The print team has created a new TechNet blog for discussing printing related topics. Our primary goal is to make this a highly efficient and searchable way for customers to get at the wealth of information we have published in various places. The following list is a subset of topics that we have discussed and are currently considering blogging about:
· Information about new KB articles
· Setup and migration how-to guides
· Tips about debugging printing-related issues
· Links to related blogs and articles being published by other teams
· Other Print related issues
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Did this blog ever take off? Sounds like a great idea which I'm sure many would benefit from.
Hi Guys, i am having allot off trouble and i'm not quite shure where to go and what to do anymore, i have a printer (hp laserjet 3030 pcl6) and 4 laptop's and 2 desktop pc's
The one desctop pc is running on windows 7 x32 and the other on windows xp , all the laptops are running on windows 7 x64, and the printer is connected to the xp machine and everything is connected over a network.
Now my problem is that that not one of the laptop can print, i got drivers for them and everything ive called HP support and they can't help me, the thing is from the win 7 x32 it print's over the network, but the x64 does not want to do anything, it picks it up but gives an error when you try to install or add the printer to print, any help would be appreciated for i have been on the internet now with this issue for the last 3 weeks and i don't know what to do please anyone
Hi Microsoft team,
Printbrm.exe takes a long time to restore even after applying the hotfix as said in the below KB article. Looking forward for your response. For security reasons, I am not giving my corporate email ID. support.microsoft.com/.../2636591
The print drivers, which we are using are HP UPD PCL 5 , PCL 6 ( V5.3 )
Are there any troubleshooting tools available for Win 2008 R2 to troubleshoot printspooler crashes?
We see there is a tool available for Win 2003 Print spooler crashes ( adplus.vbs), but unable to find one for win 2008 R2. Also, is there a tool like cleanspl.exe to completely delete all the printers in the Win 2008 R2.
Please advice. Thanks.
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I have a first gear Print server PS-110 [2 port server with 2 parallel ports] with software for windows XP. I am converting from XP to win 7. My problem is that the first gear software will not run on Win-7. When I install the printer server on my XP system
it crate two printer ports [PS326628_P1 and PS326628_P2], the two ports go to the same IP Address and the Print server will direct the information to the respective printer. I found a paper that explains that I need to create a TCP/IP port in win-7 “printers
and faxes”. Wall win-7 does not allow me to create more than one port / IP Address.
Question #1: How do I create more than one port /IP Address in win-7 “printers and faxes”?
Question #2: How do I assign each printer to its port on the PS110?