HP Color LaserJet 4650 Software Reference Guide

Driver feature comparison in various, operating systems

Driver feature comparison in various, operating systems

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On your hard disk, locate the print-ready file that you want to print, and then click the file
name to highlight it. Then click Select. The Files dialog box updates and shows the
print-ready file that you want to print under File to download.
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Click Download.
The HP LaserJet Utility starts downloading the file to the product. A progress bar keeps
you updated about how much of the file has been downloaded. While the file is
downloading, the PROCESSING JOB message appears on the product control-panel,
and the the print-ready file prints.
Print-ready file printing by using the LPR command 
This command-line printing method is for use in Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
Complete the following steps to print a print-ready file by using the LPR command.
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Take note of the TCP/IP address on the EIO-Jetdirect page. The EIO-Jetdirect page is the
second page of the Configuration page printout. To print a Configuration page, see
Determining the current level of firmware .
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From a command window, type 
lpr -P IPADDRESS -S IPADDRESS -o l FILENAME
lpr -S <IPADDRESS> -Pbinps <FILENAME>
, where IPADDRESS can be either the
TCP/IP address or the host name of the product, and where FILENAME is the file name of
the print-ready file.
The parameter (-o l) consists of a lowercase "O", not a zero, and a lowercase "L", not the
numeral 1. This parameter sets the transport protocol to binary mode.
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The file prints, but no further messages appear in the command-prompt window.
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Type 
exit
 at the command prompt to close the command window.
Driver-feature comparison in various
operating systems
The following tables detail the software features that are available for each driver type and for
each supported operating system that the HP Color LaserJet 4650 printer supports. The printing-
system drivers for Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows NT 4.0 are the HP Traditional PCL
5c, HP Traditional PCL 6, and PS Emulation drivers. The printing-system drivers for Windows
2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 are the new HP unidrivers, with a user interface
look and feel that is consistent across the HP PCL 5c, HP PCL 6, and PS Emulation unidrivers.
For more information about the HP Traditional HP PCL 6, PCL 5c, and PS Emulation drivers,
see Chapter 3, HP traditional print drivers for Windows. For more information about the HP
PCL 6, HP PCL 5c, and PS Emulation unidrivers, see Chapter 4, HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5c, and HP
PS 3 emulation unidrivers for Windows.
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Driver-feature comparison in various operating systems
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