Ithaca posjet 1000

I am attempting to install a couple of Ithaca PosJet 100 printers. I get install done, but when starting POS, I get an "Warning 920 Failure was
detected in the printer opos drivers" Deleted drivers, re-installed. The printers are attached to LPT1, and the cash drawer is in serial with the printer. In other words, the drawer is cabled to the computer and the printer is then cabled to the drawer. Could this be the problem?
Bud
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Bud,
Are you installing OPOS drivers or Windows printer drivers?
In the register's properties, receipt print 1 & 2, pick which driver and properly name the printer.
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Jeff, thanks for reading this. I have opos drivers, and it is recognizing the printer, but gives an error 920 stating that the driver has a problem. I reinstalled, even went ack a couple of versions. When RMS doesn't see the printer it gives a error 919. Does the fact I am sending print commands thru the drawer then to the printer cause problems?
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Bud,
I seem to remember that the Ithaca had issues with their OPOS drivers. You might want to contact them and ask for the latest version.
Another thing you might try is to install the Ithaca Windows printer drivers and see if everything prints OK. If so, then install the OPOS drivers, but just for the cash drawer. Do it one at a time to see where/if the issue returns.
FWIW, we do this with Star Micronics printers all the time, Windows driver for the printer and their OPOS drawer drivers when using serial/USB drawers
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I am attempting to install a couple of Ithaca PosJet 100 printers. I get<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; install done, but when starting POS, I get an "Warning 920 Failure was<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; detected in the printer opos drivers" Deleted drivers, re-installed. The<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; printers are attached to LPT1, and the cash drawer is in serial with the<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; printer. In other words, the drawer is cabled to the computer and the<BR>&gt; printer<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; is then cabled to the drawer. Could this be the problem?<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bud<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; --<BR>&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp; If we can''''t pet it, you don''''t want it.<BR>&gt;</BLOCKQUOTE></BODY></HTML>
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