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HP Designjet 750C and 755CM Printers - Out of Memory with PostScript Files
ISSUE: Running out memory when printing PostScript files, and the printer has 20 MB of memory?
SOLUTION: The only solution is to make the file size smaller, or use the Windows HP-RTL printer driver.
NOTE: The only type of information that can be ‘plotted on the fly’ or which the printer can plot and receive at the same time is HP-RTL. This is because an HP-RTL file is already rasterized, therefore the information is in order and the printer does not need to do any processing on that file. This means that the amount of memory in the printer does not matter when plotting a true HP-RTL file; the printer will not run out of memory.
CAUSE: The amount of memory the printer uses to process a file is not directly proportional to the original size of the file. The printer might need 20 MB to process 3 MB worth of information. There are two conversions that take place before a plot can be printed at the printer: