Extrait du mode d'emploi : notice HP DESKJET 340
Les instructions détaillées pour l'utilisation figurent dans le Guide de l'utilisateur.
This driver is an IrDA support software that comes with the HP Infrared Adapter. The JetEye® Infrared Driver works in Windows 3. 1 and DOS only. Note:
· Install this driver only if there is no other IrDAcompliant driver installed in your PC/notebook. Having more than one IrDA driver installed might cause conflict within your PC/notebook configuration. · If for any reason the IrDA support software that is pre-installed in your PC/notebook does not work with the HP Infrared Adapter, you may wish to install the JetEye® Infrared Driver. However, remember to delete the pre-installed driver from your control panel before installing the JetEye® Infrared Driver. Install the IrDA support software. Find out which COM port your infrared port is assigned to. This information can be found in your PC's/notebook's user manual. Contact your PC/notebook manufacturer if this information is not available. In Windows 3. 1x
Microsoft does not provide any IrDA support software for Windows 3. Most PC/notebook manufacturers pre-install a third-party IrDA software to activate the infrared port. Please check with your PC/notebook manufacturer for the IrDA support software. In the OmniBook 600C and 600CT, the Infrared Monitor may already be in the Control Panel. In other PCs/ notebooks (e. Toshiba, Compaq, Texas Instrument, Gateway2000), TranXit software is installed for infrared printing in Windows 3. Use only TranXit version 2. 0x and above, which is IrDA compliant. ·4·
· If you are installing the JetEye® Infrared Driver for HP OmniBook 300, 425, 430, 530, 600, 600C, or 600CT, select COM3 as the infrared port, IRQ10 as the interrupt request level, and 3E8 as the I/O address. (COM2 is the default port for PCMCIA). · If you are installing the JetEye® Infrared Driver for HP OmniBook 4000 or 5000, select COM2 as the infrared port, IRQ3 as the interrupt request level, and 2E8 as the I/O address. Double-click on the Control Panel icon. Then doubleclick on the Ports icon. Select the physical IR COM (the COM port which you found in Step 1), Click on Settings. then Advanced. Check for the following advanced settings; you will need these values when you install the JetEye® Infrared Driver: · I/O Port Address · IRQ 3. Insert the JetEye® Infrared Driver diskette into the floppy disk drive of your PC/notebook. In Windows, select Run from the File menu in the Windows Program Manager. [...] Attach the HP Infrared Adapter to the HP DeskJet 340 printer interface port. Place the printer within 1 m (3 ft) of the PC/notebook. Make sure that the infrared port on the PC/notebook is pointed directly at HP Infrared Adapter which is connected to your printer. Move the printer if necessary. Swivel the lens of the HP Infrared Adapter so that the lens is pointing at the infrared port on the PC/notebook. Make sure that the HP Infrared Adapter is positioned within the 30°-wide range of the PC's infrared port. Turn on the printer. Install the IrDA support software. (See the next section). Print your document. Allow some time for the printer to process the incoming data. Processing may require several minutes for complex documents. Re
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The indicator on the HP Infrared Adapter lights up when the printer receives data from the PC/ notebook. Installing the IrDA Support Software
In Windows 95
If your PC/notebook is running Windows 95, use the IrDA support software for Windows 95 which is included with the HP Infrared Adapter. This Microsoft driver enables wireless connectivity between PCs running Windows 95 and peripheral devices. Some PCs/notebooks pre-installed with Windows 95 may already have the driver installed. Check if your system is pre-installed with the IrDA support software. If it is not, do the following: 1. Install the IrDA support software. Click on the Start button. Select Settings and click on Control Panel. Double-click on Add/Remove Programs. Click on Install. Follow the instructions that appear in the subsequent dialog boxes. Note:
· When the Add Infrared Device prompts you to choose the manufacturer's name for the IR device, choose Standard Infrared Devices if the device your PC/notebook uses is not listed. · If you are unsure which COM port the IR device is attached to, select the first COM port on the list. ·3·
· When prompted to select the virtual COM and LPT ports, accept the default values by clicking the Next button. Set the HP DeskJet 340 Printer Properties. Double-click the HP DeskJet 340 Printer icon in the Printers program group. Select Properties from the Printer menu. Then set the printer to the Virtual Infrared COM port. [...]..
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