Hardware Thread, HP 2600n Floating Point overflow error in Technical; IEP Writer 3 runs off the server here. I have recently had a new server, 2008R2 but in order to ...
11th July 2012, 02:25 PM #1
HP 2600n Floating Point overflow error
IEP Writer 3 runs off the server here. I have recently had a new server, 2008R2 but in order to avoid upsetting any software which happily runs off the old server, I left IEP and other server-based programs behind, running off the old 2003 server, now demoted of course.
All seems well until staff tried to print an IEP
Along comes a 'floating point overflow' error.
Can anyone shed light on this or what I can do about it?
I have googled it and it seems to be an HP issue with old programs - but installing locally is not an option for me.
What I dont understand is that nothing has changed -the printer is the same, the program is the same and in the same location as it was before
Last edited by witch; 12th July 2012 at 10:52 AM.
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3rd October 2012, 01:30 PM #2
This is still an issue - we thought that saving in another format would work but it only gives the review sheet.
I have been told today that the same thing is happening with Testbase
Can anyone shed any light - I'm beginning to get dirty looks and I can see their point - everything was fine before!
3rd October 2012, 01:39 PM #3
Not sure where you printer is installed but all hp 2600n and 1320 printers are installed on a 2003 server here because the drivers just wont play on 2008.
3rd October 2012, 02:47 PM #4
Have you tried the hp universal driver?
3rd October 2012, 10:24 PM #5
The drivers are on my new 2008R2 server - maybe that is the issue
We are using the universal driver
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