The printer probably will work best with the BIOS set to Standard for Lpt1.
ECP and EPP settings will probably send data to the printer faster than it
can process it.
Let us know.
"Giorgio" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I tried 3 computers with Windows XP installed and Oki ML 320 Elite and
> won't work.
> If I select test page in the driver but nothing print.
> DIR > LPT1: in dos box return to prompt without printing anything.
> I change almost everything in bios (Normal, EPP, ECP) and parallel
> driver from ECP to standard without luck.
> I even tried to set interrupt and legacy mode, change a dozen of
> It seems the printer works only in MSDOS and Windows 98.
> Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.