Once I had ftp up and running I decided to move the display from the analyzer to my PC. So, I needed a suitable X-windows server to run on my PC. I tried many, with little success. I finally settled on Xming (free version for sourceforge)... The first problem was that I got "Xlib: connection to ..... refused by server" errors on the 16500C... I figured it had something to do with authentication - and found that using Xlaunch I could check the box that says "No Access Control"... Now it would connect but the 16500C would crash with:
"SOFTWARE ERROR - Please record these numbers 0008 00001D5E 000C"
Requiring me to turn off the 16500C to reboot.
I did get a display on the PC, but the text was in the wrong place and missing...
Google (and the HP manual) told me I needed to install the special fonts provided on the 16500C (and ftp-able to my PC) to the X-server...
Of course the fonts provided have to be formatted properly for modern X-servers - something you can do on a Linux machine, or by installing Cygwin... (I went with Cygwin), once they are configured correctly (as lg165.pcf.gz and sm165.pcf.gz) you have to create a directory for them, and a fonts.dir file (something XmingNotes on fonts will tell you how to do...).
Save yourself this work and download the necessary files from:
Put them in a directory of your choice (I chose C:\fonts\16500C).
You will also have to edit the file font-dirs in C:\Program Files\Xming to look something like:
# comma-separated list of directories to add to the default font path
# defaults are built-ins, misc, TTF, Type1, 75dpi, 100dpi
# also allows entries on individual lines
C:\Program Files\Xming\fonts\dejavu,C:\Program Files\Xming\fonts\cyrillic
Note that you have to run Notepad.exe (or your other favorite text editor) as Administrator to do this in Windows 7 (or Vista).
Now re-start Xming (remember to disable authentication), and see you 16500C screen on your PC!