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I try to print A file that I have that is PDF and I open it withadobe reader 8.0 and when I click on print it asks if printer is available.What may the problem be?Whan I click on printer status it says printer is ready.

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Hi uninst all adobe red squares from your computer.....now install the adobe cd which your printer has .

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Hi , Have you checked with -
1. uninstalling and re-instlling the Adobe application once more?
2.the spooler - opn run on your computer and type down "net stop spooler"- let the command window close - then again pen ru and type down " net start spooler " and let the DOS / command window open and close again. Try taking the print with the printer in the ready status.
3. usbcable detection
Step 2 and 3 will not be most effective if the other applications are printing fine.
Try uninstalling and re-installing the Adobe application.
Or else you have to contact the Adobe vendor for further issues. It could also conflict if you have older version of IE in your computer.Becaus Adobe 8.0 is the latest version that might conflict with the older version of IE

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