Error 1007: An error occured while running Ghostscript
How do I print my file??
I am trying to print a 60 page file to PDF, however, I get the error message Error 1007: An error occured while running Ghostscript - with a heap of other bits and pieces, but this seems to be the primary error message. I have printed using Bullzip many times in the past, no idea why I can't print now
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Ghostscript will repair your corrupted PDF automatically... if it can open it in the first place (that is, if it is not damaged beyond repair). But afterwards you'll still need to double-check the result.
49.XXXXX ERROR A critical firmware error has occurred. 1. Turn the device off and then on. 2. Try to determine whether the error occurs intermittently, while printing, or when turning on the device. 3. If the error appears while printing, determine whether it occurs when printing from a specific computer, a specific application, or a specific file. If all other computers, applications, or files can print without the error, then the problem may be only within one print job or computer. Make sure the computer has the most current printer drivers, or use a generic printer driver. 4. Go to www.hp.com/support/LJP3005. Click Download Drivers and Software. Check for the latest firmware image version at the bottom of the page. If this firmware image is newer than the one installed on the device and the device can receive a firmware update, download the newer firmware upgrade. Try printing a job from a different software program. If the job prints, go back to the first program and try printing a different file. If the message appears only with a certain software program or print job, contact the software vendor for assistance. 6. If the message persists, contact your HP Support.
cutepdf.com . Click "Free Download." A box will
appear asking, "Do you want to run or save this file?" Answer with
"Save." The download will begin. Download Ghostscript (see link in
Resources). Look for "You Can Get the Free GPL Ghostscript 8.15 Here"
sentence and click "Here." This download is required for the CutePDF
program. Save the GPL Ghostscript file to your desktop.
Double click the "CuteWriter" icon on your desktop once your
downloads are complete. Click "Next" on the Setup - CutePDF Writer
screen. Click "I Accept the Agreement" on the License Agreement screen.
Click "Install." The CutePDF setup will run. Click "No" to the CutePDF
Writer Setup box that appears next that asks "Would You Like to Download
the Converter?" You have already downloaded the converter. Once the
setup is complete, a Readme.htm file will appear in your Internet browser. Read this file or print it.
Double click the "Converter" icon on your desktop (it will
have a black "G" as its icon). Click "Setup" on the right side of the
WinZip Self-Extractor converter.exe box. Another box will appear and
then disappear. The setup is complete, and CutePDF is ready for use.
CutePDF installs itself as a printer, and this allows any Windows
program to create a PDF.
Open any Windows application like Microsoft Word or Excel. Open any document you would like to convert to a PDF file.
Click File > Print. Select "CutePDF Writer" from the Name
List in the printer box. Click "Properties." Choose your "Layout" and
decided how you want your page to print. Click "Paper / Quality" and
Click Advanced > Page Size. Click "Print Quality" and
change the DPI. The bigger the DPI, the larger the file size of the PDF
will be. If you are creating a PDF to be emailed, choose 72 DPI or 144
DPI. If you are printing this PDF, choose 300 or 600 DPI. If sending the
file to a commercial printer, choose 600 or 1,200 DPI. For most
applications, just adjust the DPI setting and leave the other settings
Click OK > OK > OK. A "Save As" box will appear. Enter a
filename for your PDF file and select the directory you would like to
save the file to. Click "Save." Your PDF is done.
I have the same problem, but the error only occurs when I try to print a .pdf file (Adobe Reader) using the "Lexmark Optra SC 1275 PS" driver. For some reason the PS driver didn't like .pdf files! My solution was to always print .pdf files using the alternative " Lexmark Optra SC 1275 (MS)" driver, which Lexmark also offers on its website.
As a work around untill we can figure this issue out. http://www.acrosoftware.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp This is a FREE PDF Print to file program.
At the top left of the page the are links to the PDF Creator and the Required GPL Ghostscript 8. The program will not function without it. Both programs work with x64 Vista. Read the website for the other benifits or the program.