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Old February 18th 10, 09:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general,microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
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blaket81 wrote:
Hello everyone, here's hoping someone can help. I have a user (running XP
SP3), who has this issue where when she tries to print to any network
printer (whether installed on server and shared, or installed locally by
IP), whatever application she's in hangs up. It happens in all apps, and
all network printers. No other users are having this issue when printing
to
these same printers. She has a printer at her desk(USB) which this does
not
happen with. so far i've tried: deleting drivers and ports,
reinstalling/remapping printers, removing network card from computer,
reinstalling. Here's where it's weird, if i log onto the computer as a
different user (for instance, the local admin account) the issue does not
happen. Coming across this obviously i thought deleting and recreating
the
users profile on the computer would take care of it, nope, same thing.
I'm
at my wits end, anyone have any ideas, i'd love to hear them (or see them)
Thank you.


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