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Application Crashes when i configure it to local printer

Hi,
I have installed ORGplus 4.0 on my Windows 2000 professional sp4, when i configure my machine to Network printer it works fine, but if i configure it to local printer the application crashes, could you please let me know what might be the problem.

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  • sukil_s Apr 02, 2008

    HI, Thanks for the reply,



    you might be right, what I tried was I hooked my machine on to a different printer with the LPT port and it seems to work, but if I hook the same machine to a printer with USB cable, then it crashes again, but I will try to change the BIOS settings, which one should I use in this case, a printer with USB cable?

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Posted on Apr 02, 2008

Oooo
USB cable , I didn't think of that as the spooler
thinks about lpt 1st on win2k
you should see if there were any updates on the printer for usb under win2k. its very problamatic with usb. of course so was lpt parallel.

or just run it as a lpt parallel printer as an easy solve.

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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The bios may have to be set for the printer port type .
you have at least 4 choices in the bios ,epp. spp, standard, ....
that depends on the cable and printer type.

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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