If you do not remember your current password, use the key or contact your Datacard Service Representative to reset it. This password should be changed upon receipt of the machine. Page Loading Blank Cards In The Input Hopper Insert up to blank cards in the Input Hopper, with the front of the card up and the top edge of the card toward the rear of the i system. If you are encoding Magnetic Stripe cards, place the Magnetic Stripe face down and oriented toward the rear of the i system.
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Page 12 If you select Confirmation for each data block processed, the operator must acknowledge the following message before the printer will continue to the next record. Card-by-card confirmation will reduce throughput. If you select Cache bitmaps in printer memory, the speed of printing can increase significantly when you use Printer type fonts and print the same bitmap for example, a logo on several consecutive cards. Other settings are optional. Page 13 Select whether you want Windows to use your Datacard printer as the default printer.
In most cases you should select No. Click the Finish button. Windows completes the installation of your printer. Go on to the next procedure, Selecting Embossing and Indent Fonts.
Page 14 Selecting Embossing and Indent Fonts The information that follows explains how to identify to your Windows 95 application program which fonts are resident in your Datacard printer and how to complete the software settings. For a complete explanation of printer fonts, see Printer Fonts. Use the following procedure to select the printer fonts and complete the software settings 1. In the Printers window, select your Datacard printer. Then from the File menu, select Properties.
Page 15 4. For the , , and printers, in the Page size area select the card size you are using. The printer driver refers to the card size as the paper size. Select a logical page size to restrict the printing and embossing to legal areas. If your Windows application does not use page sizes, you must manually position your information in the allowable print area.
Be sure to allow a margin of at least 0. Page 16 9. Click OK to close the dialog box. Click OK on the Properties dialog box to save your settings. Go on to the printer configuration options procedure for your printer.
Setting i Printer Configuration Options The following procedure tells how to change the i printer configuration to work with the printer driver. The instructions begin with the printer powered off. Power ON the i. Page 17 Setting 28x Printer Configuration Options The following procedure tells how to change the 28x printer configuration to work with the printer driver for Windows 95 or Setting Customer Engineer Configuration Options 1.
At the Datacard 28x printer front panel, press Esc to go to the Main Menu. Press F3 to choose Set Up. Select F3 to choose Customer Engineer.
When prompted for an access code, press F2 and then F1. Page 18 Setting Supervisor Configuration Options 1. Press F2 to choose Supervisor. When prompted for an access code, press F1 and F2. Verify and set the configuration options identified below.
Use the function keys F1, F2, and F3 to scroll through menus, select a menu, select menu options, and save options. Page 19 Setting Printer Configuration Options The information that follows explains how to change the printer configuration to work with the printer driver for Windows 95 or Disabling Auto Remake 1. The current Auto Remake setting appears. Setting Communication Parameters 1.
Page 20 The current Buffered Mode setting appears. The current Data Conversion setting appears. The current Protocol setting appears. Page 21 Printer Fonts The printer driver for Windows 95 and 98 uses two types of fonts: text and pseudo.
Refer to the tables on the pages that follow for specific fonts that are available. They are available on the with graphics and the Text fonts come in two varieties: TrueType and Printer.
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Index Service manual. Please do not attempt to operate or repair this equipment without adequate training. Any use, operation, or repair in contravention of this document is at your own risk. By acceptance of this system you hereby assume all liability consequent to your use or misuse of this equipment. Datacard assumes no liability for incidental, special, or consequential damage of any kind. Equipment specifications, applications, and options are subject to change at the sole discretion of Datacard without notice. Proprietary Notice All drawings and information herein are the property of Datacard Corporation.
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