AR-BD14 (serv.man5). ARBD14-Service Manual - Sharp Copying Equipment Service Manual (repair manual)

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SERVICE MANUAL
CODE: 00ZARBD14SM1E
PRINTER KIT 
for Digital Copier
MODEL
 AR-BD14
SHARP CORPORATION
Parts marked with "
!
" is important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified
ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
[ 1 ] INTRODUCTION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
[ 2 ] MAJOR FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
[ 3 ] SPECIFICATIONS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
[ 4 ] INSTALLATION OF PRINTER BOARD  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
[ 5 ] NETWORK BOARD INSTALLATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
[ 6 ] INSTALLATION OF EXPANSION RAM (SIMM)  . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
[ 7 ] PRINTER DRIVER  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
[ 8 ] KEY OPERATOR PROGRAM AND SIMULATION  . . . . . . . . . . .18
[ 9 ] ELECTRICAL SECTION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
[10] OTHERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
[11] SOFTWARE BLOCK DIAGRAM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
[12] CIRCUIT DIAGRAM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
PARTS GUIDE
CONTENTS
Trademark Acknowledments
Microsoft Windows, MS-DOS, and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A.
and other countries.
IBM, PC/AT and OS/2 are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
Hewlett-Packard, HP, LaserJet and PCL are trademarks of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Corporation.
Macintosh, Power Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
[1] INTRODUCTION
The printer kit is designed to be attached to the digital copier AR-
5132 in order to use the AR-5132 as a printer of a personal computer.
The descriptions of this manual, therefore, are made on the assump-
tion that this unit is attached to the AR-5132.
For the items which are not described in this manual, refer to the
Service Manual of the AR-5132.
[2] MAJOR FEATURES
The AR-BD14 Printer Expansion Kit adds high-speed laser, set print-
ing capability, utilizing the powerful resources of the AR-5132 Copier
to provide high productivity and convenient features. Note that
throughout this manual, the copier with AR-BD14 Printer Expansion
Kit is referred to as the AR-5132 printer.
Amongst the AR-5132 Printer’s many useful features and functions
are the ability to:
Print up to 32 pages per minute (Engine Performance)
Print multiple set of documents from your desktop
Booklet printing (up to four sides per page)
N-up printing
Cover Sheet Printing (Different First Page)
Duplex (2-sided) printing
Staple (with optional sorter)
[3] SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Basic specifications
Model
AR-BD14
Printing speed (up to)
32 pages/min. (A4 8.5 
×
 11)
23 pages/min. (A4R 8.5 
×
 11R)
19 pages/min. (B4 8.5 
×
 14)
17 pages/min. (A3 11 
×
 17)
Resolution
400 dpi 
×
 400 dpi
Operating conditions
Temperature:15°C to 30°C (59°F to
86°F)
Humidity:
20% to 85%
Output color
Black
Memory
16M RAM standard
Optional memory
Additional 16M RAM (72 pin)
Page description
languages
PCL5e; PostScript Level 2
Platform
IBM PC/AT (Windows); Macintosh
General network card
slot
Available
Interface
IEEE 1284-compatible (parallel port)/ 
NIC interface (Option)
Plug and Play
Available under Windows 95
Max. print size
A3, 11" 
×
 17"
Smoothing
Yes
Paper feed tray
Tray/Tray2/Large capacity tray/
Manual feed tray
Two modes are available with the
manual feed tray; auto paper feed and
manual paper feed.
Model
AR-BD14
Paper exit system
Face up
Reversed sequence
print 
(N – 1 print)
Supported by the printer driver.
Printing direction 
(Image process direction)
Vertical/Horizontal 
(Portrait/Landscape)
Sort
With the option sorter (SF-S15) or the
staple sorter (SF-S53N), sort, staple
sort and group discharge of up to 20
sheets are available.
Software collation output for the
standard tray or the sorter top bin is
allowed.
(2) Printer driver specifications
Features
Values
PCL5e
PS2
Win Mac
Copies
1 to 999
Yes
Yes
Yes
Orientation
Portrait/Landscape
Yes
Yes
Yes
Duplex Printing
1-sided/2-sided Book/
2-sided Tablet
Yes
Yes
Yes
Booklet
A4 in A3/Letter in WL/
A5 in A4/Invoice in 
Letter/B5 in B4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Binding Edge
Left/Top
Yes
Yes
Yes
N-up (only Z-
order)
2/4/9/16
Yes
Yes
Yes
N-up Paper Size A4/A3/Letter/Foolscap
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multiple Copy
Print as sets
Print as groups
Yes
Yes
Yes
Margin Shift
0 to 1 inch in 0.1 inch steps
0 to 20mm in 1mm steps
Yes
Yes
Watermarks
Yes
Yes
Yes
Print Order
Normal/Reverse
Yes
Yes
Yes
Available Paper
Size
5.5
 
×
 8.5
 (Invoice), 
7.25
 
×
 10.5
 (Executive), 
8.5
 
×
 11
 (Letter), 
8.5
 
×
 13
 (Foolscap), 
8.5
 
×
 14
 (Legal), 
11
 
×
 17
 (Double letter),
A6, A5, B5, A4, 
B4, A3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Paper Selection by Size/by Source
Yes
Yes
Yes
Source
Selection
Manual Tray (Auto)
/Manual Feed/Tray1/Tray2/
Tray3 (LCC)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Paper Input
Switching
Same All Page
First Page & Rest Pages
Yes
Yes
Yes
Paper Output
Using sorter/Staple
Yes
Yes
Yes
Negative image
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mirror Image
None/Horizontal/Vertical/
Both
Yes
Yes
Toner save mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Resolution Enhancement
Yes
Yes
Yes
Zoom
10 to 400% in 1% steps
Yes
Yes
Configurations
Output device: None/20 bin
sorter/20 bin staple sorter
Yes
Yes
Yes
– 1 –
(3) Personal computer connection
environment
Platform
IBM PC/AT (including compatible machines)
Macintosh (680x0 series)
Power Macintosh (including compatible
machines)
Applicable OS
Windows 3.1
Windows for Workgroups 3.11
Windows 95
Windows NT3.51
Windows NT4.0
MacOS (System 7.x or above)
Printer driver
For Windows 3.1 (PCL5e/PS2)
For Windows for Workgroups 3.11
(PCL5e/PS2)
For Windows 95 (PCL5e/PS2)
Windows NT (PS2 PPD only)
MacOS (System 7.x or above) (PS2)
For PS2 application, prepare both PPD and
custom driver excluding Windows NT.
Page description
language
PostScript level 2, PCL5e
Font
PostScript
Type 1
35 fonts
PCL
Intellifont compatible
35 fonts
TrueType
10 fonts
Stroke font
1 font
Line printer (bitmap)
1 font
Supplied by the built-in Flash ROM of the
printer.
For Type 1/TrueType, download print is
allowed.
Network
A slot for general use network interface card is
provided on the printer board.
Interface
IEEE1284 (Compatible/nibble PnP support),
NIC interface
Plug and Play
Supported only when Windows 95 is used.
(4) Accessory
A. Applicable network port
Interface
Support NOS
Support
protocol
AR-NC1D
(DPI)
10Base-T,
10Base-2
NetWare,
WindowsNT,
MacOS
IPX/SPX,
TCP/IP,
EtherTalk
U.S.A.
Canada
JX96NC-E8
(HBM)
IPX/SPX,
TCP/IP,
EtherTalk,
NetBEUI, DLC
Others
than
above.
B. Expansion RAM (SIMM)
*
Use a commercially available RAM which conforms to the
specifications below.
Use a commercially available RAM.
Capacity
Number 
of Pins
Access
Time
Function
Parity
16 MB
72 pin
60 n sec
EDO (Hyper Page),
Fast Page
None
The following RAM’s or their equivalent are recommendable.
Capacity
Maker
Type
16 MB
NEC
MC-424000F32-60
MC-424000A32-60
Toshiba
THM324005CS/CSG-60
THM324000CS/CSG-60
Hitachi
HB56U432B/SB-6BN
HB56A432BR/SBR-6B
(5) Paper handling
A. Paper Weights
Tray
Weight
Paper tray 1
56 ~80 g/m
2
Paper tray 2
56 ~80 g/m
2
Paper tray 3 (LCC)
56 ~80 g/m
2
Manual feed tray
Single feed: 56 ~128 g/m
2
Multi feed: 56 ~ 80 g/m
(50 sheets)  
(A4/Letter size or smaller when paper
weight is more than 104 g/m
)
Duplex tray
56 ~80 g/m
2
– 2 –
B. Support Page Size
Name
Paper
feed
Paper
cross
Manual
feed
tray
1, 2 Tray
LCC
Tray 3
Duplex
Booklet
support
N-up
support
Sort
 (to Bin)
Staple
Letter
8.5in
11.0in
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Letter-R
11.0in
8.5in
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Legal
14.0in
8.5in
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Foolscap 
1
13.0in
8.5in
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Ledger
17.0in
11.0in
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Executive
10.5in
7.25in
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Invoice
5.5in
8.5in
Yes
Yes 
2
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
A4
210mm
297mm
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
A4R
297mm
210mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
B5 182mm
257mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
B5R
257mm
182mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
B4 364mm
257mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
A3
420mm
297mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
A5
148mm
210mm
Yes
Yes 
2
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
A6R
148mm
105mm
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
1 ; AR-5132 has a mechanism to switch Foolscap(8.5 
×
 13) and Legal(8.5 
×
 14).
2 ; Inner Cassette (option) is required to feed this paper size. (Tray 2 does not support this paper size.)
C. Print Area For Each Paper Size 
The print area for each paper size is shown in the figure below. In all
paper sizes, the print area is the inner area surrounded by the blank
area, which represents the space of 70 dots(4.445mm) from each
edge of the paper. 
Page Area
Print Area
H
F
Directron Paper Feed
C
A
D B
G
E
Paper
Size
A
B
C
(dots)
D
(dots)
E
(dots)
F
(dots)
G
(dots)
H
(dots)
(mm/inch)
(dots)
(mm/inch)
(dots)
Ledger
11.0(inch)
4400
17.0(inch)
6800
4260
6660
70
70
70
70
Legal
8.5(inch)
3400
14.0(inch)
5600
3260
5460
70
70
70
70
Foolscap
8.5(inch)
3400
13.0(inch)
5200
3260
5060
70
70
70
70
Letter
11.0(inch)
4400
8.5(inch)
3400
4260
3260
70
70
70
70
Letter-R
8.5(inch)
3400
11.0(inch)
4400
3260
4260
70
70
70
70
Executive
10.5(inch)
4200
7.25(inch)
2900
4060
2760
70
70
70
70
Invoice
8.5(inch)
3400
5.5(inch)
2200
3260
2060
70
70
70
70
A3
297(mm)
4677
420(mm)
6614
4537
6474
70
70
70
70
B4
257(mm)
4047
364(mm)
5732
3907
5592
70
70
70
70
A4
297(mm)
4677
210(mm)
3307
4537
3167
70
70
70
70
A4R
210(mm)
3307
297(mm)
4677
3167
4537
70
70
70
70
B5
257(mm)
4047
182(mm)
2866
3907
2726
70
70
70
70
B5R
182(mm)
2866
257(mm)
4047
2726
3907
70
70
70
70
A5
210(mm)
3307
148(mm)
2330
3167
2190
70
70
70
70
A6R
105(mm)
1653
148(mm)
2330
1513
2190
70
70
70
70
Note: 1inch nearly equal to 25.4 mm, 400 dots/inch  
reference
4.445(mm)
4.445(mm)
4.445(mm)
4.445(mm)
*1 Not Support.
D. Paper Feed
AR-5132 system can support up to 4 paper sources.
1. Paper Source Selection
The paper source can be selected by source tray or by size.
– 3 –
E. Feeder Configuration
Type
Tray #
# Sheets
Basic
Configuration
Manual feed tray (Signal)
      1
Manual feed tray (Multi)
    50
Duplex (A5, A4, A4R, Letter,
LetterR)
  50
Duplex (B4, A3, Legal, Ledger)
    30
Paper tray 1
  500
Paper tray 2
  500
Paper tray 3
3000
*
invoice, A5 is supported with an optional insert
F. Paper Output
Basic models are equipped with a basic paper output style
The standard paper output is single face up tray 250 sheet capacity
A single sorter output handling option can be selected.
1. Sorter
Jobs sent to the sorter trays have a maximum of 20 copies.
2. Sorters
Non-Sort mode is equal to Print mode. Output is to top tray
Sorter
Type
Paper
Size
Sort
Bins
Sort Bin
Capacity
Top Bin
Capacity
Group Bin
Capacity
Staple Facing
SF-S15
all
20
50
100
30
NO
Up
SF-S53N A4, A4R, 
Letter 
Letter R 
B5, B5R
20
50
250
30
YES-
Sort
Up
B4, A3 
Legal, 
foolscap, 
Ledger
20
25
250
25
YES-
Sort
Up
3. Sorter Contention Handling
There are 3 optional settings for handling printing to the SF-S53N if
the previous copy or print job is not removed. Printing to the SF-S15
follows setting 1. The 3 setting options are managed by the copier.
The settings are:
1. Paper output as demanded (default)
next job
paper output
non-sort job
paper output to non-sort bin
sort job
print to sort bin
sort-staple job
print to sort bin, no staple
2. All paper output to top bin
next job
paper output
non-sort job
print to non-sort bin
sort job
print to non-sort bin
sort-staple job
print to non-sort bin
3. Enter offline mode
next job
paper output
non-sort job
no output
sort job
no output
sort-staple job
no output
(6) Fonts
LinePrinter 16.67 pitch (in several different character sets) is also
included.
The default font for PCL5e is Courier.
A. Font Formats Supported
TrueType (downloadable for PCL)
Type 1 (downloadable for PostScript)
– 4 –
[4] INSTALLATION OF PRINTER
BOARD
Unplug the copier’s power cord before carrying out
the following procedure.
1. Remove the back panel of the copier.
Remove the RADF connector from the copier.
Remove the two upper screws which secure the back panel of the
copier.
Then loosen the four lower screws and remove the back panel.
2. Remove the right side panel of the copier.
Open the front cover and toner collecting container cover.
Remove the three screws which secure the right side panel, open the
manual feed tray and side cover, and remove the right side panel.
3. Remove the ICU board cover.
Remove the three screws of the ICU board cover which is mounted to
the expansion board mounting plate at the upper part of the right
side, and remove the ICU board cover.
4. Insert the printer junction harness into the copier.
Insert the printer junction harness into the copier so that the connec-
tor with a snap band is positioned to the expansion board mounting
plate as shown in the figure.
 Included parts
Printer board: 1
Screw shafts: 2
Screws A: 2
Screw B: 1
Screws C: 2
Printer junction board: 1
Printer junction harness: 1
Replacement ROMs: 4
Floppy disks (driver software): 3
Operation manual: 1
Key sheet: 1
Label: 1 (Sweden only)
Screw
Screw
Back panel
Screws
Screws
Right side panel
Front cover
Manual feed tray
Toner collecting
container cover
Screws
Side cover
Screws
Screws
ICU board cover
Snap band
60-pin connector
40-pin connector
– 5 –
5. Connect the printer junction harness connector and
mount the printer board.
Align the printer board along the guide rails of the expansion board
mounting plate of the copier and insert the board until the printer
junction harness connector can be connected.
Connect the 40-pin and 60-pin connectors of the printer junction har-
ness to those of the printer board.
Push the printer board fully to connect the printer board connector to
the copier connector.
Use the included two screws A to secure the printer board to the
expansion board mounting plate and insert the snap band on the
printer junction harness to secure the printer junction harness.
6. Replace the ROMs of the main board.
Replace ROMs A and B on the main board with the ROMs included
with the AR-BD14.
Replace the ROMs in accordance with the indications below.
7. Mount the printer junction board and connect the
printer junction harness connector.
Mount the two included screw shafts to the main board of the rear
part of the copier by inserting the screw shafts through the lower two
holes of the three round holes.
Temporarily fix an included screw B to the frame of the main board,
insert the screw B through the screw hole of the printer junction
board, and secure the screw shafts with the two screws C.
Tighten the screw B which has been temporarily fixed to secure the
printer junction board.
Connect the 40-pin connector of the printer junction harness to the
lower connector of the printer junction board, and connect the 60-pin
connector to the upper connector of the printer junction board.
8. Mount the ICU board cover.
Replace the ICU board cover which has been removed in step 3 to its
original position and secure it with three screws.
At this time, check that the two pawls of the ICU board cover fit the
mounting positions between the frame and the upper right side panel
of the copier.
9. Mount the right side panel.
Replace the right side panel which has been removed in step 2 to its
original position and secure it with the three screws.
At this time, check that the right side panel fits securely the copier.
Close the toner collecting container cover, manual feed tray, and side
cover.
Printer board
Guide rail
Copier connector
Screws A
60-pin connector
 40-pin connector
Snap band
 Printer junction harness
 Guide rail
5
1
3
2
P
C
S U B
V
5
1
3
2
P C
M A
N
V
ROM for A
ROM for B
Indication on ROM for A
Indication on ROM for B
Screw B
Main
board
Screw shaft
Screw shaft
Printer
junction board
Screws C
40-pin
connector
60-pin connector
ICU board cover
Pawl
 Upper right side panel
Screws
Pawl
Right side panel
Manual feed tray
Toner collecting
container cover
Side cover
Screws
Screw
– 6 –
10. Open the printer junction board connector port on
the rear panel.
Remove the two screws which secure the connector cover plate of
the rear panel and remove the connector cover plate.
Move the removed connector cover plate as shown and secure it with
the two screws.
11. Mount the rear panel.
Connect the connector of the printer junction board to the connector
port of the rear panel and replace the rear panel to its original posi-
tion.
At this time, check that the rear panel is securely mounted to the
copier.
Secure the upper part with the two screws and then tighten the four
lower screws to secure the rear panel.
Connect the RADF connector to the copier.
*
For Sweden only, attach the label.
12. Replace the ROMs on the operation panel control
board.
Remove the screw which secures the ROM cover and remove the
ROM cover.
Then replace ROMs C and D on the operation panel control board
with the ROMs included with the AR-BD14.
Replace the ROMs in accordance with the indications below.The
ROM for D varies with regions.
Replace the ROM cover to its original position and secure it with the
screw.
Close the front cover.
13. Stick the key sheet on the operation panel.
Stick the included key sheet on the operation panel as shown in the
figure.
14. Connect the Centronics cable.
Connect one connector of the Centronics cable (sold separately) to
the printer junction board connector.
Connect the other connector to the connector for laser printer on a
personal computer.
Caution:
In Europe and Australia, use a shielding type Centronics cable.
15. Check the operation.
For installation of the driver software to the personal computer. Then
execute printing from the computer and check that printing is per-
formed properly.
(2) Installing Printer Drivers
A compatible printer driver must be loaded to enable a computer’s
operating system to communicate with the AR-5132 printer.
The following procedures describe how to install each of the supplied
printer drivers. To install both of the Windows printer drivers, the
installation procedure must be performed twice.
A. Windows 95
1. On the Windows 95 Start menu, highlight Settings, then highlight
and click on Printers.
Screws
Connector cover plate
Printer junction
board connector
Screws
Screws
 Rear panel
Screw
Screw
Label
5 1
3 2
O P
P R O
V
5 1
3 2
O P
V
Screw
ROM cover
ROM for D
ROM for C
Indication on ROM for C
Indication on ROM for D
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
0
 Key sheet
Printer junction board connector
Centronics cable
(sold separately)
To connector for laser
printer on personal computer
– 7 –
2. From the Printers window, select Add Printer to run the Add
Printer Wizard.
3. If Windows 95 has been configured for network operation, it might
be necessary to select ‘Local Printer’ or ‘Network Printer’. Select
the appropriate option, and click ‘Next’ to continue.
4. If ‘Network Printer’ was selected, specify the appropriate Network
Path or Queue Name and click ‘Next’.
5. The installation window will display a list of printer models and
manufacturers. Click the ‘Have Disk’ button.
6. Insert the supplied diskette into the diskette drive. Select the dis-
kette drive, highlight the desired printer driver, and click ‘Next’ to
continue.
7. If ‘Local Printer’ was selected in Step 3 above, the installation
window will display a list of possible port assignments. Select the
correct port, usually LPT1 for local printers and click ‘Next’.
8. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation
process.
NOTE: In step 5 above, selecting ‘Sharp AR-5132 PS’ (the Post-
Script® driver) will generally provide the highest-quality out-
put and support the widest range of printer features. Alter-
mately, the Sharp AR-5132 (Sharp-specific PostScript®
PPD) or the Sharp AR-5132 PCL (PCL driver) can be
selected.
B. Windows 3.1x
1. From the Program Manager, double click on ‘Control Panel’ lo-
cated in the ‘Main’ menu.
2. From the Control Panel, double click on ‘Printers’.
3. Click on ‘Add’ and then ‘Install Unlisted or Updated Printer’.
4. Click on ‘Install’.
5. Insert the supplied diskette into the drive, select the diskette drive,
and then select the desired printer driver.
6. Follow the instructions on your screen to install the supplied
printer driver.
NOTE: In step 5 above, selecting ‘Sharp AR-5132 PS’ (the Post-
Script® driver) will generally provide the highest-quality out-
put and support the widest range of printer features. Alter-
nately, the Sharp AR-5132 (Sharp-specific PostScript® PPD)
or the Sharp AR-5132 PCL (PCL driver) can be selected.
C. Windows NT 4.0
1. On the Start menu, highlight Settings, then highlight and click on
Printers.
2. From the Printers window, select Add Printer to run the Add
Printer Wizard.
3. If Windows NT 4.0 has been configured for network operation, it
might be necessary to select ‘Local Printer’ or ‘Network Printer’.
Select the appropriate option, and click ‘Next’ to continue.
4. The installation window will display a list of printer models and
manufactures. Click the ‘Have Disk’ button.
5. Insert the supplied diskette into the diskette drive. Select the dis-
kette drive, highlight the Sharp Specific PPD (AR-5132), and click
‘Next’ to continue.
6. The installation window will display a list of possible port assign-
ments. Select the correct port, usually LPT1 for local printers, or
the appropriate Network Queue for networked printers.
7. Insert the Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM per instructions on screen
and click ‘OK’ to continue.
8. The computer will then prompt you with ‘a:\i386’ on the file name.
Change the drive name to the appropriate drive name on your
computer. If your CD-ROM drive is e: drive, change ‘a:\i386’ to
‘e:\i386’.
9. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation
process.
D. Windows NT 3.51
1. Double-click the MS-DOS Prompt icon in the Main window to
enter MS-DOS mode.
2. Change to the hard drive’s root directory by entering the following:
c:\
3. Create a new directory on the hard drive by entering the following:
md temp
4. Insert the Sharp Windows Printer Driver diskette into the diskette
drive. Change to the diskette drive by entering the following:
a:
 (or 
b:
, if appropriate)
5. Copy the following two files from the diskette to the newly created
directory on the hard drive, by entering:
copy printer.inf c:\temp
copy Shar5132.ppd c:\temp
NOTE: All files on the 3
1
2
" diskette are in the diskette’s root direc-
tory.
6. Copy the following file from the diskette to the root directory of the
hard drive, by entering:
copy sharp1 c:\
7. Insert the Windows NT 3.51 CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Change to the CD-ROM drive by entering:
e:\
(If the CD-ROM drive uses a drive letter other than e, type that
letter instead.)
8.
Locate the following three compressed files on the CD-ROM:
pscript.dl_
pscript.hl_
pscrptui.dl_
NOTE: On Intel-based systems, these files should be found in the
i386 directory. On Motorola PowerPC, MIPS, or other sys-
tems, these files should be found in an appropriate directory.
9.
Expand the three compressed files by entering:
expand pscript.dl_ pscript.dll
expand pscript.hl_ pscript.hlp
expand pscrptui.dl_ pscriptui.dll
10. Exit the MS-DOS mode and return to Windows by entering:
exit
11. Double-click the Print Manager icon in the Main window and
select Create Printer.
12. Enter a printer name in the appropriate area; for example, ‘Sharp
AR-5132’.
13. Scroll to the bottom of the window, and select ‘Other’.
14. The Install window should appear. Enter:
c:\temp
15. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the supplied
printer driver.
E. Macintosh System 7
1. Insert the supplied diskette into the drive.
2. Double click on the ‘Sharp Writer Installer’ icon.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the supplied printer
driver.
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