I get the following error message:
QuickBooks PDF Converter Activation Error 20.
You cannot print directly to QuickBooks PDF Converter. Try using QuickBooks Save As PDF menu option. My printer was working before I started trying to use QuickBooks. I have a new computer, new printer and new QuickBooks.
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Re: My printer will not print.
You need to set your printer to work in QuickBooks. To do this open QuickBooks, and then go to "File" at the top left of the screen. Then choose "set up printer". Pick your Epson printer and choose "ok" then close the box. It may ask you which form you want to install the printer to, (report, invoice, sales receipt ect.) and if thats the case do them all one by one. Sorry you had to wait almost two years for this answer. I am new to this site.
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On your PC, clear the print queue. Power the printer on and see if the error reappears. If no, there was a corrupted print job in the queue.
Power off printer, unplug the network cable, power on and see if error reappears. If yes, upgrade the firmware
The error -6000, -80 typically occurs when you are using your company file over a network and its data is either converted or restored. To resolve this error you may use "QuickBooks Company File Diagnostic Tool". In a case if you still have issue with accessing your QuickBooks file then you can try a third party QuickBooks Recovery tool to repair your corrupt file. QuickBooks repair software
HP 2300 ERROR 49.XX
• A critical firmware error has occurred on the printer
• Turn printer off then on
• Disconnect the parallel cable or the network cable
• If message still there when the network cable is disconnected
upgrade firmware in jet direct card and the formatter board
• Bad network cable
• Replace firmware DIMM
• Replace the jet direct card
• Replace formatter board
• Replace engine board
95% of the time it is a PDF that has a font that is not recognized by the printer! If the error is not there when you follow the above, you may have to clear out the print queue.
There are three things that you can try.
1. Exit and restart QuickBooks - try printing again
If this doesn't work
2. Go to your printer setting, double click on the QuickBooks PDF converter to open the printing queue, select any jobs listed and click cancel. If there are no jobs listed or you can't cancel them.
You will need to
3. Delete the PDF converter from the printer list.
Restart QuickBooks and try and reprint.
Hope this helps
3.What you need to do is go to your printer settings and delete the QuickBooks PDF Converter
The problem is usually caused by printing a PDF file with fonts/page size/ page formating errors which will cause the printer to display the 49.3048 error. The only way to use the printer is to POR or recycle the power and delete the print job from the server or spooling device and cancel it on the printer before the offending command is issued to the printer again. You can try updating the firmware to the latest version 46.140.5 from the HP website. MIke L.