:
OFFENDING COMMAND: cshow
I've searched this through Google & these forums and found no such fix. I've uninstalled & re-installed the printer. I am using a HP laptop running Windows 10, I also have this printer on 2x Apple MacBooks which print everything fine.
Here is a link to just one of many things I am unable to print: drinks list
Can anyone shed light on this?
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I would guess that fonts are the issue, but the fix will change dependant on the driver you use, and with Windows 10 there are many.
There is the Xerox Class driver provided by Microsoft with Windows 10 (I highly advise against it)
I would suggest you install and use the Xerox Global Print driver PS, which you can grab here.
Once installed, go to Start > Control Panel > Devices and Printers.
Right-click the printer and choose Printing Preferences and select the Advanced tab
Expand Driver and change the True type font option dropdown to Download as Soft font
Click Apply > OK
I believe that should probably solve the matter, if not, I would need to know if it happens in a particular application or file-type, and what drivers are failing.
Go back to my post and install the driver I linked in the paragraph before the picture and make the changes to it as shown in the picture