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Thank you for purchasing Toshiba Tec’s GA-1031 Printer Unit. This operator's manual explains how to set up the printer, correctly use its functions, and troubleshoot when something goes wrong. Read this manual before using your printer unit. Keep this operator's manual within easy reach so that you may use it to achieve quality printing results every time and make the most of your printer's functions. *This operator’s manual applies to the printing functions of the GA-1031.

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.......................................... 19 INSTALLING THE AGFA FONT MANAGER ....................... 24 Getting Started with AGFA Font Manager .............. 35 Printing Through an Application ......................................................... 6 SETUP FLOW ....................................................................................... 49 [Watermark] Tab ........................................................................................................................................... 10 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER .......................... 47 [Cover Sheet] Tab ........................................................... 34 Setting the Initial Values for Printing .................................................... 51 Watermark Detail Screen ................................................................. 9 INSTALLED COMPONENTS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 33 DISPLAYING THE PRINTER PROPERTIES ............................................................................................................................. 17 UNINSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER . 47 Relationship with Application Settings ....... 56 [PS] Tab ....................................... 60 2 .......................................................................... 5 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ............................ 7 s INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER ............................................................................................................................................... or its equivalent ................................................................................. 36 SCREEN DETAILS ............................... 11 Installing the Printer Driver ........ 28 Canceling a Print Job .................................................................................................................................................. 27 PRINTING (Windows) .......................................................................................... 6 Macintosh ............................................ 16 Setting the Options Configuration ................................. 28 Printing .................... 55 For the PCL6 Driver........................................................... 53 [Print Quality] Tab .......................... 10 Features of the TOSHIBA Status Display ........................................................................... 25 s PRINTING ....................................................................................................................................... 10 Features of Each Printer Driver ....................................................................................... 55 For the PS Driver ............................................................................................................................................................... 31 s SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ...................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS s INTRODUCTION ................... 23 Description of Screen ............ 37 [Output] Tab ............. 10 Copying PageMaker PPD File ............. 39 Relationship Between Paper Sizes and Reproduction Ratio ...................................................................... 6 PC/AT machine...... 20 Uninstall AGFA Font Manager ....................................................................... 20 Install AGFA Font Manager ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................

. 91 Test Print ............................................................................................................................... 105 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRINTER UNIT ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 94 Restore Factory Default................................. 84 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER PRINTING SETTINGS FOR PRINTING TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION s OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL ........................................................................ 107 Configuration Page ............................................................................ 63 [Other] Tab ....................................... 115 Group Management List Page......... 108 NIC Status Page ........................................................................... ............................................. 103 s SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION................................................................................................................................ 65 INTRODUCTION s TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION ......... 89 Continuous Print ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................[Option] Tab ................................................................ 76 [Test Print] Tab .................................................................. 73 [Printer Setting] Tab ......................................... 116 3 .................................................. 109 PCL Font List ............................................................................................................................................................. 96 Menu List ...................................................................... 82 [Configuration] Tab .......................................................................................................... 87 PRINTER MODE .................................................................................................. 67 STARTING TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY .................. 107 Demo Page ............................... 71 Screen Details .................................... 100 TOSHIBA Status Display Error Messages. 68 System Requirements ...................................................................................... 88 Cancel Job ...................................................... 100 Message Display Panel Error Messages ............................................................................................................ 110 PS Font List ................................................. 97 OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL TROUBLESHOOTING s TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................... 71 [Paper] Tab .......................... 92 Detect Paper Mismatch ............................................................................. 106 TEST PRINT SAMPLE .......................................................................................................................... 99 INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER WHEN AN ERROR MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED.......................................... 79 [PCL Font] Tab .................................................................... 95 Letter Head Paper .................................................................. 102 WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE PERFORMED............................................... 113 Status Log ................................................................. 68 Screen Views .......................................................................................................................................................... 70 PRINTER SETTING ......................................................................................... 90 Form Feed ......................... 81 [NIC Configuration] Tab ............................................ 69 Description of Screens ................................................................................................

...........LIST OF INTERNAL PCL FONTS ................................. 117 LIST OF INTERNAL PS FONTS ........................................................... 119 PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS ........................................ 121 4 ...........................................

INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 5 .

8.6. • Hardware Display Resolution : 640 x 480 dots or more • OS Mac OS 8. and on a peerto-peer network via TCP/IP or IPX/SPX. 8.0. 9.SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS This machine can be connected to the following computers.Network Setup”.0 SUPPLEMENT: To use this machine with Macintosh. 6 . or NetWare server. Windows 2000 Server.0 Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional Operating System Macintosh This machine can be used in the network via AppleTalk (Ethernet). or its equivalent This machine can be used in local mode via a parallel printer cable. refer to “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR PRINTER FUNCTION .0 Microsoft Windows NT Server Network Operating System 4. PC/AT machine. as well as on a client-server network via Windows NT 4.5.0 Server. • Hardware Display Resolution : 640 x 480 dots or more • OS Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System Microsoft Windows Me Operating System Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Operating System 4.

”) Configure Options. Install the Printer Driver Setup the [Option] Tab Install the appropriate Printer Driver for the Operating System used.Setting the Options Configuration”) SUPPLEMENT: This machine can be used as a printer on a client-server network with Windows NT/2000 server or NetWare server.SETUP FLOW INTRODUCTION Print job transmission Computer e-STUDIO16/20/25 Using the printer when connected by parallel cable to a computer running Windows 95/98/Me/ NT/2000/XP.Network Setup” for further details. or on a peer-to-peer TCP/IP and IPX/SPX network. 7 . Refer to “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR PRINTER FUNCTION . (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER .Installing the Printer Driver. Using this machine as a network printer requires an optional network interface card. Also this machine can be used as a printer with Macintosh when it connects to the network. (See “INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER .

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INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER 9 .

such as a paper jam. whenever certain events occur on the printer. q This CD-ROM contains a "README" file which describes precautions to note about the printer drivers and various applications. It is recommended for printing at high resolution from ProstScript-capable applications and printing a document with EPS images. The system can report them to users. Be certain to use the right tools for your OS. 10 . paper out.INSTALLED COMPONENTS The printer software installation includes the printer drivers and the TOSHIBA Status Display. Features of the TOSHIBA Status Display The TOSHIBA Status Display can monitor the printer status. NOTES: q The Printer Drivers and TOSHIBA Status Display is provided for each OS. Please read it before installing the Printer Drivers and TOSHIBA Status Display. PS : PS driver is compatible with a PostScript Level 2 printer. Features of Each Printer Driver Several printer drivers are available for this machine. Users can also set the printer configuration information through the system. PCL 6 : The PCL 6 driver is recommended for printing graphics. SUPPLEMENT: Several printer drivers may be installed on one computer. Please select the appropriate driver when printing to achieve optimal output. and so on.

0. see the “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR PRINTER FUNCTION . or when the printer drivers and the TOSHIBA Status Display is installed via the network. 2 Click on a language of your Operating System. G To install the printer driver to Windows NT 4. see the Windows manual. Windows 2000. However.exe” in the Menu folder of the CD-ROM. The setting details are similar for Windows 98. 11 . the Windows Plug-and-Play function automatically starts the installation of the device driver in some environments. double-click on “TOSHIBA_e- STUDIO16_20_25. Windows Me. NOTE: G Before installing the printer drivers and TOSHIBA Status Display. G If the menu screen is not automatically displayed. Windows 2000. Widnows NT. A log on must be performed as a member of Administrators or Power Users group. This will ensure that all printer drivers and TOSHIBA Status Display components are installed at the same time. For further details on access rights. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER SUPPLEMENTS: G This manual describes settings for Windows 95. and Windows XP.0/2000 or XP when your e-STUDIO16/20/25 is connected in local mode. You can install the printer drivers by following this function as well as through the Windows Add Printer prompts. please be sure to exit all programs. that may be found in Windows Explorer. Installing the Printer Driver 1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER This section describes the installation of the printer drivers and the Status Display to Windows 95/98/Me/NT4. or Windows XP. If your e-STUDIO16/20/25 is connected to a peer-to-peer type network or client server network. it is highly recommended that you select cancel at all prompts and install from the CD-ROM. G The menu screen appears. G When your e-STUDIO16/20/25 is connected in local mode.Network Setup”. “Full Control” access rights will be necessary.

G Click on [Setup for Windows 95/98/Me] for Windows 95/98/Me. G Click on [Setup for Windows2000/XP] for Windows 2000/XP. G The Software License Agreement screen appears. 12 . Please be sure to read through the agreement.0. G Click on [Setup for WindowsNT4. G The Welcome screen appears.3 Click on [Setup printer driver & utility].0] for Windows NT4. G The User Information screen appears. 5 Click on [Next]. 6 Click on [Yes]. 4 Click on the Setup for Windows button of your Windows Version.

INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER For information on the group number to be set. q Group Number: Set the group number with a value from 1 to 20. 13 . 9 10 Click on [Next].7 Select the [Group Number]. q The Select Local printer or Network printer screen appears. ask your administrator. Check the emulation to be used. and click on [Next].Network Setup”. 8 Select the “Emulation” and “Default Paper. You can install multiple drivers in one installation. q The Printer Name screen appears.” q Emulation: This designates the type of driver. q The Setup Type screen appears. q Default Paper: Select the default paper to be used. and click on [Next]. Select “Local Printer” and click on [Next]. q If your e-STUDIO16 is connected to a peer -topeer type network or client server network. 11 Select the Local Port "LPT1:". see “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR PRINTER FUNCTION . q The Select the Local Port screen appears.

] button: The Available Disk Space screen appears from which a disk drive with sufficient space to install the application can be selected. If you do not need to change the name. 14 Select the drive and path for the components to be installed. q [Change Path] button: The Select Folder screen appears from which a folder can be selected or created to install the application into.. the Status Display Option screen appears. 13 Check the components you want to install. and click on [Next]. click on [Next]. 15 Click on [Next]. q Toshiba e-STUDIO16/20/25 Status Display: Install the TOSHIBA Status Display. q The default printer name is automatically entered. q If you checked on “Toshiba e-STUDIO16/20/25 Status Display” to be installed.. q Readme: Install the README.TXT for the TOSHIBA Status Display.12 Enter the printer name. 14 . q [Disk Space. q The Select Components screen appears.

q If you want the Status Display to be started automatically when the computer is started. 17 Select the Program Folder to be created. click on [No]. NOTE: If you use the TOSHIBA Viewer. The Status Display and the TOSHIBA Viewer cannot be used at the same time. After completing the file copy. the Setup Complete screen appears. q Start the file copy. q The Select Program Folder screen appears. please select [No]. q The Start Copying Files screen appears. q If you want the Status Display to be started manually. 15 .16 Decide whether the Status Display is automatically started. 18 Click on [Next]. and click on [Next]. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER click on [Yes].

This enables local area network clients to print with the eSTUDIO16/20/25 via the shared printer. This file is used to make printer-specific functions available and to provide optimum printing. q The directory of “PPD4” folder in the Adobe PageMaker program folder is usually “C:\PM65\RSRC\ENGLISH\PPD4”. refer to the Windows manual or on-line help. 20 Complete the installation and restart your computer.19 Select “Yes. SUPPLEMENT: The PPD (PostScript Printer Description) file contains descriptions of printer-specific functions and information.PPD” to “\RSRC\ENGLISH\PPD4” folder in the Adobe PageMaker Program folder. Browse the “\English\eSTUDIO\PageMaker” folder in the CD-ROM. you must copy the PPD file to your Adobe PageMaker program folder. Copy the “TSBEST16. SUPPLEMENT: The installed printer driver can be used as a network print queue by setting this printer driver as a shared printer.” and click on [Finish]. . Copying the PageMaker PPD File If you would like to print using the PS printer driver from Adobe PageMaker. For further information about a shared printer. I want to restart my computer now. q You must restart Windows before using the printer drivers and software. 1 2 3 16 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.

3 Click on [Option] tab.Setting the Options Configuration Before printing with the pritner driver. 2 Select the icon for the printer. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER 1 Click on the [Start] button. The functions of the printer driver for printing vary depeding on the Options. you have to set the Options Configuration at the printer driver. 17 . click on [Settings] and click on [Printers]. and select [Properties] from the [File] menu. q The properties screen of the printer driver appears.

4 Select the installed options for each items. q Stack Feed Bypass Selects this when the Bypass Tray is installed. q Duplex Unit Selects whether or not the Duplex Unit is installed. SUPPLEMENT: For further information about [Option] tab. The Large Capacity Feeder is an option for e-STUDIO20/25 Sereis only. q Others Select this when other optional devices are installed. 18 . refer to “SETTING FOR PRINTING .[Option] Tab” 5 Click on [OK] to save the settings. q Large Capacity Feeder This selects how the Large Capacity Feeder is installed. q Option Cassette This selects how the optional cassettes are installed.

q The INFORMATION screen appears. click on [OK]. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER Please make sure that all Toshiba printer utilities have been shut-down before uninstalling. 4 Click on [OK]. q The shortcut to the Uninstall. are q If the TOSHIBA Status Display has not been installed to your computer. the TOSHIBA Status Display will no longer be available. 2 3 Click on [Yes]. within the "Programs" folder. q If you only delete the printer icon from the Printers folder.UNINSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER SUPPLEMENTS: q If only printer drivers were installed by means of "Add Printers" or "Plug-and-Play". q Your computer is restarted. After removing programs completed. then just delete the printer icons from the Printer folder. the INFORMATION screen does not appear and complete the uninstallation.exe. 19 . 1 Run the Uninstall.exe can be found in the "Toshiba e-STUDIO" folder. q Start removing programs. q The Confirm File Deletion screen appears.

0 or higher must be installed on your computer. 20 . uninstall. 4 Click on the [Setup]. 1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. q The menu screen appears. double-click on “TOSHIBA_e-STUDIO16_20_25. preview and categorize fonts on a computer. NOTE: To install the AGFA Font Manager. qThe Choose Setup Language screen appears. that may be found in Windows Explorer.exe” in the Menu folder of the CD-ROM.INSTALLING THE AGFA FONT MANAGER Install AGFA Font Manager The AGFA Font Manager application is used to install. 2 3 Click on a language of your Operating System. or when the AGFA Font Manager is installed via the network. Click on the [Setup Font Manager]. q If the menu screen is not automatically displayed. Internet Explorer 4.

. q [Disk Space. 7 Check the components you want to install. q The Select Components screen appears.. 9 Click on [Next]. q Programs Files: Installs the AGFA Font Manager program. 8 Select the drive and path for the components to be installed..] button: The Select Folder screen appears from which a folder can be selected or created to install the application into. qThe Welcome screen appears. q [Browse.] button: The Available Disk Space screen appears from which a disk drive with sufficient space to install the application can be selected. 21 . q Installation of the AGFA Font Manager and fonts begins.. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER 6 Click on [Next]. q Fonts: Installs the default fonts to the AGFA Font Manager.5 Select a language and click on [OK].

10 Click on [OK]. the “AGFA Font Manager” may not be installed correctly. the message that announces you to restart your computer is displayed. SUPPLEMENT: When installing the AGFA Font Manager from Windows 95. It is recommended to restart your computer before using the AGFA Font Manager on Windows 95. review the Readme file now!”. q If you want to skip this process. check on “Simply complete the installation”. 11 Click [Finish]. q If you want to view the Readme file. q The installation is completed. 22 . never take out the CD-ROM. check on “Yes. Otherwise.IMPORTANT: While installation is under way.

q Start removing programs. It is recommended to restart your computer after uninstalling the AGFA Font Manager from Windows 95.exe.0" program group folder. 23 .exe can be found in the "AGFA Font Manager 2. 2 3 Click on [Yes]. 1 INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER Run the Uninstall.Uninstall AGFA Font Manager Please make sure that all programs have been shut-down before uninstalling. within the "Programs" folder. q The shortcut to the Uninstall. q The Confirm File Deletion screen appears. Click on [OK]. q Complete the uninstall process. SUPPLEMENT: When uninstalling the AGFA Font Manager from Windows 95. the message that announces you to restart your computer is displayed.

It is from this list that you can select fonts to install in Windows. AGFA Font Manager has a control bar to allow quick access to basic functions. NOTE: For further details and operation of the AGFA Font Manager.AGFA Font Manager can manage your fonts in Windows. Font collections can represent different working scenarios. Displays the group of fonts which are installed and active under Windows. It can: q Install and uninstall fonts in Windows. Create. Font grouping allows you to create custom collections of fonts and give them meaningful names. 24 . q Sort your fonts in a variety of ways. delete. q Create font groups for personal or workgroup projects. Please see the Help to learn more about them. q Preview the fonts on your computer or network. or different styles you want to convey. q Load new fonts from distribution diskettes. different users of your computer. Description of Screen Menu Control Bar Available Fonts Installed Fonts Font Groups q Menu q Control Bar q Available Fonts q Installed Fonts q Font Groups AGFA Font Manager conveniently allows you to access basic operations through menu items. press F1 to display the HELP window. etc. q Search your local and network drives for fonts. and modify the font groups. Displays the list of available fonts. Please see the Help to learn more about them.

q Click on [OK]. 25 . Use Help For more information about AGFA Font Manager. q Click on [Preview] button. CD-ROMs. q Click [OK] in the [Print Samples] dialog box to print the samples. Search for Fonts You can search for fonts on floppy disks. q Click on [Install] button. choose Help Topics in the Help menu. Print Font Samples q Select a font in the Available Fonts list or Installed Fonts list. INSTALLING THE PRINTER DRIVER View Font Samples q Select a font in the Available Fonts list or Installed Fonts list. Uninstall Fonts q Select one or more fonts to be uninstalled from the Installed Fonts list. q Click [Print] button. q Use the [Search] button.Getting Started with AGFA Font Manager Install Fonts q Select one or more fonts to install from the Available Fonts list (the left list box). or a network drive. q Click on [Un-install] button. your local drive. q Select where you want to search for fonts.

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PRINTING PRINTING 27 .

. For further details.]. IMPORTANT: The printing procedure may vary depending on the application.. q The [Page Setup for Printer] screen appears.] in the [File] menu.. then click on [Page Setup.0/2000/XP applications and how to cancel a print job. q The [Page Setup] screen appears. 28 .. 2 Click on [Printer. The application “WordPad” is used as an example.PRINTING (Windows) The following describes the printing procedure for Windows 95/98/Me/NT4. refer to the instructions and the HELP menu attached to the application. Printing 1 Open a WordPad document.

set at "Auto Select".3 Select the printer driver installed for the e-STUDIO16/20/25. If no particular feeder is required. then click on [OK]. q Set the [Source] field to a paper feeder which contains paper corresponding to the selected paper size. or the name as it was displayed on the icon in the Window's [Printer] folder. 5 Click on [Print. then click on [OK].] in the [File] menu. q The [Print] screen appears.. q Set the [Size] field to an appropriate paper size.. 29 . 4 Select the paper size and feeding direction. PRINTING IMPORTANT: q The [Name] displayed here is the name given to the printer driver when it was installed.

q Check the printout. etc. see “TROUBLESHOOTING-WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE PERFORMED. SUPPLEMENT: If you can not print. click on [Properties] for the printer driver settings.” 7 8 Click on the [OK] button..). see the “PRINTER DRIVER SETTINGS. The printed pages come out.. Layout printing. q Printing begins. For information on the printer driver properties. 30 .” . SUPPLEMENT: For printing in various forms (enlarged/reduced printing.6 Make sure the [Name] field corresponds to the name of the installed printer.

PRINTING 2 3 Select the document to be canceled. q The printer window appears. q Alternatively. 31 . Click on [Cancel Printing] in the [Document] menu. q The selected document is deleted.Canceling a Print Job 1 Double-click on the printer icon displayed in the Windows Taskbar. you can open the Window's Printer folder and double-click the printer icon to display pending print jobs. and printing is canceled.

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Print Quality. The new settings will be effective only for that application. Watermark. Cover Sheet. even the initial values are changed in some applications. Sharing. Print Quality. Other • For the PS driver: Output. Details. [Ports]. Setting the Printer Properties through the Print Dialog of each application: q For printing through an application. Windows 2000. [Security]. Other • For the PS driver: General. Watermark. Other SUPPLEMENTS: q [Color Management] is additionally displayed for Windows 98. Details. only [General]. Output.0. Please note. and [Option] are displyed. [Ports]. those settings will no longer be effective. [Scheduling]. Cover Sheet. [Sharing]. Other 34 . The tabs displayed vary depending on the way the properties are set up. There are two ways to display the Printer’s Properties. Print Quality. [Color Management]. [Security]. Print Quality. however. [Advanced]. Windows Me. Option. only [General]. Cover Sheet. Output. and [Option] are displyed. Watermark. When printing in any other application. Sharing. q For displaying the Printer Properties through the Printers folder on Windows 2000 and Windows XP. PS. you may change required items from the initial values. Watermark.DISPLAYING THE PRINTER PROPERTIES The printer can handle various printing situations by changing the Printer's Properties settings. Cover Sheet. and Windows XP. Option. q For displaying the Printer Properties through the Printers folder on Windows NT4. [Sharing]. q The following tabs are displayed: • For the PCL6 driver: Output. PS. Setting initial values of the Printer Properties through the Printers Folder: The following tabs are displayed: • For the PCL6 driver: General.

Setting the Initial Values for Printing The settings here will be the initial values of settings for printing through applications: 1 Click on the [Start] button. and select [Properties] from the [File] menu. 35 . click on [Settings] and click on [Printers]. 3 The properties screen of the printer appears. SETTINGS FOR PRINTING 2 Select the icon for the printer.

. q The [Print] screen appears. The procedure to display the properties vary for each application.Printing Through an Application Let’s explain the procedure using “WordPad” as an example. 3 The property screen of the printer appears. 2 Click on [Properties].. see the instructions for the application or see the HELP menu. 36 . For further details. 1 Click on [Print.] in the [File] menu.

[PS]. [Cover Sheet]. For further details. or the name as it is displayed on the icon in the Window's Printer folder. 37 . are related to the functions of Windows. SUPPLEMENTS: q The following description covers the tabs exclusive to settings for this printer: • For the PCL6 driver [Output] [Cover Sheet] [Watermark] [Print Quality] [Option] [Other] • For the PS2 driver [Output] [Cover Sheet] [Watermark] [Print Quality] [PS] [Option] [Other] q Other tabs displayed. Clicking on a tab will display the contents of the selected tab. except [Output]. [Option]. [Watermark]. and [Other]. see the instructions for Windows or the HELP menu. [Print Quality]. The tabs displayed vary depending on the way the proprieties are set up. ➁ Menu Tabs The menu items of the printer driver are displayed as tabs.SCREEN DETAILS ➀ ➁ ➂ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➃ ➄ ➀ Printer Name ➅ ➆ ➇ Displays the name given to the printer driver when it is installed.

➄ [OK] Click on this to enter the input settings and complete the printer driver settings. see the instructions for each tab on the following pages. This button is not provided on various tabs. ➃ [Restore Defaults] Click on this to return the settings to the original factory defaults. some settings may differ from those in the printer driver. Also. ➇ [Help] Click on this when you want to see the HELP texts for the printer driver. ➆ [Apply] Click on this to enter the input settings. ➅ [Cancel] Click on this to cancel the input settings and exit the printer driver properties menu. In such cases. 38 . For further details. please see the instructions for each application. SUPPLEMENT: Some applications may require their own settings.➂ Setting Contents Contents for each selected tab are displayed.

sorting. Selecting the “A” System sets “A4” as the initial paper size. the default paper size value is set. q A3 q A4 q A5 q A6 q B4 q B5 q LEDGER q LEGAL q LETTER q STATEMENT q COMPUTER q FOLIO 39 . duplex printing.[Output] Tab The [Output] tab sets the properties of the paper for printing. ➀ ➁➂ ➃ ➄ 16 ➅ ➆ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING 15 ➇ ➈ ➉ 11 12 14 13 ➀ Paper Size This selects the size of paper for printing. and selecting the “LT” system sets “LETTER”. even/odd page printing. destination designation. the gutter or margin space. layout printing (printing multiple pages on one sheet). and profile. as the initial paper size. NOTE: By selecting the Main Paper Size during installation of the printer driver.

q Labels Select this when using label paper. NOTE: It is set to “Plain paper” when shipped from the factory. q Cassette3 (Optional) Feeds paper from the Lower Recording Paper Tray. When different sized paper is loaded on several paper sources. This is available only when the Bypass Tray is installed.” NOTE: It is set to “Portrait” as a factory default. q Cassette4 (Optional for e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Feeds paper from the cassette module at the Lower Recording Paper Tray. q Large Capacity Feeder (Optional for e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Paper is fed from the Large Capacity Feeder. q Letter Head Select this when using letterhead paper. q Plain paper Select this when using general plain paper. This is available only when the Bypass Tray is installed. select a paper source that correlates with the appropriate size. This is available only when A4 or LETTER is selected for the Paper Size. You can set any integer from 1 to 999. NOTE: It is set to “Auto Select” as a factory default. q Cassette2 (Optional) Feeds paper from the Middle Recording Paper Tray. q Cardstocks Select this when using cardstock paper. NOTE: It is set to “1” as a factory default.➁ Location This selects the source for feeding paper. ➄ Number of Copies This sets the number of printed copies. ➃ Media type This sets the media type of the paper. 40 . to either “Portrait” or “Landscape. ➂ Orientation This sets the paper printing direction. This is available only when the Bypass Tray is installed. q Transparencies Select this when using transparent sheets. q Cassette1 Feeds paper from the Upper Recording Paper Tray. q Auto Select Automatically selects the paper set in the printer according to the document size for feeding. q Stack Feed Bypass (Optional) Paper is fed from the Bypass Tray.

SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➇ Duplex (available only when the Duplex Unit is installed) Enables duplex printing (printing on both sides of paper) and the type of binding for the duplex-printed pages. q None Select this when no gutter is to be set.1 mm.00 inches in units of 0. q Left Select this when the gutter is set on the left side. Book: Binds paper to be opened vertically. q Tablet Select this to bind along the horizontal side of the paper. NOTE: This is not available when “Magazine Sort” is selected at “Sort Mode”.01 inch.0 mm) as a factory default.39 inches (10.8 mm in units of 0.0 to 50. select “inch” and select a value from 0. 41 . Book Tablet SUPPLEMENT: The icons of Book and Tablet on the Duplex Printing screen vary according to the Orientation and the Layout Printing. For duplex printing. Tablet: Binds paper to be opened horizontally. NOTE: It is set with “None” when shipped from the factory. For setting in millimeters. ➆ Width This sets the gutter width in millimeters or inches. Click on the Duplex icon. and select the desired type of binding.39 to 2. q Right Select this when the gutter is set on the right side. For setting in inches. q Top Select this when the gutter is set on the top of the paper.➅ Binding Margin This selects whether or not the Binding Margin is set on the paper to be printed. check the box. q Book Select this to bind along the vertical side of paper. NOTE: It is set at 0. select “mm” and select a value from 10.

i. 2. 42 . For sort printing. 2. 3... This is available only when [Finisher Tray1] or [Finisher Tray2] is selected at [Destination]. 2. 1.e.).2. q Group Select this for group-printing (1. NOTE: The “Sort” check box is checked as a factory default.➈ Sort Mode When numerous copies are made of the same document.1. to print copies of the same pages as a group). q Staple (e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Select this to staple at upper left in the paper. printed sheets can be sorted. select the sort mode desired.. 2... This function is useful for easy collation of printed material. Click on the Sort icon.. and click on [OK].. Sort Group Staple Alternate Group Alternate Sort Magazine Sort q Sort Select this for sort-printing (1. 3. 1.. check the box.

) and the direction of the output is alternated to stack. the printer automatically performs sorting of the printed pages and 2 in 1 printing.. and FOLIO.2.. q Alternate Sort Select this for sort-printing and alternating the direction of the stacked output. LEDGER.. B4. COMPUTER. 2. 2..1. 3. A5.. [Output Paper Size] is the only option for selection. 3... The 10 mm of the binding margin is automatically set in the center of paper. 2. SUPPLEMENT: SETTINGS FOR PRINTING When you select Magazine Sort. STATEMENT. 1.) and the direction of the output is alternated to stack.. q Magazine Sort is available on A3. 1. LETTER. NOTE: This is not available if the Duplex Unit is not installed. LEGAL. The sort-printing is performed (1. 2. [Zoom] and [Enlarge/Reduce] is not available. q Alternate Group Select this for group-printing and alternating the direction of the stacked output. B5. A4. 43 . q When Magazine Sort is selected. The group-printing is performed (1. The 2 in 1 printing is done by changing the reduction rate according to the binding margin.q Magazine Sort Select this for booklet making.

q 4-in-1 reverse landscape Printed images from 4 pages are placed starting in the upper right corner moving horizontally on one page. check the box. Click on the Layout Printing icon. 44 . q 4-in-1 right order landscape Printed images from 4 pages are placed starting in the upper left corner moving horizontally on one page. For Layout Printing. 2-in-1 right order 2-in-1 reverse order 4-in-1 right order landscape 4-in-1 reverse landscape 4-in-1 right order portrait q 2-in-1 right order 4-in-1 reverse portrait 9-in-1 16-in-1 Printed images from 2 pages are placed in the left to right sequence on one page. q 16-in-1 Printed images from 16 pages are placed on one page. select the desired illustration. Layout Printing is not available. q 4-in-1 right order portrait Printed images from 4 pages are placed starting in the upper left corner moving vertically on one page. q 2-in-1 reverse portrait Printed images from 2 pages are placed in the right to left sequence on one page. When Magazine Sort is selected. Enlarge/Reduce Printing is not available. NOTE: When Layout Printing is selected. and click on [OK].➉ Layout Printing This sets Layout printing (to print multiple reduce-sized images on one page). Layout printing is not enabled as a factory default. q 4-in-1 reverse portrait Printed images from 4 pages are placed starting in the upper right corner moving vertically on one page. q 9-in-1 Printed images from 9 pages are placed on one page.

NOTE: Even/Odd is not enabled as a factory default. select either even page only or odd page only. Odd Page Only Even Page Only q Odd Page Only Prints odd pages of the document. q When the “Orientation” is set to “Portrait”: 2-in-1 right order 2-in-1 reverse 4-in-1 right order landscape 4-in-1 reverse landscape SETTINGS FOR PRINTING 4-in-1 right order portrait 4-in-1 reverse portrait 9-in-1 16-in-1 q When the “Orientation” is set to “Landscape”: 2-in-1 right order 4-in-1 right order landscape 4-in-1 reverse landscape 4-in-1 right order portrait 4-in-1 reverse portrait 9-in-1 16-in-1 11 Even/Odd Check this when you want to print only even pages or odd pages. 45 . and click on [OK]. Click on the Even/Odd Printing icon.SUPPLEMENTS: Placement of Layout Printing: The layout on the page differs depending on the “Orientation” setting. q Even Page Only Prints even pages of the document. It is not available when the Duplex printing or the Sort mode is selected.

NOTE: “Actual Size” is selected when shipped from the factory. SUPPLEMENTS: q When a watermark is designated. q Zoom Enlarge/reduce printing is achieved by designating the zoom ratio. q Offset Stack (Available only when the Finisher and the Offset Stacker are installed and selected on the Option tab. q Paper Output Tray Select this to route the output to the Paper Output Tray.) Select this to route the output to the Upper Tray of the Job Separator. q Finisher Tray1 (e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Upper Tray of the Finisher. The paper size remains unchanged. q Actual Size Select this for printing the original at 100 %.) Check the check box to perform Offset Stacking. q Job Separator Upper Tray (Available only when the Job Separator is installed and selected on the Option tab. Any integer from 25 to 400 (%) can be set for the zoom ratio. q Output Paper Size Enlarge/reduce printing is performed based upon the size of the paper to be copied on. When “Magazine Sort” is selected.) Select this to route the output to the Lower Tray of the Job Separator. This is available only when the Finisher is installed and selected on the Option tab. q When no gutter is set in Binding Margin. Set the size of the copy paper. q Job Separator Lower Tray (Available only when the Job Separator is installed and selected on the Option tab. Set the zoom ratio for printing using a numeric value. This is available only when the Finisher is installed and selected on the Option tab. NOTE: “Paper Output Tray” is selected as a factory default. Enlarge/Reduce Printing is not available when: • “Layout Printing” is checked. the designated watermark is enlarged/reduced for printing. 13 Enlarge/Reduce This changes the size of the printed image on the page. q Finisher Tray2 (e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Lower Tray of the Finisher. 46 . “Zoom” is not available. the designated Width is retained without being influenced by the enlarge/reduce printing.12 Destination This selects the destination of the output.

Application Setting Collate ON (Sort) ON (Sort) ON (Sort) ON (Sort) ON (Sort) ON (Sort) OFF (Group) OFF (Group) OFF (Group) OFF (Group) OFF (Group) OFF (Group) Driver Setting Sort Mode Offset Sort ON Sort OFF Group ON Group OFF Alternate Sort OFF Alternate Group OFF Sort ON Sort OFF Group ON Group OFF Alternate Sort OFF Alternate Group OFF Result Sort Mode Sort Sort Sort (Not Group) Sort (Not Group) Sort (Not AS) Sort (Not AG) Sort Sort Group Group AS AG Offset OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF 47 . The driver settings.Relationship Between Paper Sizes and Reproduction Ratio Output Size A3 A4 A5 B4 B5 LEDGER LEGAL LETTER STATEMENT COMPUTER Paper Size A3 100 71 50 86 61 94 73 67 47 85 A4 141 100 71 122 86 133 103 94 67 120 A5 200 141 100 173 122 189 146 133 94 169 A6 B4 115 82 57 100 71 109 89 77 54 98 B5 163 115 82 141 100 154 119 109 77 138 LEDGER LEGAL LETTER STATEMENT COMPUTER FOLIO Unit : % 97 69 49 59 69 97 58 63 84 102 119 69 100 110 60 72 84 119 71 78 100 121 129 200 108 131 78 100 100 154 84 103 65 78 100 129 78 85 50 60 65 100 54 65 82 100 119 165 100 108 FOLIO 71 100 141 82 115 75 93 97 SETTINGS FOR PRINTING 118 84 138 97 195 138 115 82 127 90 150 82 100 Relationship with Application Settings The some applications enable to collate pages (Group) or not to collate page (Sort) when you print multiple copies of a document. such as Sort Mode and Offset settings. may not be applied for the printing result according to the “Collate” setting at the “Print” screen of an application. The table below shows how the machine prints the output according to the relationship between the application settings and driver settings.

NOTE: Profiles are unnamed when shipped from the factory. Click on [OK]. q The Delete Profile screen appears. Creating a Setting Profile 1 2 Click on [Save]. 16 Setting Confirmation Screen An illustration of the current settings is displayed graphically. 15 Setting Confirmation List The current settings for the printer driver are displayed.14 Profile Special print settings or frequently used settings can be saved in the copier’s memory. Deleting a Setting Profile 1 2 3 Select the profile name to be deleted. q The Profile screen appears. Click on [Delete]. q Up to 20 digits can be entered for the profile name. and click on [OK]. Enter the profile name. 48 . Printing can be performed by selecting the specific setting.

49 . q Location Selects the cassette that supplies paper for the cover sheet. q Blank Select this button to add a blank cover sheet. “Magazine Sort”. back cover sheet. or “Even/Odd” is selected) Check this box to enable the cover sheet mode. q Printing Select this button to print the first page of the document using different paper. This is useful when you want to add or print a cover page on different colored paper. “Layout Printing”. A different paper source can be specified.[Cover Sheet] Tab This tab is used to add a blank cover sheet. ➀ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➀ Cover Sheet (Not available when “Duplex”. fed from a specified paper source. or print a first page on different paper fed from a selected location. and/or different sized paper. The back cover sheet is inserted as a blank sheet. q Adding Blank Back Cover Check this check box when a back cover sheet is required.

is selected to supply paper for the first or last page covers.SUPPLEMENT: q Cover Sheet A cassette other than the primary paper source. Ex: 3 pages printed on one side of paper 1) Front cover insertion 2) Front cover printing 3) Front cover insertion and back cover insertion Blank front cover sheet Print a first page Blank front cover sheet on different paper as a front cover sheet Blank back cover sheet 50 . The cover sheets can be inserted and printed on.

51 . ➃ [Edit] Click on this to edit a Watermark. ➀ ➆ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➇ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➀ Watermark This specifies the Watermark to be used or edited.[Watermark] Tab This places a Watermark over the text of a printed document. q Nothing Select this when a Watermark is not required. q Company Confidential q Company Private q Company Proprietary q Confidential q COPY q Copyright q Draft q File Copy q Final q For Internal Use Only q Preliminary q Proof q Review Copy q Sample q Top Secret q Urgent ➁ Only Print Watermark on First Page Check this box for printing a Watermark on the first page only. NOTE: It is set at “Nothing” as a factory default. Click on it only when a Watermark to be edited has been selected. ➂ [New] Click on this to create a new Watermark. A maximum of 30 different Watermarks (including “Nothing”) may be entered as watermark files.

➇ Setting Confirmation List Displays the current settings for the printer driver. (See the “Watermark Detail Screen” on page 51.) ➆ Setting Confirmation Screen An illustration of the current settings is displayed graphically. 52 . NOTES: q If the default Watermarks are deleted or edited. they cannot be restored. q A Watermark that has been deleted or edited cannot be restored to the default settings by the [Restore Defaults] button. ➅ Watermark Detail screen The font and text size are displayed.➄ [Delete] Click on this to delete the selected Watermark.

Watermark Detail Screen ➈ ➀ ➁ ➂ ➇ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➀ Text Input and displays the text of the Watermark that is newly created or edited. The shading can be set from 0 (lightest) to 100 (darkest) in units of 1 point. The angle can be set from –90 degrees to 90 degrees in units of 1 degree. 53 . NOTE: “50” points are set as a factory default. NOTE: “72 pt” font size is set as a factory default. NOTE: The angle is set to “0 degree (horizontal)” as a factory default. ➃ Darkness This sets the shading (darkness) of the newly created or edited Watermark. ➄ Appearance This sets the appearance (angle) of the Watermark. NOTE: “Times New Roman” is set as a factory default. ➁ Fonts Set the font for the newly created or edited Watermark. ➂ Size Set the font size for the newly created or edited Watermark. The font size can be set from 1 to 999 pt in units of 1 pt. Each font can further be set with a font style of Bold and/or Italic.

click on [Center]. 54 . ➆ [Cancel] Click on this to cancel the procedure for creating or editing a Watermark. The position can be set from -50 to +50 in the X and Y directions. ➈ Setting Confirmation Screen Displays the status of the set watermark position as an illustration. An illustration of the current watermark setting is displayed graphically. ➇ Position This sets the watermark position to be printed. To print a watermark at the center of the paper.➅ [Save] Click on this to enter a new Watermark or to enter edited Watermark settings.

q 600dpi Select this to print documents with an emphasis on resolution over speed. NOTE: It is set at “600dpi” as a factory default. 55 . ➂ Use Smoothing Function Check this check box to use the smoothing function. TrueType fonts and Smoothing. When this is checked on. graphic mode. Settings are for grayscale. ➁ [Run Font Manager] Click on this to start the AGFA Font Manager. ➃ Use Toner Save Function Check this check box to use the toner save function.[Print Quality] Tab The [Print Quality] tab sets properties for the printing quality. q 300dpi Select this to print draft quality or print documents with an emphasis on speed over resolution. The screen will differ depending on the driver. the shapes for texts and graphics are printed smoothly. bitmap compression. ➄ Setting Confirmation List Displays the current settings for the printer driver. For the PCL6 Driver ➀ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➁ ➂ ➄ ➃ ➀ Resolution This sets the resolution for printing. The following shows a description for each driver. Font Manager.

0° to 360. q Use Printer Settings This uses the printer’s standard grayscale value. NOTE: “Use Printer Settings” is selected as a factory default. q Use Setting Below Allows the user to change the frequency of grayscale screen lines and the angle of the lines.0° in units of 0.For the PS Driver ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➈ ➄ ➅ ➆ ➇ ➀ Gray Scale This allows the user to change the grayscale for printing pictures or photos. q 600dpi Select this to print documents with an emphasis on resolution over speed.1°. The angle can be set from 0. The number of screen lines can be set from 1 to 999 in units of 1. q 300dpi Select this to print draft quality documents or to print documents with an emphasis on speed over resolution. 56 . NOTE: It is set at “600dpi” as a factory default. ➁ Resolution This sets the resolution for printing.

q Always use Printer Fonts Select this for replacing all the TrueType fonts with the printer fonts for printing. ➅ [Run Font Manager] Click on this to start the AGFA Font Manager. 57 . ➆ Use Smoothing Function Check this check box to use the smoothing function. q Yes To compress bitmaps q No Not to compress bitmaps ➃ TrueType Options This sets TrueType fonts to be used when printing. When this is checked on. Screen images match the print results. ➈ Setting Confirmation List Displays the current settings for the printer driver. NOTE: Bitmap compression is set at “Yes” as a factory default. It will shorten the printing time but there may be differences between the screen images and the print results. NOTE: It is set at “Use Font substitution table” as a factory default. ➇ Use Toner Save Function Check this check box to use the toner save function.➂ Bitmap Compression The compression of bitmaps allows for quicker transport of the file from the computer to the printer. The Replacing Table appears. See “Substitution table edit”. q Use Font Substitution Table Select this for replacing some TrueType fonts with the printer’s font substitution table (Replacing Table). the shapes for texts and graphics are printed smoothly. q Always use TrueType Fonts Select this for turning all the TrueType fonts into images for printing. but may take longer to print. SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➄ [Edit Font Substitution Table] Click on this to replace TrueType fonts with printer fonts.

When printing with TrueType fonts. Windows 98. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➀ Font Substitution Table Displays the current status of the substitution table. or Windows XP: You may select a desired font from all the Internal Fonts or Download as Soft Font. q When using Windows 95.0. with the printer substitution font. Windows 2000. ➁ Substitution Printer Font: Displays the TrueType font to be substituted. or Windows Me: You may select a desired font from all the Internal Fonts or Download as Soft Font. When “Download as Soft Font” is designated. SUPPLEMENT: q Initial Values in TrueType Fonts and the Printer Font Substitution Table TrueType Font Arial Arial Narrow Bookman Old Style Courier New Monotype Sorts Symbol Times New Roman Internal Font Helvetica Helvetica Narrow Bookman Courier ZapfDingbats Symbol Times 58 .Substitution Table Edit The following table appears under the [Edit Font Substitution Table] in the [Print Quality] Tab. ➂ Substituted Printer Font Select the printer font to substitute for the TrueType font. Select a TrueType font to be replaced. the TrueType fonts will be downloaded as Soft Font. q When using Windows NT 4. designate which printer fonts to be used with the corresponding TrueType fonts.

q The TrueType font “Century Gothic” is replaced with “LetterGothic”. SETTINGS FOR PRINTING 3 w Click on [w] on the right to display the fonts for Substitution. Click on “Century Gothic” in the Substitution Table. q The setting is entered and the [Print Quality] Tab screen is displayed. q The printer font (Download as Soft Font) is currently set for the replacement. 4 Click on [OK]. and select “LetterGothic”.Operating the Substitution Table: Example: To Substitute the TrueType font of “Century Gothic” with “LetterGothic”: 1 2 Display the [Font Substitution Table] screen. 59 .

if there are errors. If the Job Time is set to 0 (zero). Job Timeout). ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➅ ➄ ➀ Print PS Information On completion of printing. no canceling of print jobs (Job Timeout) will occur. To print it. check the check box. The Job Time value may be set from 0 to 999 (seconds) in units of 1 second. NOTES: • It is set to “15” as a factory default.[PS] Tab This tab appears only when the PS driver is installed. a PS error information page is printed. When the set time limit is exceeded.e.. ➁ Job Timeout This sets the time limit for sending a print job from the computer to the printer. 60 . to show PS settings. printing is canceled (i. • Do not set to “0” when the printer is used with a network connection. NOTE: The box is checked as a factory default.

the network drive assignment screen appears. Windows 2000. SETTINGS FOR PRINTING When [Network] is clicked. NOTES: • It is set at “Printer” as a factory default. 61 . or Windows XP.0. q Encapsulated PS file This does not output data to the printer but converts the data into a PS file. to perform printing. the following screen is displayed to designate the file name to be saved. q Printer This outputs data to the printer. The stored file can be used by a DTP application SUPPLEMENT: When “Encapsulated PS file” is selected. • The output cannot be changed and set to “Printer” when using Windows NT4.➂ Output This selects the PS file output.

q When a gutter is set in the Binding Margin. q 0 degrees q 180 degrees SUPPLEMENTS: q The Rotation Printing is only available when the Orientation is set at “Landscape” in the Output tab. NOTE: It is set to “Positive” as a factory default. ➄ Mirror Image Printing This prints a mirror image of the document (inverting left and right). ➅ Negative Image Printing This prints a negative image of the document. 62 . click on “Negative”. Click on the desired angle. The location of the gutter remains unchanged. NOTE: It is set to “Normal” as a factory default. The rotation occurs in a clockwise direction. rotation printing is not available. For printing a mirror image. NOTE: It is set at “0 degree” as a factory default. click on “Mirror”. For printing a negative image.➃ Rotation Printing This allows the document to be rotated up to 180 degrees.

It is recommended that such items be set before printing or setting the [Other] tab page. q Not Installed Select this when no Duplex Unit is installed. NOTE: “Not Installed” is selected as a factory default. refer to the section “NETPANEL FUNCTION” in the “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR PRINTER FUNCTION . information on the options configuration is available through NetPanel. Ask your administrator for the URL to use NetPanel. Items set depend on the configuration of the printer. For further details about NetPanel and the tray properties. q If your e-STUDIO16/20/25 is connected to a network. please see the installed options on the [Configuration] Tab of the Printer Settings dialog in the TOSHIBA Status Display. SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➀ ➅ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ Duplex Unit Selects whether or not the Duplex Unit is installed.[Option] Tab This tab establishes whether optional devices are installed on the printer.Network Setup”. q Duplex Unit Select this when the Duplex Unit is installed. refer to the section “TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION” in this manual. For further details about the TOSHIBA Status Display. SUPPLEMENTS: q If you do not know the options configuration for the printer. 63 .

NOTE: “Not Installed” is selected as a factory default. ➅ Optional Device Installed Status The status of optional cassettes and the other optional devices are indicated in the illustration. q Job Separator Select this when the Job Separator is installed. q Stack Feed Bypass Select this when the Bypass Tray is installed. q Not Installed Select this when no Bypass Tray is installed. q Cassette 4 (e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Select this when optional Paper feed unit and the optional Paper feed edestal with the Cassette module are installed.➁ Optional Cassette This selects how the optional cassettes are installed. NOTE: “Not Installed” is selected as a factory default. The Large Capacity Feeder is an option for e-STUDIO20/ 25 Sereis only NOTES: • The item can be selected only when [Cassette 2] is selected at [Optional Cassette] • [Not Install] is selected when shipped from the factory. it is necessary to log on with “Administrators” or “Power Users” group privileges to setup the “Options”. 64 . q Cassette 2 Select this when the optional paper feed unit is installed. q LCF Select this when the Large Capacity Feeder is installed. ➄ Others Select this when other optional devices are installed. SUPPLEMENT: If your computer is running Windows NT 4. q Offset Stacker Select this when the Offset Stacker is installed. or Windows XP. q Not Installed Select this when no other optional devices are installed. NOTE: “Not Installed” is selected as a factory default.0. q Not Installed Select this when no optional cassettes are installed. ➃ Stack Feed Bypass Selects this when the Bypass Tray is installed. Refer to the Windows Manual for log-on details. q Cassette 3 Select this when both the optional paper feed unit and the optional paper feed pedestal are installed. Windows 2000. q Finisher (e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Select this when the Finisher is installed. ➂ Large Capacity Feeder (e-STUDIO20/25 Series onlly) This selects how the Large Capacity Feeder is installed. q Not Installed Select this when no Large Capaicty Feeder is installed.

the Input check screen appears. ➂ [Version Information] Click on this to display information on the printer driver version. 65 . The version information screen at right appears. The Group Number can be entered or selected under this tab when the printer driver is installed using the “Add Printer” wizard. Click [OK] to submit the setting.[Other] Tab Displays the entered Group Numbers. When you click this button. ➁ Save Click this button to save the Group Number that you have assigned. This is not available if you have already set the Group Number. ➀ ➁ ➂ SETTINGS FOR PRINTING ➃ ➀ Group Number Displays the Group Number entered at the time of the printer driver installation. and information on the printer driver version.

66 .➃ [Restore Global Defaults] Settings for Printer Properties are restored to the factory defaults except the Group Number. and the Option Tab Page. Saved Watermarks.

TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION 67 .

STARTING TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY The TOSHIBA Status Display will monitor the printer status when certain events occur at the printer. Windows 2000. ECP) qBIOS Setting : ECP enabled NOTES: q The TOSHIBA Status Display is not available when the printer is connected in a networked environment. such as a paper jam. Windows NT4. ensure that the following details are satisfied: q Ensure that the right cable is connected to the printer and your computer. Users can also set the printer configuration information through the system. Refer to “SPECIFICATION AND OTHER INFORMATION . 68 .0. Windows 98.” q The ECP setting in the BIOS of your computer is enabled. System Requirements The TOSHIBA Status Display can be used in the following environment: qApplicable OS : Windows 95. q The TOSHIBA Status Display is not available when the TOSHIBA Viewer is running on your PC. Windows Me. If the Status Display is started while the TOSHIBA Viewer is running on the PC. Please make sure to exit the TOSHIBA Viewer.PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS. SUPPLEMENT: If the TOSHIBA Status Display is not available. the alert message will be displayed. Windows XP qLocal I/F : IEEE1284 (Compatible mode. paper out and so on.

. If you clicked [No] at the prompt.WHEN AN ERROR MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED. When you first start the TOSHIBA Status Display this screen appears. Yellow: The printer detects warnings. TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION SUPPLEMENT: If the icon color is either yellow or red. The icon color will change according to the printer status.The Status Display will automatically start if [Yes] is clicked to automatically start the Status Display during installation. Refer to “TROUBLESHOOTING . Blue: The printer detects no error or warning. qReduce View This screen displays the printer status only. select ExPand on the View menu. select the shortcut to the TOSHIBA Status Display in the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO folder from the Start menu under Programs to start the TOSHIBA Status Display. and the image of the printer status. qExPand View This screen displays the printer status. 69 . select Reduce on the View menu. view the TOSHIBA Status Display in ExPand view to see the printer status and how to recover and solve the problems.” for further details about the printer status.. Screen Views The TOSHIBA Status Display has three different types of the screen views. To display this screen. how to recover if any problems occur. To display this screen. Red: The printer detects errors. qIcon View The TOSHIBA Status Display icon is displayed in the status area of the Task bar.

➂ How to Recover Displays the instructions to solve the error. ➃ Status Bitmap Displays the image that indicates the printer status.] Click this button to set up the printer configuration. Set up the printer configuration.. Reset and reconnect the communication between the computer and the printer. The TOSHIBA Status Display icon remains in the status area of the Task bar. ➄ [Printer Setting. View the TOSHIBA Status Display in Reduce view mode.. ➁ Printer Status Displays the status of the printer.Description of Screens ➀ ➁ ➃ ➂ ➄ ➅ ➀ Menus Menus to operate the TOSHIBA Status Display. View the TOSHIBA Status Display in ExPand view mode. Exit the TOSHIBA Status Display. 70 . Printer Setting screen appears. The Printer Setting screen appears. q View menu ExPand Reduce Exit q Setup menu Printer Setting. Communication Reset q Help menu Help About View the Help topic... ➅ [OK] Minimize the TOSHIBA Status Display. View the Version Information screen.

The contents for a particular tab can be displayed by clicking on the tab. ➂ [OK] Click on this to enter the input values and complete the printer setting. Screen Details ➀ TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION ➁ ➂ ➀ Item Tabs ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ The menu items to set the printer properties are displayed as tabs. For further details. ➁ Setting Contents Setting contents for each selected tab are displayed. see the instructions for each tab on the following pages.PRINTER SETTING Printer settings can be configured using the TOSHIBA Status Display. NOTE: Please make sure that your e-STUDIO16/20/25 is correctly connected to your computer and the printer status of the TOSHIBA Status Display indicates that the connection is active. 71 .

➅ [Set Default] Click on this to return the settings to the original factory default values. 72 .➃ [Cancel] Click on this to cancel the input values and exit the printer setting. ➄ [Apply] Click on this to enter the input values. ➆ [Help] Click on this when you want to see the HELP texts for the printer settings.

73 . If several different paper sizes are loaded into different paper sources. destination. q AUTO Automatically selects paper from the tray corresponding to the appropriate paper size. number of copies. q CASSETTE4 (Optional for e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Feeds paper from the cassette module at the Lower Recording Paper Tray.[Paper] Tab This sets the paper properties for printing. q LARGE CAPACITY FEEDER (Optional for e-STUDIO20/25 Series only) Feeds paper from the large feeder q STACK FEED BYPASS (Optional) Paper is fed from the Bypass Tray. NOTE: It is set to “AUTO” as a factory default. The settings are only applied when printing is performed without the printer driver. paper source. q CASSETTE3 (Optional) Feeds paper from the paper feed pedestal. q CASSETTE2 (Optional) Feeds paper from the 2nd paper feed unit. q CASSETTE1 Feeds paper from the Upper Paper Tray. and orientation. Items include the paper size. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➅ ➇ ➉ ➄ TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION ➆ ➈ ➀ Paper Source This selects the paper source for printing. select the paper feed method which will use paper of an appropriate size.

➃ Orientation This sets the paper printing direction to either “Portrait” or “Landscape. An integer in the range from 1 to 999 can be set. q JOB SEPARATOR LOWER TRAY (Available only when the Job Separator is installed. q Short Edge Select this when the gutter is set on the shorter edge of the paper to be printed. The paper sizes vary according to the country version of the machine. ➄ Copies This sets the number of copies to be printed. The Duplex Unit must be installed when it is set to ON. q FINISHER TRAY1 (Available only when the Finisher for e-STUDIO20/25 Series is installed.) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Lower Tray of the Finisher. q JOB SEPARATOR UPPER TRAY (Available only when the Job Separator is installed. NOTE: It is set to “OFF” as a factory default.) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Upper Tray of the Job Separator.” NOTE: It is set to “Portrait” as a factory default. NOTE: It is set to “1” as a factory default. For European version: q A3 q A4 q A5 q B4 q LETTER q FOLIO For North American version: q A4 q LETTER q LEGAL q LEDGER q COMPUTER q STATEMENT ➂ Paper Destination This selects the destination of the output. q Long Edge Select this when the gutter is set on the longer edge of the paper to be printed. q STANDARD OUTPUT TRAY Select this to eject the printed paper to the Paper Output Tray.) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Lower Tray of the Job Separator.) Select this to eject the printed paper to the Upper Tray of the Finisher. q FINISHER TRAY2 (Available only when the Finisher for e-STUDIO20/25 Series is installed. NOTE: “STANDARD” is selected as a factory default.➁ Paper Size This selects the size of paper to be used for printing. ➅ Duplex Set this to print on both sides of the paper. 74 . ➆ Binding This selects whether or not the Binding Margin is set on the paper to be printed.

When this is set to ON. TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION 75 . ➉ Detect Paper Size Set this to detect the paper size before printing unless the paper size in the tray matches to the document size. the machine displays the paper size error message before printing the document if it does not match the paper size in the tray. NOTE: It is set to “OFF” as a factory default. NOTE: It is set to “OFF” as a factory default. ➈ Top Priority Cassette Sets the priority of the cassettes to be used for printing. the machine does not display the paper size error message and prints the document. The cassette selected here is used for printing before other cassettes when the Paper Source is set to AUTO.➇ Offset Stack Set this to print using the Offset Stack function. When this is set to OFF. NOTE: It is set to “OFF” as a factory default. The Offset Stacker or Finisher must be installed when it is set to ON.

[Printer Setting] Tab
This configures the printer settings. The settings are only applied when printing is performed without the printer driver. Items include page protection, line/page, toner save, I/O time out, auto continue, and smoothing.

➀ Page Protection
This sets the page protection function. A data overrun error may occur during the printing operation when there is a large amount of data on a page, because the system cannot analyze the data in time while printing. Page protection reserves additional memory and waits until the page is fully composed before starting the print operation in order to avoid a data overrun error. q Auto q On The printer analyzes each page and turns on page protection automatically only when it is required. The printer always keeps a sufficient memory reserve to ensure that a page can be fully composed.

➁ Print PS Error
Set this to print a PostScript Error Report when an error occurs during printing with the PS driver. NOTE: It is set to “Off” as a factory default.

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➂ Line/Page
Select the number of lines which can be printed on one page. This only applies when printing text documents from an application which does not utilize a page setup feature. (i.e. The text is printing from MS-DOS.) NOTE: It is automatically set depending on the paper size.

The Default of Line/Page depending on the Paper Sizes Orientation Paper Size A3 A4 A5 B4 LETTER FOLIO LEGAL LEDGER COMPUTER STATEMENT Portrait Landscape 64 43 28 54 45 43 45
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➃ Toner Save
This setting enables/disables the Toner Save feature. This is only applied when printing is performed without the printer driver. NOTE: It is set to “Off” as a factory default.

➄ I/O Time Out
This sets the time out interval that the printer will wait if there is an interruption while receiving a print job. The Auto Continue setting determines what the printer will do next after the time out value is reached. NOTE: It is set with “45” as a factory default.

➅ Auto Continue
This sets the duration for which the printer will automatically attempt to recover from a print job error. NOTE: It is set to “15” as a factory default.

➆ Smoothing
This setting enables/disables the Smoothing feature. This is only applied when printing is performed without the printer driver. NOTE: It is set to “On” as a factory default.

➇ Emulation Setting
Select the emulation to be used for printing. NOTE: It is set to “AUTO” as a factory default. q AUTO q PCL q PS The machine automatically chooses the emulation mode that is suited to the document to be printed. The machine always uses the PCL emulation when printing is performed without the printer driver. The machine always uses the PS emulation when printing is performed without the printer driver.

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➈ Resolution
This sets the resolution for printing. NOTE: It is set with “600” when shipped from the factory. q 600 [DPI] Select this to print documents with an emphasis on resolution over speed. q 300 [DPI] Select this to print documents with an emphasis on speed over resolution.

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➂ Print NIC Status Page Click this to print a page that describes the printer’s NIC status.[Test Print] Tab This operates the test printing. ➃ Print PCL Font List Click this to print a page that lists the printer’s PCL fonts. 79 . ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION ➄ ➅ ➆ ➀ Print Demo Page Click this to print a page that demonstrates the features and functions of the printer. This is only available when the optional NIC is installed in your e-STUDIO16/20/25. ➄ Print PS Font List Click this to print a page that lists the printer’s PS fonts.TEST PRINT SAMPLE” for the samples of the test print page. See “SPECIFICATION AND OTHER INFORMATION . ➁ Print Configuration Page Click this to print a page that describes the printer’s current settings. ➅ Print Status Log Click this to print a page that lists the status logs for printing.

80 .➆ Print Group Management List Page Click this to print a page that lists the printer’s current group counts for each group.

➃ Symbol Set Select the Symbol Set to use for printing. 81 .[PCL Font] Tab This sets the PCL font and Symbol Set to print text when no font has been assigned.e. The text is printed from MS-DOS. This is available when the non-proportional font is selected under the Type Face. ➁ Point Size This sets the point size for the selected font.) ➁ ➂ ➀ ➃ TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION ➀ Type Face Select the font to use for printing. (i. This is available when the proportional font is selected under the Type Face. ➂ Pitch Size This sets the pitch size for the selected font.

and frame type. q Default Gateway This sets the Default Gateway for the NIC. This is only available when the optional NIC kit (GF-1110) is installed on the e-STUDIO16/20/25. 82 . q Enable/Disable Select enable or disable the TCP/IP. q Subnetmask This sets the Subnet Mask of the NIC. IPX/SPX. You can set the TCP/IP. q IP Address This sets the IP address of the NIC. q Use DHCP Check this to obtain the IP address automatically from the DHCP server.[NIC Configuration] Tab This sets the configuration for the Network Interface Card. Default gateway. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➀ TCP/IP Set the TCP/IP configuration. IP address. Subnetmask.

2. NOTE: After you modify the settings. please turn off the power and restart the e-STUDIO16/20/25. q Enable/Disable Select enable or disable the IPX/SPX. q Frame type Select this to set the frame type from AUTO. 802.3. ETHERNET II or ETHERNET SNAP.➁ IPX/SPX Set the IPX/SPX configuration. 802. ➂ Apple Talk Select enable or disable to connect through the AppleTalk protocol. TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION 83 .

84 . ➃ Counter Clear Click this to clear the print counter for a group.[Configuration] Tab This displays the configuration status for the printer. ➁ Language The language that is currently used on the printer is displayed. ➄ Password Click this to set or change the print counter password. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ Model Name The printer name is displayed. and allows you to clear the print counter and set the password for the group. ➂ Configuration Status The configuration status for the printer is displayed.

Clearing the Print Counter 1 Click on [Counter Clear]. q If you have not set the printer counter password. 85 . 3 Click on [Clear]. move the cursor to the password field and the [Clear] button will be available. q To cancel out of the print counter click on [Cancel]. q The [Clear the Group Count] screen appears. TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION 2 Select Group Number and enter the password.

Changing the Password 1 Click on [Password]. 3 Click on [OK]. 2 Enter the Old Password. q Confirm Password Enter the new password again for confirmation. New Password and Confirm Password. leave the Old password field blank. NOTE: If you have not set the printer counter password. q The [Password] screen appears. click on [Cancel]. 86 . q New Password Enter the new password that you want to set. q To cancel out of the password tab. q Old Password Enter the old password.

OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL 87 .

” before printing the job. Continue printing when the machine shows a warning status. NIC Status Page. the machine always prints the document without displaying the warning status. When a job is being received from the computer. the paper in this tray cannot be used for facsimile receptions. Demo Page. 88 . CONTINUOUS PRINT: FORM FEED: TEST PRINT: DETECT PAPER MISMATCH: Set to display a warning status when the paper size of the print job does not match the paper size in the cassette. Status Log List.” is displayed on the Message Display Panel on the Control Panel. When the warning status. Select CONTINUOUS PRINT to force the job to print.PRINTER MODE This section describes the printer function settings on the Control Panel of e-STUDIO16/20/25. refer to the “eSTUDIO16 OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR COPYING FUNCTION”. the printer waits until the job is completely received before cancelling the job. LETTER HEAD PAPER: Reserve a particular Paper Tray to use when printing. CANCEL JOB: Cancel a job in progress. Once selected. the machine stops and pauses printing until the paper is loaded in the tray. RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT: Restore all the printer settings to the factory defaults except the drum counter. the machine does not display the warning status. Print the Configuration Page. PS Font List. “Load XX Paper on XX Tray. When this is set to “OFF”. This only cancels the jobs in the process of printing. Enforce to print the job that was not printed for some reasons. When the DETECT PAPER MISMATCH is set to “OFF”. such as the job has no “End of Job” data. MENU LIST: SUPPLEMENT: For further details about the Control Panel on the e-STUDIO16/20/25. PCL Font List. “Load XX paper in XX Tray. and Group Management List. The following are printer function items that can be performed on the Control Panel. Print the Menu List of the Control Panel on the Printer Mode. These functions on the Control Panel are only available when the Print Unit is installed on your machine.

After 2 sec. 1 2 3 4 In Standby Mode. the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu.Cancel Job NOTE: If the print job is canceled during printing.NO The print job is canceled. press key. blank paper may output onto the exit tray.FORM FEED Press on the Dial Keypad to cancel the print job. CANCEL JOB OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL Operation Completed 89 . Press on the Dial Keypad to select CANCEL JOB.CANCEL JOB 2. PRINTER MODE 1. on CANCEL ? 1.YES 2. q To exit without canceling the job. press the Dial Keypad.CONTINUOUS PRINT 3.. q The Operation Completed message appears.

the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu.” see “TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION [Printer Setting] Tab. q When “Auto Continue” is set to a value other than “0” and “DETECT PAPER MISMATCH” is set to “ON”. CONTINUOUS PRINT Operation Completed 90 . q The Operation Completed message appears. For further details about “Auto Continue. press key. In this case.” q “Continuous Print” is the same as when the "Auto Continue" time interval expires.CONTINUOUS PRINT 3..Continuous Print NOTE: This function is not available while a print job is in the process of printing.” 1 2 3 In Standby Mode. This is the same as when “Auto Continue” is set to “0”.FORM FEED Print the Job. the "Not allowed now" message is displayed. Press on the Dial Keypad to select CONTINUOUS PRINT. SUPPLEMENTS: q When “DETECT PAPER MISMATCH” is set to “OFF”. PRINTER MODE 1. After 2 sec. the warning status is displayed for the amount of time set in “Auto Continue. the warning status is not displayed.CANCEL JOB 2.

the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu. Press on the Dial Keypad to select FORM FEED.CANCEL JOB 2.Form Feed NOTE: This function is not available if no feed data exists in memory.. In such cases. or when other jobs. such as copying or printing a facsimile. are in progress. press key. PRINTER MODE 1. q The Operation Completed message appears. the "Not allowd now" message is displayed.CONTINUOUS PRINT 3. FORM FEED Operation Completed OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL 91 .FORM FEED Print the Job. 1 2 3 In Standby Mode. After 2 sec.

or to display the desired PRINTER MODE 2. Use item. or to display the desired TEST PRINT 1.Test Print NOTE: This function is not available when jobs.FORM FEED 4.PS FONT LIST 5.TEST PRINT Enter the numeric key of the desired test print page on the Dial Keypad.STATUS LOG Press two times. Press to print the PCL Font List.STATUS LOG 6. TEST PRINT 5. are in progress. q TEST PRINT is outside of the Message Display Panel. 92 . Press to print the Status Log.GROUP MANAGEMENT LIST Press to print the PS Font List. press key.DEMO PAGE 3. In such cases. the "Not allowed now" message is displayed. to print the Demo Page.PCL FONT LIST Press two times.CONFIGURATION PAGE 2. Press on the Dial Keypad to select TEST PRINT. such as copying or printing a facsimile. Press to print the NIC Status to print the Group Management List.CONTINUOUS PRINT 3. Press Page.PCL FONT LIST 4. Press Page. Use item. Press to print the Configuration TEST PRINT 3. q Some items are outside of the Message Display Panel.NIC STATUS PAGE 7. 1 2 3 In Standby Mode.

the display returns to the TEST PRINT menu. After 2 sec. and NIC Status Page using the TOSHIBA Status Display from your PC. q The Printing accepted message appears. q See “SPECIFICATIONS. AND OTHERS .TEST PAGE SAMPLE” for a sample of the test pages. PS Font List. CONFIGURATION PAGE Printing accepted SUPPLEMENTS: q You can print the Configuration Page. PCL Font List. OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL 93 .. Demo Page.4 Print the selected test print page.

.” 1 2 3 In Standby Mode. 4 The new setting is accepted.TEST PRINT 5. Press on the Dial Keypad to set DETECT PAPER MISMATCH 1. After 2 sec. the setting of the “Auto Continue” is not applicable. Use display the desired item.OFF 2.[Printer Setting] Tab.” see “TOSHIBA STATUS DISPLAY FUNCTION . q The Operation Completed message appears. For further details about “Auto Continue.FORM FEED 4. or to PRINTER MODE 3. DETECT PAPER MISMATCH Operation Completed 94 .ON the DETECT PAPER MISMATCH to ON.Detect Paper Mismatch NOTE: When “DETECT PAPER MISMATCH” is set to “OFF”. the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu. press key. Press on the Dial Keypad to select DETECT PAPER MISMATCH. q DETECT PAPER MISMATCH is outside of the Message Display Panel.DETECT PAPER MISMATCH Press on the Dial Keypad to set the DETECT PAPER MISMATCH to OFF.

the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu.Restore Factory Default NOTE: This function is not available while a print job is in the process of printing. PRINTER MODE 4. 1 2 In Standby Mode. q The Operation Completed message appears.RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT q RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT is outside of the Message Display Panel. RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL Operation Completed 95 . or 3 The machine restores the factory default settings.TEST PRINT 5. In this case. Use to display the desired item. the "Not allowed now" message is displayed. Press on the Dial Keypad to FACTORY select RESTORE DEFAULT. press key.DETECT PAPER MISMATCH 6.. After 2 sec.

Press on the Dial Keypad to select LETTER HEAD PAPER.RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT 7.OFF 2. 3 Press the numeric key of the desired cassette on the Dial Keypad. q LETTER HEAD PAPER is outside of the Message Display Panel.CASSETTE 3 NOTE: The Cassette 1 and Large Capacity Feeder cannot be selected for the Letter Head Paper.. press key. LETTER HEAD PAPER 1. 4 The new setting is accepted.LETTER HEAD PAPER LETTER HEAD PAPER menu. After 2 sec. 1 2 In Standby Mode.CASSETTE 2 3. q The Operation Completed message appears.Letter Head Paper NOTE: This function is not available while a print job is in the process of printing. LETTER HEAD PAPER Operation Completed 96 . In this case. Use display the desired item. the "Not allowed now" message is displayed. the display returns to the PRINTER MODE menu.DETECT PAPER MISMATCH 6. q The machine automatically and detects displays the the configured cassette(s) or to PRINTER MODE 5.

Press on the Dial Keypad to select MENU LIST.RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT 7.MENU LIST Print the Menu List. q MENU LIST is outside of the Message Display Panel.Menu List NOTE: This function is not available when jobs. press key. the "Not allowed now" message is displayed.LETTER HEAD PAPER 8. such as copying or printing a facsimile. 1 2 3 In Standby Mode. are in progress. or to display the desired PRINTER MODE 6. MENU LIST OPERATING ON THE CONTROL PANEL Printing accepted 97 . Use item. In such cases.

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Remove the paper from the Standard Output Tray. Load the paper in LCF. Turn off the power and call for service. Open the Duplex Unit Cover and clear the paper jam.. Clear the paper jam in the paper exit. TOSHIBA Status Display Error Messages Error Message Displayed Fatal Error on Controller Memory Fatal Error on Controller NVRAM Fatal Error on Memory Fatal Error on Fan Motor Fatal Error on Fuser Fatal Error on Laser Scan Unit Fatal Error on Main Motor Fatal Error on NIC Fatal Error on Flash ROM Checksum Fatal Error on Engine I/F Fatal Error on Finisher Fatal Error on Controller Option Memory Fatal Error Paper Empty in SFB Paper Empty in Cassette1 Paper Empty in Cassette2 Paper Empty in Cassette3 Paper Empty in Cassette4 Paper Empty in LCF Paper Jam in Bridge Cover Paer Jam in Duplex Unit Paper Jam in Ejection Paper Jam in Engine Inside Paper Jam in Insertion Process Unit Not Available NIC Card Not Available NIC Card Not Ready Bridge Cover Open Duplex Unit Cover Open Front Cover Open Job Separator Cover Open Side Cover Open Offset Cover Open Finisher Joint Open Standard Output Tray Paper Full Action Turn off the power and call for service. Turn off the power and call for service. Close the Job Separator Cover. Join Finisher to copier. Turn off the power and call for service. Open the Front Cover and clear the paper jam. When an error message is displayed on the Status Display. Turn off the power and call for service. Turn off the power and call for service. Close the Side Cover. Turn off the power and call for service.WHEN AN ERROR MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED. 100 . Clear the paper jam in the paper feeding entrance. see below for the “Error Message Displayed. Load the paper in Cassette 2. Close the Front Cover.” and then follow the instructions in the Action column. Turn off the power and call for service. Load the paper in Cassette 4. Turn off the power and call for service.. Load the paper in SFB (Stack Feed Bypass). Close the Bridge Cover. Turn off the power and call for service. Close the Duplex Unit Cover. Load the paper in Cassette 3. Load the paper in Cassette 1. Plese check process unit. Turn off the power and call for service. Close the Offset Cover. Open the Bridge Cover and clear the paper jam. Turn off the power and call for service. Turn off the power and call for service.

Wait for a while. Remove the paper from the Job Separator Upper Tray. Load [paper size] size paper in Cassette 4. Load [paper size] size paper in LCF. Wait for a while. Load [paper size] in any cassette. 2. Remove the paper from the Job Separator Lower Tray. Examine Stapler 1. Prepare a new toner cartridge. Transfer again. 3. Check if the cable is connected properly. Please change the Toner. Please wait for a while. Load [paper size] size paper in Cassette 3.Error Message Displayed Finisher1 Paper Full Finisher2 Paper Full Job Separator Upper Tray Paper Full Job Separator Lower Tray Paper Full Toner Empty Change Drum No Process Unit Data Transfer Error on Network Examine Stapler Job too Complex Memory Overflow Drum Life Out Toner Low Illegal Paper Size Load [paper size] in Cassette1 Load [paper size] in Cassette2 Load [paper size] in Cassette3 Load [paper size] in Cassette4 Load [paper size] in SFB Load [paper size] in LCF Load [paper size] Data Existing Initializing Power Saving Processing Warming Canceling Job Printer Ready Printing Use By Another Job Downloading Code Printer Power Off or Communication Error Action Remove the paper from the Finisher1. Remove the paper from the Finisher2. Prepare a new drum cartridge. Add the optional memory. Load [paper size] size paper in Cassette 1. 1. Don’t Power Off before complete. 1. Add the optional memory. Simplify the job. TROUBLESHOOTING 101 . Wait for a while. Set the Process Unit. Select the form feed on front panel or wait for a while. Wait for a while. Load [paper size] size paper in Cassette 2. Power on the printer. Change the Paper size. Print the data with lower resolution. Load [paper size] size paper in SFB. Replace the Process Unit. Simplify the job. 2. 2.

Simplify the job. Set appropriate paper in cassette 3. Set appropriate paper in cassette 2.Message Display Panel Error Messages Error Message Displayed CANCELING JOB CASSETTE 1 EMPTY CASSETTE 2 EMPTY CASSETTE 3 EMPTY CASSETTE 4 EMPTY LCF EMPTY ILLEGAL PAPER SIZE LOAD [paper] : [trayA] DATA IN MEMORY OVER RUN ERROR MEMORY OVERFLOW FLASH ROM CHECKSUM ERROR MEMORY ERROR OPTION MEMORY ERROR NIC ERROR Solution Wait until canceling is completed. 1. Set appropriate paper in cassette 4. Turn off the power and call for service. 102 . Load appropriate size of paper in the tray. Turn off the power and call for service. Set appropriate paper in cassette 1. 2. Add the optional memory Turn off the power and call for service. Set appropriate paper in LCF. Select appropriate paper size at the printer driver and print again. Turn off the power and call for service.

check the following: Check Item Is the power ON? Is the printer cable disconnected? Is the appropriate printer cable used? Action Turn ON the power of the machine. then perform the required action. Set paper in the required cassette. Is paper set? Is any error message displayed? NOTES: ✽ After performing any of the actions above. TROUBLESHOOTING 103 . replace it with a new one.. If the Test Print cannot be performed. Connect the printer cable correctly. Please use the appropriate printer cable.WHEN PRINTING CANNOT BE PERFORMED.PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS” . please call for service. ✽ If the printer is used on a network. Confirm the error message. See “SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION . If the cable is cut. See “[Test Print] Tab” .. ask the network administrator. The printer cable varies depending on the computer to be connected. When printing is not performed after being sent from the computer. do the Test Print.

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SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRINTER UNIT
Item Product Name Print Speed Specifications GA-1031 Max. 16 pages/minute (e-STUDIO16) Max. 20 pages/minute (e-STUDIO20) Max. 25 pages/minute (e-STUDIO25) For North American version: A4, LETTER, LEGAL, LEDGER, COMPUTER, STATEMENT For other version: A3, A4, A5, B4, LETTER, FOLIO Conforming to IEEE-P1284 (Standard, Nibble Mode, ECP Mode) Standard: SDRAM 16 Megabytes PCL-6, PS 80 Roman Fonts 80 Roman Fonts IBM PC/AT computer and compatible. Display Resolution: 640 x 480 dpi or more OS: Windows Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System Microsoft Windows Me Operating System Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Operating System 4.0 Microsoft Windows NT ServerNetwork Operating System 4.0 Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional Operating System OS: Macintosh Mac OS 8.0, 8.5, 8.6, 9.0

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SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION TEST PRINT SAMPLE Demo Page 107 .

Configuration Page 108 .

SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION NIC Status Page 109 .

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LIST OF INTERNAL PCL FONTS The following table lists the internal PCL fonts of the e-STUDIO16/20/25: 117 INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER .

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nFault) PError Chassis Ground Select NC15 nAutoFd Signal Ground(nAutoFd.nAck) Busy Signal Ground(Busy. nStrobe Signal Ground(nStrobe) Data1 Signal Ground(Data1.PRINTER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS IBM PC/AT Computer IEEE-1284-A Pin No.Data4) Data4 Data5 Signal Ground(Data5. 1 18 2 19 3 4 20 5 6 21 7 8 22 9 10 24 11 23 12 13 14 25 16 15 17 1 19 2 20 3 21 4 22 5 23 6 24 7 25 8 26 9 27 10 28 11 29 12 NC17 13 NC15 14 30 31 NC33 32 NC34 36 NC35 NC18 NC16 Shield Wire nStrobe Signal Ground(nStrobe) Data1 Signal Ground(Data1) Data2 Signal Ground(Data2) Data3 Signal Ground(Data3) Data4 Signal Ground(Data4) Data5 Signal Ground(Data5) Data6 Signal Ground(Data6) Data7 Signal Ground(Data7) Data8 Signal Ground(Data8) nAck Signal Ground(PError.Data2) Data2 Data3 Signal Ground(Data3. 121 .nAck) Busy Signal Ground(Busy.nSelectin nlnit) nlnit nFault nSelectin Printer Unit IEEE-1284-B Pin No.Select.0m NOTE: The printer cable must be shield-structured.Data6) Data6 Data7 Signal Ground(Data7) Data8 nAck Signal Ground(PError.nFault) PError Select nAutoFd Signal Ground(nAutoFd.nSelectin nlnit) auxout(NC) Not Defined nFault Not Defined nSelectin Not Defined Peripheral Logic High Logic Ground INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER Shield Wire Max 3.Select.

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