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This means that the Document or File you are trying to print is not supported by the Driver. These issues rises when you are going to print by a Out - Dated Driver or the Format of the File is not supported. This issue is seen when trying to print a difficult Format ( mainly happens when you try to print a PDF Format ). Try to search the Manufacture's Site for essential Firmware Upgrade or Upgraded Drivers. Contact me further for further doubts.
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