Hardware Thread, Printing Crashes Application in Technical; Interesting tool, broc, but no use to me here - as the drivers are presumably being held on the server ...
30th January 2008, 03:03 PM #16
Interesting tool, broc, but no use to me here - as the drivers are presumably being held on the server (as proved by how a local connection works fine), I cannot remove them as the printers are still in operation in other locations, just not in the Staff Room any more.
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30th January 2008, 03:14 PM #17
Is there an alternative printer driver you can use. For example, some HP printers can use a 'full feature' driver or a 'basic driver for business'. I've found the full feature driver doesn't like doing things over a network in some cases.
30th January 2008, 04:15 PM #18
Yes, but I'm already using the basic one.
Originally Posted by Geoff
I should clarify that the printer has been working fine in that location for some time, only recently developing this problem.
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