Toshiba support printer

Toshiba support printer DEFAULT

Okay, this is driving me nuts. We print a lot of PDF files, and after v1903 update in Windows 10, the printer drivers that were working fine before, now lock up. The kicker is, we can print a couple pages fine, but say, something like 14 pages black and white, will stall in the queue and error out. I have had a couple machines (BYOD) encounter this issue, and some others work fine. I have checked with my reseller and they didn't know, and when I contact Toshiba support, they tell me to contact my reseller.

If anyone has seen this issue before and has something to try that I have not done already, please let me know. Thanks in advance and see notes below for what I have tried already.

Some notes:

  • Rolling back to 1809 fixes the problem (assuming caught in the 10 day rollback window).
  • Pulling the latest uni driver from the Toshiba site (7.204.4408.17) does not help.
  • Nuking the printer on the computer and setting it up from scratch, even with a different name, does not help.
  • We use the PCL driver, but the XPS or PS driver did not help.
  • Restarting the machine, or print queue does not help.
  • Spool directory in Sys32 is clear.
  • Paused/disabled AV/malware suite just to rule the out.
  • Deleted/renamed the "Toshiba" folder in user directory.
  • Tried with Adobe Reader, Chrome (with its print options and using system prefs), and Edge, all behave the same.
  • The files are local, though temp one from web mail do the same.
  • Nuked all existing print drivers from the machine and loaded them up from latest only, same issue.
  • Printer is connected from IP port, and printer is statically assigned.
  • Printers are mainly 3555c, and it does not mater to which printer we print to (as it dies in the queue anyways).
  • Trying to print as image in Adobe Reader does not help.
  • System resources are fine (not maxed CPU, RAM under 50% usage, and plenty of disk space).
  • Models of machines where different (one using an old AMD CPU, on using a newer Core i5) to rule out a CPU based issue (among other things).
  • Toshiba driver version on the business site is dated Nov 11, 2018, but can't find anything newer that would coincide with a fix for v1903 launched in Apr 2019.

Best Answer

Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Found a fix. 

Had a Windows 7 machine and a Fresh Windows 10 machine (v1903, only Chrome and Adobe Reader installed). Swapped machines out so that had identical network cable, switch-port, and peripherals. Used the same document on both, using Adobe Reader to print. Windows 7 machine, worked fine. Windows 10 machine, spooled slowly, then locked up, then erred out. Both machines had latest printer drivers, set to connect via a TCP/IP port to the printer. Printer is connected to the same VLAN, same switch, and had firmware up-to-date.

Just poking at things. Changes network cables, no change. Change switch ports, no change. Issue happens in different offices, so the drop/in-wall-wiring can be rules out. Did a long term ping, under 1ms and no drops. Connection seems solid there. Machine shows 1gig network connection, so speed looks good.

Poking more at it, I had a usb wifi adapter in my bag. Gave that a shot and boom, problem machine is working on wifi, with hardwired disconnected. Didn't change anything else. SSID used on the WAP is set on same VLAN, connects to the same switch...so what else could it be. Perhaps speed? The fresh machine was tested, and working fine at another office just fine, so whats the difference? Well, the other office, the PC is connected via 10/100.

Tested the printer by directly connecting a network cable between printer and problem PC. Printed fine. After further checking the printer at that point, it looks like the printer NIC is set to Auto100Mbps. Hasn't been a problem before, but perhaps direct connecting made the problem PC auto-negotiate to 100Mbps. Put everything back the way it was and change the printer to run on 1000Mbps. Problem gone.

As the printer was connect via 100Mbps, and the PC 1000Mbps, perhaps the printer couldn't handle the speed. That or Windows 10 couldn't control itself like past versions (like v1803). None the less, changing the printer to run the NIC at 1000Mbps vs 100Mbps solved that problem.

Edit: Added a more detail to document the issue/fix.

Edited Oct 4, 2019 at 00:44 UTC

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Jumanji

Chipotle

OP

In Windows, go to Control Panel-->Device & Printers, right-click the printer and to go the printer's properties and select Ports tab. Does it show the IP address of the printer or WSD?

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Jumanji wrote:

In Windows, go to Control Panel-->Device & Printers, right-click the printer and to go the printer's properties and select Ports tab. Does it show the IP address of the printer or WSD?

Printer is connected using an TCP/IP Port. I nuke WDS ports on peoples machines, as they will work for a while, then randomly stop working. That, and users that do this, also tend to connect with the wrong driver. I, or other staff, normally do a manual set up to ensure correct port and driver are added. 

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Jumanji

Chipotle

OP

Have you tried generic Windows PCL drivers instead of the Toshiba universal drivers?

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

I can try them again, but they don't have the advanced options we need for our printers (mainly being department codes).

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Jumanji

Chipotle

OP

Is "Let Windows manage my default printer" enabled?

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Jumanji wrote:

Is "Let Windows manage my default printer" enabled?

No, the default is manually selected. 

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Jumanji

Chipotle

OP

I'm guessing you already reboot the printer?

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Jumanji wrote:

I'm guessing you already reboot the printer?

Yes, done a few times just to see; even checked with the reseller to see if maybe a firmware update needs to be done. Doesn't help. You can set the job to be a private print, to where it sits on the printer until released, but as the job stalls and errors out in the print queue, it never makes it to the actual printer. It is really hit or miss, PC wise. My machine on v1903 prints to 3555c printers all day long. Aside from company machine and BYOD, the only difference is they are running Windows 10 home. I just bugs me to no end though, that I can do all this troubleshooting work, and just roll back to v1809 and it starts working fine. Like something in the driver that doesn't like v1903? Side note, so far, all machines mentioned where hardwired, and did -not- connect over wireless.

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Jumanji

Chipotle

OP

That's why we haven't rolled out 1903 yet. Until most hardware vendors start providing drivers that work in 1903. But, back on topic, when printing is it scaled to certain size or set to fit to page?

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

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Jumanji wrote:

That's why we haven't rolled out 1903 yet. Until most hardware vendors start providing drivers that work in 1903. But, back on topic, when printing is it scaled to certain size or set to fit to page?

The documents are native 8.5x11 paper size and do not need resized. No resizing to fit was needed, nor was it selected. There are times where we resize oversized pages in Adobe Reader, but was not done so while testing. Also, most of the documents were forms/text with very little photos. I wanted to keep the file/print size down, but even jobs in the print queue around 4mb would stall and error out. I should really do a video capture of what it does.

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Dan Blackledge

Poblano

OP

Hi Jumanji.

Sorry to hear you're having issues after the upgrade.

Just a couple of thoughts.  Many print drivers are not 100% self-contained, and they have dependencies on .NET tool kits.  Can you ensure you have both the latest .NET toolkit and also v3.5 (which is a combination of 2.0 and 3.0)?  There could be something that was changed by the update.  Run 'appwiz.cpl' to launch your applications wizard. You will find this in Advanced, Windows Components.

Also, your hangup could be in bidirectional communications. On the queue's Properties, Ports tab, try disabling Bidirectional support, and also in the Standard TCP/IP Port, disable SNMP temporarily.

Regards,

Dan

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

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Dan Blackledge wrote:

Hi Jumanji.

Sorry to hear you're having issues after the upgrade.

Just a couple of thoughts.  Many print drivers are not 100% self-contained, and they have dependencies on .NET tool kits.  Can you ensure you have both the latest .NET toolkit and also v3.5 (which is a combination of 2.0 and 3.0)?  There could be something that was changed by the update.  Run 'appwiz.cpl' to launch your applications wizard. You will find this in Advanced, Windows Components.

Also, your hangup could be in bidirectional communications. On the queue's Properties, Ports tab, try disabling Bidirectional support, and also in the Standard TCP/IP Port, disable SNMP temporarily.

Regards,

Dan

I will give that a try. Does going from v1809 to v1903 disable some .Net versions? I will check in control panel features to see what version(s) is enabled.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

More notes:

  • Bidirectional disabled; no change in behavior.
  • .Net framework did have an update in Windows updates, but after install and restart, no change.
  • Tried Windows generic PCL drivers, would put the document in queue but would not process/send it to printer.
  • .Net 3.5 feature in Windows programs and features was enabled.
  • Documents in that queue up larger then 2 meg seem to be the problem. Some 25 page files print fine (1.7meg in queue), but a 16 page pdf with more images fails (6meg in queue). A 45 page pdf with text only failed (10meg in queue). Tested in Chrome and Reader, Chrome's default method inflates the queue size more than Reader.
  • Above mentioned 45 page pdf did spit out 5 pages before failing at 2meg in queue, but the 16 page file spit nothing out (did not even show on the printer) when it failed around 2meg as well.
  • Spoke with reseller again, as I have shown them the problem and all my notes. They are going to see if a more recent firmware version is available as the 45 page pdf did communicate with the printer before is stalled and died in the queue. Mentioned a communication issue/change that maybe is eating up RAM on the printer but could not be sure.
  • Edit:
  • The above mentioned 16 page pdf did manage to spit out a couple pages when I tried again, but stalled and died in the queue at 2.75meg this time. So not a clear cut file size where it dies in queue.
  • SNMP off did not change the results.
Edited Sep 5, 2019 at 19:07 UTC

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Dan Blackledge

Poblano

OP

So is the Toshiba device locking up, or is it the Windows print host that's locking up?

How's the HDD space on the Windows host?

You are using Spooling on the Advanced tab, instead of Print Directly to Printer, correct?

Also, see if you're using a special Print Processor (button at bottom of advanced tab). WINPRINT RAW is usually the best combination for PostScript.

You can also remove the check box for "Use Advanced Printing Features" which is a Windows 2000 formatting involving Windows Meta File formats instead of the RAW PostScript.

If it's the device locking up, it could be anything from firmware to Power over Ethernet or other power irregularity affecting the device.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Dan Blackledge wrote:

So is the Toshiba device locking up, or is it the Windows print host that's locking up?

How's the HDD space on the Windows host?

You are using Spooling on the Advanced tab, instead of Print Directly to Printer, correct?

Also, see if you're using a special Print Processor (button at bottom of advanced tab). WINPRINT RAW is usually the best combination for PostScript.

You can also remove the check box for "Use Advanced Printing Features" which is a Windows 2000 formatting involving Windows Meta File formats instead of the RAW PostScript.

If it's the device locking up, it could be anything from firmware to Power over Ethernet or other power irregularity affecting the device.

It errors out queue; some cases not reaching the printer at all, others spitting out a couple pages before erroring out in queue. (Jobs below 2MB in print queue don't seem impacted by this issue as they print fine......so far.)

Plenty of space on HDD and RAM available. Made sure of this before to make sure it was not getting stuck due to no space available to queue up.

Spooling is set, not direct print.

Winprint is the only processor shown, and using RAW on the port options.

Mainly use PCL drivers, but did try PS and XPS options with no luck. Is that checkbox related to PS drivers only?

Reseller is going to check if a newer firmware is available between when the last came out to check and now. Mentioned that Toshiba support would ask them to do that anyways before proceeding.  

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Dan Blackledge

Poblano

OP

I've read that the Winupdate can corrupt drivers, possibly overwriting key files (.dll's, for example), although a good driver will have registered component files that should never be overwritten by anything else.

Delete all jobs in queue, then remove the print queue.  Removing the queue does not remove the print driver.

Restart the Print Spooler.

Next, remove the driver and package from the print subsystem by going to Server Properties>Drivers, then highlight and remove.  Make sure you get both 32 and 64 bit counterparts for this print driver.

Reinstall a WHQL-certified print driver via the Add Printer wizard.

Hopefully a full rebuild will return functionality.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Dan Blackledge wrote:

I've read that the Winupdate can corrupt drivers, possibly overwriting key files (.dll's, for example), although a good driver will have registered component files that should never be overwritten by anything else.

Delete all jobs in queue, then remove the print queue.  Removing the queue does not remove the print driver.

Restart the Print Spooler.

Next, remove the driver and package from the print subsystem by going to Server Properties>Drivers, then highlight and remove.  Make sure you get both 32 and 64 bit counterparts for this print driver.

Reinstall a WHQL-certified print driver via the Add Printer wizard.

Hopefully a full rebuild will return functionality.

This is one of the things I have done. Tried clearing everything off and setting everything up from scratch like they weren't there before. I removed all driver packages after taking the printer/queue off, restarted, reinstalled the latest version from Toshiba's support website. Even Named the printer different to make sure it was not pulling some ghost settings. Also went as far to to clear out and remake the IP ports and rename the Toshiba folder in the user directory. Not sure if there is any other spot that will save preferences, other then maybe some odd place in reg.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Well, tech got back to me. Firmware is up-to-date on the machine. No newer drivers available to the tech on reseller side. Did get some info back that another business is having the same problem....so, at least its not just some of our machines. Reseller has put in a ticket with Toshiba; so let us see what comes of it.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Update - No Update. Still having this issue. Windows Updates have not fixed it so far. Toshiba support has not had an answer yet. Issue is still odd. I have other Win10v1903 PCs printing fine to 3555c printers, and this issue only on a couple PCs. Not sure if it is another soft conflicting or needing an update as well, but the hunt continues, abit, slowly.

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DrSchabbs

Pimiento

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Hi Michael,

We seemed to have the same issue since the 10th of September.
We are still trying to isolate the issue, we've tried most of the steps you have and after reading your comprehensive list, we have decided not to try the rest.

Something we did suss out as being a cause was the first character in the document being Bold would cause the error.
If users experience this, put a space in the header on a microsoft document and make sure it's unbolded.
 - I know it's not ideal but it is a good step in the right direction.

Another thing we got to work was using PS3 drivers.

Again, still trying to isolate and resolve the issue as the costing software used doesn't like any other drivers than uni2.

Hope this helps.

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ZZMark

Pimiento

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We are having a very similar problem with one of our customers. Since updating to 1903 any file over about 1.5MB sent to their Toshiba 3055 printers will fail. We have tried all the applicable drivers on the Toshiba website with no success.

Their reseller has now said they have a firmware update that will fix the problem... I'm not confident!

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

ZZMark wrote:

We are having a very similar problem with one of our customers. Since updating to 1903 any file over about 1.5MB sent to their Toshiba 3055 printers will fail. We have tried all the applicable drivers on the Toshiba website with no success.

Their reseller has now said they have a firmware update that will fix the problem... I'm not confident!

Our machines are updated with the latest firmware, with no luck. If you recently updated to v1903 and still have the roll back option, I would recommend that. So far, it seems hit or miss, but fresh installs don't have this problem (so far). v1903 is really a DnD dice roll. Sometimes you nat 20 and all rejoice, other times the arrow gets lodged in your own foot. Moral of the story, MS branded dice seem like a sketchy idea.

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DrSchabbs

Pimiento

OP

We have now deployed PS3 drivers across all sites, all queues.

This seems to fix the issue completely for us and our costing software now works with this.

We had this issue on 1809 and 1903 systems, our initial issue was the printers would spit out pcl error after pcl error.
Serveral of our sites wasted an entire ream of paper before they realised it was spitting them out

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

One user having the problem, replaced with a brand new machine (AMD R5). Fresh install of Windows, pretty much stock, plus Chrome (can now rule out an issue created by an upgrade). Added latest printer drivers, same issue as before. User is wired, connected to Gig switch, only one VLAN on the switch. They did note, that sometimes when the job stalls and fails, restarting the printer can get it to kick out the job without performing any other action. 

Side note: Have been working through my printer folks, and Toshiba finally washed their hands of the issue. The drivers I seen last, show updated in November, so how know if v1903 introduced a bug with the driver package, or that this is really just some odd fluke of an issue. My next route is trying to work through MS. I will also be building is test machine from scratch, to mimic a new BYOD PC.

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Monitor Update Solution (MUS)

Monitor Update Solution updates the touch and/or video firmware in 6149 & 4820 displays and 6140-1xx/2xx/A30 system units. .
It will not update touch/video firmware on 6140-x4x/x5x system units (see TCxTouchUpdater below), but will update touch/video firmware on external displays connected to a 6140-x4x/x5x system unit.

You must install the operational package (OP) before any update packages (UP)

MUS operational package for Windows, v2.2

MUS operational package for SLE11 SP3, v2.1-9.1

MUS operational package for SLE12 SP2, v2.1-10.2

 

Update package for touch firmware (requires operational package listed above)

 

Update package for video firmware (requires operational package listed above)

 

 

Virtual Serial Port

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1.5.xJune 2018UnsupportedJanuary 2020
1.6.xNovember 2018SupportedTBD
1.7July 2019SupportedTBD

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TCxTouchUpdater

TCxTouchUpdater updates the touch firmware on TCxWave (6140) & TCx 800 (6200) POS terminals, and 6149-Bxx/Wxx models of TCx Display. For touch updates on earlier models use MUS above.

6140-14x (Windows, v1.1.3, 10 Jan 2018)

6140-15x (Windows, v1.1.4, 10 Jan 2018)

6200-1xx (Windows, v1.0.54, 4 Feb 2019)

6149-Bxx/Wxx (Windows, v1.1.12, 11 May 2020)

 

 

POS SSD Life Monitor Drivers

POS SSD Life Monitor Drivers monitors solid state disks on Toshiba POS systems to determine when the number of writes to an SSD is reaching it's lifetime maximum.

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Native Windows Driver (NWD)

NWD is a printer driver for Microsoft Windows, so that you can print to your RS232, USB or ethernet 4610 or 6145 printer from any Windows application without needing to make any changes to your POS application.

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all priorvariesUnsupportedJune 2018
4.0.xJune 2018UnsupportedJuly 2019
4.1.xNovember 2018UnsupportedMarch 2021
4.2.29July 2019Supportedwhen 4.4.x is released
4.3.8March 2021Supportedwhen 4.5.x is released

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POS Sensor Driver

POS Sensor Driver performs real-time readings of the static and dynamic values of the POS system hardware sensors (e.g. fan, temperature and voltage sensors). The driver maps sensor information into CIM for application usage. The real-time information provided by the driver can be monitored using Remote Management Agent (RMA).

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SurePOS 500 4852-526

SurePOS 300 4810-33H
SurePOS 300 4810-340
SurePOS 500 4846-545
SurePOS 500 4846-565
SurePOS 500 4852-526
SurePOS 700 4800-7x2
AnyPlace Kiosk 4838-310

2.x

SurePOS 700 4800-7x3
SurePOS 700 4800-784
SurePOS 500 4852-566

SurePOS 700 4800-7x3
SurePOS 700 4800-784
SurePOS 500 4852-566
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-510
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-520
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-710
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-720
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-910
Anyplace Kiosk 4838-920

3.x


TCx 300 4810-3x1
TCx 700 4900-xx7
TCx 800 6200-1xx
TCxWave 6140-x4x
TCxWave 6140-x5x
 

TCx 300 4810-3x0
TCx 300 4810-3x1
TCx 700 4900-xx6
TCx 700 4900-xx7
TCx 800 6200-1xx
TCxWave 6140-1x0
TCxWave 6140-x3x
TCxWave 6140-x4x
TCxWave 6140-x5x
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SurePOS 500 4852-5x0
SurePOS 700 4900-xx5

IBM Director & RMA support files

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Windows (1.6.22, 5 August 2016)
Linux (1.1.1, 5 August 2016)

Version 2 (legacy systems with service processors)

Windows (v2.3.18, 5 August 2016)
Linux (v2.2.1, 5 August 2016)

Version 3 (current systems)

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Linux (x64 only) (v3.3.6, 5 February 2021)

 

Display Inventory Driver

The Display Inventory Driver (DID) pulls inventory data from attached TGCS displays and feeds that information into CIM so it can be consumed by RMA. You can use DID in combination with the POS Sensor Driver (above) to remotely keep detailed inventory information on your POS terminals and devices.

Windows (v1.5.25, 11 May 2020)

Linux (x64 only) (v1.4.8, 1 October 2020)

 

 

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