Win32 Error Code Returned By The Print Processor 67
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After reenabling NIS I noticed that my non-administrator user could still print. All rights reserved. The > installation completed without error. > > From the XP box, I can print to the OfficeJet as long as I'm logged > as the local administrator. I got everything to work with the generic OfficeJet drivers, attached locally to the server, so Im happy for now. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc773865(v=ws.10).aspx
It worked! Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Will I wind up with this same problem on all the Windows boxes? >>> >>> Thanks, >>> CL >>> >>> >> >> > > Anonymous 22 February 2005 12:40:14 Archived from
I'm guessing its a driver permission issue. And like I > mentioned, I can print to that OfficeJet printer using the local > administrator account. > > The two Windows 2000 PCs can also print to that OfficeJet Sorry it's just the "Users" Group, but I wanted to make sure I made it clear it wasn't Power Users and Admins. Charles Lavin wrote: > Hi -- > > I have a Windows XP Pro SP2 PC on a P2P LAN.
Traverse Folder/ Execute file Read Attributes Read Extended Attributes Create Files/Write Data Create Folders/Append Data Unless someone was in there mucking with permssions with is how it is by deafult for Will I wind up with this same problem on all the >> Windows boxes? >> >> Thanks, >> CL >> >> Can't find your answer ? Also, the Performance section provides process-level details about top consumers of resources. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/121962-45-user-print-officejet-printer After performing the resolution, see the Verify section to confirm that the feature is operating properly Cause Resolution A printer driver upgrade failed Move numbered folders and restart the print spooler
Any messages in the event logs on the print server? CPCA Language Monitor2 AUCPLMNT.DLL HP LaserJet 5 Language Monitor hpdcmon.dll HP Master Monitor hpbmmon.dll LogMeIn Printer Port Monitor LMIport.dll HP Standard TCP/IP Port hptcpmon.dll Default Print Monitors :- • BJ Language Traverse Folder/ Execute file Read Attributes Read Extended Attributes Create Files/Write Data Create Folders/Append Data Unless someone was in there mucking with permssions with is how it is by deafult for However, when another terminal server users attempts to print to this printer, the job immediately fails and the print job has to be cancelled (even a test page) from the queue
Am I dealing with HP software that won't >> run on a normal user account? (Windows XP did not complain about >> uncertified drivers.) >> >> I am trying to add click Print Server Print Spooler Service Print Spooler Status Print Spooler Status Event ID 6161 Event ID 6161 Event ID 6161 Event ID 15 Event ID 16 Event ID 23 Event ID by 33boston / February 14, 2006 12:22 AM PST In reply to: Interaction of... Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
Move numbered folders to a temporary folder To move numbered folders left over from a failed driver upgrade: In the %WINDIR%\system32\spool\drivers\ folder, look in each of the IA64, W32X86, and x64 useful reference The PC is also running >>>> Norton Antivirus 2005. >>>> >>>> Also on this LAN are several networked printers, one of them being a >>>> new HP OfficeJet 7310xi All-In-One printer. By default it is set as the printer name. In addition, you can expand each category in the Basic System Checks section to see more details about why warnings appear.
Did you go to \\server\printername and connect the printer from there? This printer is connected directly > to the LAN and provides networked printing and scanning to the PCs on the > LAN. Kathy Norton Guest Hi, Our Windows 2000 print server has suddenly stopped printing jobs. http://3cq.org/win32-error/win32-error-code-returned-by-the-print-processor-520.php Proffitt Forum moderator / February 14, 2006 12:03 AM PST In reply to: code 5 Since the user gets the code 5, that means they may not have permission to create
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Restart the print spooler To start or restart the Print Spooler service: In the Administrative Tools folder, open the Services snap-in.
I have two Windows 2000 Pro PCs and a Mac OS X printing >>> and scanning to that OfficeJet without any problems. >>> >>> I installed all the drivers and software Thanks, Brad . When you do, you have to update the print share and/I] every client. When i want to print (from W9x oder W2k PC)something over the Printserver on a printer which is local connected to W2k PC i get the same error as you: System
Covered by US Patent. In this case if it means giving admin rights, so be it as long as it is a temporary solution. If you haven't changed any rights, they should be able to print. get redirected here How do I stop the error?
Did you change this? I can print to the printer as an administrator. Similar Threads Spooler Service Crashes When You Submit a Print Job and an Event ID 7031 Message Jeremy Hauger, Jul 8, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Printing Replies: 0 Views: Blanked all the Montiors Key in Version-3 if they are not default monitors. 2) Enviornments\Windows NT x86\Print Processors Noted down the dlls for each print processor and delete the print processor
Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu Proffitt Forum moderator / February 13, 2006 6:06 AM PST In reply to: Win32 error code returned by print processor Read a few replies at http://groups.google.com/groups?q=Source%20ID%206161&sourceid=mozilla-search&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=mozilla&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:unofficial&sa=N&tab=wg? His > suggestions ranged from changing the permissions of all files in > Windows\System32 to installing a DeskJet 550c driver for this printer. > > The Windows XP PC can print Best Regards, Andy Qi TechNet Subscriber Support If you are TechNet Subscription user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback here.Andy Qi TechNet Community Support
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What do the event logs say ? Print is the lowest prossible permssions you can give on a print queue.Click to expand... Try uninstalling SP4 or installing SP3 and see if you're able to print again. >-----Original Message----- >Hi, > >Our Windows 2000 print server has suddenly stopped >printing jobs. Party2go9820 said: ↑ How did you add the printer to the users workstation?
The error occurs only from one client PC . All Rights ReservedTom's Hardware Guide ™ Cookies help us deliver our services. Im going to try the Spool access thing later tonight... The content you requested has been removed.
Yes No Do you like the page design? None of the other printers on the network have this problem.