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rsp87mam





PostPosted: Fri Jul 11 03:44:53 CDT 2003 Top

Windows XP >> CANNOT print

I have Windows XP, .NET Framework 1.1, Office XP
installed on my machine. Printing works just fine through
Office, NotePad etc...

I have a 3rd party software, and i CANNOT print through
this software. But i am sure it is not the software coz,
everything works perfectly on another machine with the
same configuration. the message i get everytime i try to
print using this software is "Aplication-defined or
object-defined error".

Any help will be appreciated.

Tevfik.

Windows XP1079  
 
 
Rob





PostPosted: Fri Jul 11 03:44:53 CDT 2003 Top

Windows XP >> CANNOT print
> I have Windows XP, .NET Framework 1.1, Office XP
> installed on my machine. Printing works just fine through
> Office, NotePad etc...
>
> I have a 3rd party software, and i CANNOT print through
> this software. But i am sure it is not the software coz,
> everything works perfectly on another machine with the
> same configuration. the message i get everytime i try to
> print using this software is "Aplication-defined or
> object-defined error".
>
> Any help will be appreciated.
>
> Tevfik.

Think we've given you advice by numerous people on this before in this
forum. In summary:

1. check with the vendor of the 3rd party software to get their advice.
2. something is different between the "another machine" and your
machine. Find out what's different. Maybe the 3rd party software has a
flawed instllation.

Did you do these steps? What were results?

 
 
Tevfik





PostPosted: Fri Jul 11 04:36:56 CDT 2003 Top

Windows XP >> CANNOT print
>-----Original Message-----

>> I have Windows XP, .NET Framework 1.1, Office XP
>> installed on my machine. Printing works just fine
through
>> Office, NotePad etc...
>>
>> I have a 3rd party software, and i CANNOT print
through
>> this software. But i am sure it is not the software
coz,
>> everything works perfectly on another machine with the
>> same configuration. the message i get everytime i try
to
>> print using this software is "Aplication-defined or
>> object-defined error".
>>
>> Any help will be appreciated.
>>
>> Tevfik.
>
>Think we've given you advice by numerous people on this
before in this
>forum. In summary:
>
>1. check with the vendor of the 3rd party software to
get their advice.
>2. something is different between the "another machine"
and your
>machine. Find out what's different. Maybe the 3rd
party software has a
>flawed instllation.
>
>Did you do these steps? What were results?
>
>.
>
Thanks for your reply. I somehow wasn't able to see my
message posted nor your replies, Sorry.

Vendor says there is nothing wrong with their program. I
am thinking the only difference between the machines is
maybe the installation order of .NET, Office and that
software. One more thing: Every time i get that error
message, it writes a system event. And this system event
is the same one i got the first time I installed the
printer(network printer) on my machine. As if the machine
tries to install the printer whenever i try to print thru
my software.


 
 
Rob





PostPosted: Fri Jul 11 05:43:45 CDT 2003 Top

Windows XP >> CANNOT print
*snip*

> Thanks for your reply. I somehow wasn't able to see my
> message posted nor your replies, Sorry.
>
> Vendor says there is nothing wrong with their program. I
> am thinking the only difference between the machines is
> maybe the installation order of .NET, Office and that
> software. One more thing: Every time i get that error
> message, it writes a system event. And this system event
> is the same one i got the first time I installed the
> printer(network printer) on my machine. As if the machine
> tries to install the printer whenever i try to print thru
> my software.
>
>

Something is wrong with the vendor's product. It works on one machine
and not another. Therefore they do not understand their product. Ask
again.

Same time, given that you received a system event error when you
installed the printer, this suggests something wrong with the printer
installation.

- install another printer and test.

- instead of priting to the printer, chagne the port to "FILE:" and see
if will print. This will separate issue between the printer driver or
the printer/network infrastucture.

- attach the printer direct your machine, by-passing the network,

- do you need .NET for anything? If not, un-install.

- Don't think Office has anything to do with it.