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49.4C02 - HP Printers & Copiers

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  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    i print document in PDF, and my HP show me this error in display!
    Someone, give me help in this trouble?


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This is supposedly a problem with postscript level 3 by adobe acrobat (which is default there). Try to print either as "bitmap" or use the postscript level 2 setting in acrobat and the printer driver.
With PDF at PS3 setting, the PCL6 drivers often fails printing all the features of PDF Documents. Latest PS driver is recommended.
Another problem causes the formatter of many printers to crash occasionally which has to do with the new "calibri" font in office 2007. This font has no embedded equivalences on the machine. Recommendation: Set the "TTF printing as bitmap" option to enabled (on PCL drivers) to avoid this problem. On PS, the font should be downloaded to the printer where necessary (font download option enabled).

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Update the lan card firmware and the printer firmware with webjet admin hp software.
Regards
François

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

It's a document pb ... cancel this job in progress in properties of printer and restart printer

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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49.XXXX
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