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OKI C3400n conflicts with windows XP. The error message says "Function address 0X68641f00 caused a protection fault (exception code 0XC00000094) Some or all property page(s)not displayed.

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  • Anonymous Sep 15, 2008

    Function address 0x68641f00 caused a protection fault. (exception code 0xc0000094) Some or all property page(s) may not be displayed.

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  • Stabilo78 Sep 25, 2008

    I have the same Error/problem except my printer is an OKI C3300.
    Does anyone have any info they could shed on this issue?
    The printer won't print out anything, and when i try to open up the printer properties this error comes up, and won't let me into the printer driver properties..
    Interestingly the address in the titlebar of the error says: C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.exe (does this suggest a problem with the way windows is interfacing with the driver?)

    Thanks to anyone for any help!

  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2008

    Same Explorer.exe Protection Fault and codes.

  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    Help! I have the same problem

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SOURCE: general protection fault

based on limited description of the issue possible causes - 1. memory corruption 2. corruption of bios 3. boot sector on hard disk failed or crashed

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Robert Hirst

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SOURCE: printer problem

Remove your printer from the available printers by deleting it. Shut down. Restart and reinstall it. Make sure your cables are connected at the time the manufacturer tells you to.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007


Prasit Dash

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SOURCE: I seem to have a

The Roxio shipped with Dell system has bugs in them since they are shipped hence cannot be repaired. you need to uninstall Roxio and install IE7.

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SOURCE: Cannot access Properties Tab

I don't know that this is something specific to Windows Vista. While researching your query, I've come up with conversations and multiple solutions, but usually involving networked printers and Windows 2000 servers and workstations.

It looks like the trigger for this problem can either be a recent Windows Update installation to your PC or installing new printer drivers. Have you installed either recently on your Vista computer?

I can give you the links to the potential solutions but both lead to rather lengthy discussions on internet forums, so be prepared to do I bit of reading. Unfortunately, I can't just pick out the one piece of information that represents the solution because different contributors offer different solutions, each which seems to work depending on circumstances. The best I can do is post the links and let you take it from there.

HP IT Resource Center

Wish I could do more to narrow down the solution for you. Like I said, the problems reported seem to be very similar but not absolutely the same. Hope this helps. Good luck.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008


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SOURCE: HP Laserjet 2015dn will not print

You didn't say what type of printer connection you have (Parallel Port, USB, etc) and this may not help any but I do know that HP Printers are VERY finicky about not pluging in your USB cable until told to do so.

Also, did you uninstall the printer software prior to doing the reinstallation? That can sometimes make a huge difference also.

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A quick scan of the online technical forums and blogs reveal folks asking for help with this windows error. Your question may be the same as this typical request:
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