Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
It appears this is something to do with the way the network printer driver works, and only appears to be a problem when using a networked\shared printer. The problem occurs when the Windows API .EndDoc procedure is called, apparantly if you configure the compiler to ignore floating point overflows this seems to work OK, but thats sounds like a horrible solution.
I am unsure of the context of your problem but judging by the website you're probably printing, rather than writing code, so my advice would be to contact the vendor to see if they have updated software. We had this problem with our software, and had to change it as above.
I'm sorry thats not the best of help, the only other work around is to connect to the printer locally\directly.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
Hi, I don't think you should be looking at the li'l ol printer to blame this on - they are dumb machines and the nearest u would get to blaming the ptr. would be a complex archtectural drawing that the ptr. wouldnt have enough memory for - but I dont think that is the case here and that wouldnt be the error that the printer would show up.
Look at your PCs and app .
At worst case try another prt. driver not PCL6 but as I say try looking elsewhere than the ptr.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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