HP Color LaserJet 4650 Software Reference Guide

Only the HP Color LaserJet 4650hdn comes with a hard disk installed

Only the HP Color LaserJet 4650hdn comes with a hard disk installed

Only the HP Color LaserJet 4650hdn comes with a hard disk installed.
Job Storage
If your HP Color LaserJet 4650 is equipped with a hard disk drive, the Job Storage option
should be enabled and all job storage options are available. If your HP Color LaserJet 4650 is
not equipped with a hard disk drive but has a minimum of 288 MB of memory, limited job storage
options are available. When job storage is enabled, the product can store print jobs so that you
can gain access to those print jobs later at the control panel.
Mopier Mode
The multiple-original print (mopy) function is an HP-designed feature that produces multiple,
collated copies from a single print job. Multiple-original printing (mopying) increases performance
and reduces network traffic by transmitting the job to the printer once, and then storing it in the
printer hard disk. The remainder of the copies are printed at the fastest speed. All documents
that are printed in mopier mode can be created, controlled, managed, and finished from the
computer, which eliminates the extra step of using a photocopier.
When you use the HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5c, or PS Emulation unidriver, mopying is performed in
one of two ways, either through the software or through the product hardware. When the mopier
is enabled, mopying takes place through the product hardware by default. One copy of a multiple-
page print job is transmitted once through the network to the product, together with a printer job
language (PJL) command directing the product to make the specified number of copies.
When you disable the mopier, you are not necessarily disabling mopying, which can still be
performed by the driver through the software rather than the product hardware (the mopying
path that is disabled when you change the Mopy Mode setting to Disabled). However, a
multiple-copy print job sent with the mopier disabled loses the advantage of transmitting the print
job once, since the print job is sent through the network as many times as the number of copies
selected.
Mopier mode and collation
Mopying and collating print jobs are independent but closely related functions. Mopying, the
ability to send original print jobs to the product, is performed by the print driver. Collating can be
controlled by either the print driver or the document software program. The mopying mode is
selected by default in the driver, and can be disabled by changing the Mopier Mode setting on
the Device Settings tab to Disabled.
You can control collation through the print driver by selecting or clearing the Collated check box
on the Advanced  tab. You can clear the check box, which is available only when the Copy
Count option is set to more than 1 copy, to allow the software program to control collation.
To receive uncollated multiple copies of a print job, you must clear the Collated check box and
make sure that the software program collation feature is not selected.
The following table shows the relation between mopier mode settings and collation settings in
the software program and the driver. The first three columns show the settings; the last column,
"Expected result", shows how a 3-page print job would appear.
Table 4-3. Driver Mopier mode and collation settings
Mopier mode Application collation Driver collation Expected result
Disabled
Not selected
Not selected
3 copies uncollated
Disabled
Not selected
Selected
3 copies uncollated
Disabled
Selected
Not selected
3 copies collated
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