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Win 7/XP Mode - Printing Issues

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#1 DigitalFool


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Posted 26 January 2010 - 09:15 PM

I have Windows 7 Ultimate. I have a piece of software that won't print in Windows 7 because it is not yet compatible with Windows 7. I have loaded the XP Mode (the sole purpose for these kinds of situations) and I'm trying to set up the printer. I found that this is a major pain because you have to guess at each TS port until you find the right port for the printer. I was able to find the right one because I see the print job in the XP queue and the Windows 7 print queue. However, after a quick second, I get an error that 'Windows Presentation Foundation Terminal Service Print W' has encountered a problem and needs to close.

The details of error include this:

EventType : clr20r3 P1 : tswpfwrp.exe P2 : 3.0.6920.1109
P3 : 470bc7c1 P4 : windowsbase P5 : P6 : 488f1338
P7 : 1610 P8 : 87 P9 : system.io.fileformatexception

It doesn't matter if I do a test print or out of notepad.

My printer is HP PSC 750.


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#2 ratchet48


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Posted 27 January 2010 - 08:13 PM

Is this printer the HP PSC 750 All-in-One Printer?

Read this and follow instructions,

Installing the Product with the USB Cable and Using the Windows Update Driver or the Driver Located in the Windows 7 Operating System

Edited by ratchet48, 27 January 2010 - 08:16 PM.

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