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Printing/Different LV versions

I have set up a small network of 6 P133's and a networked HP LJ5N printer.
These are running Win95, 32M ram, latest printer drivers. The ini files are
all setup correctly with the com ports. I am trying to print a simple vi,
"print on completion". It works fine on my development machine, but after I
build my application, it prints fine under LV4.1. Under LV5.0, it crashes
with a page fault before printing. Under LV5.1f1, it will print fine, then
when we move the mouse after printing, it crashes with a page fault in the
LVRT.DLL. Tech support hasn't been much help and say that their HP5N works
just fine and that I should update the drivers. There are no newer drivers
than what we are using and it still crashes.
Anybody got any
ideas? I have not tried another printer, but I am not sure
that would not cure the problem.
Thanks,
Craig
cdobis@flash.net
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> I have set up a small network of 6 P133's and a networked HP LJ5N printer.
> These are running Win95, 32M ram, latest printer drivers. The ini files
are
> all setup correctly with the com ports. I am trying to print a simple vi,
> "print on completion". It works fine on my development machine, but after
I
> build my application, it prints fine under LV4.1. Under LV5.0, it crashes
> with a page fault before printing. Under LV5.1f1, it will print fine, then
> when we move the mouse after printing, it crashes with a page fault in the
> LVRT.DLL. Tech support hasn't been much help and say that their HP5N works
> just fine and that I should update the drivers. There are no newer drivers
>
than what we are using and it still crashes.
> Anybody got any ideas? I have not tried another printer, but I am not sure
> that would not cure the problem.
> Thanks,
> Craig
> cdobis@flash.net
>
>
1.check it up with tcp/ip(?) network settings if you are using this protocol
2.try to full deinstall and reinstall original JetAdmin drivers
3.check spool directory
4.check printer queue format - must be emf instead of raw i suppose

WBR, Pavel G. Charny
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