In a new PC I always get a "Fatal Exception 0E has occurred at 0028:... in VXD LPT(01)..." error message when I try to print something on an OKI 610ex laser printer attached to one of the four LPT ports available. Please note that I can print without problems on the other printer attached (HP 870 inkjet printer).
I tried the following changes, but without success (I get the same error):
1) print on the OKI using the generic Windows 95 "HP LaserJet Series II" driver;
2) change LPT port;
3) use HiperW OKI driver instead of HP PCL 4 OKI emulation driver;
4) follow the Windows 95 Help Troubleshooting Printing Problems suggestions;
5) format hard disk and reinstall Windows 95B.
For a little time the OKI worked well, then I always got the error message on the second print sent to the printer!
This PC is so configured: Pentium MMX, 32 MB ram, Windows 95B Osr2, parallel port ZIP drive (works well), Mustek 800 II SP SCSI scanner, 4 LPT standard ports (not ECP nor EPP), OKI and HP printers with bi-directional printer cables.
The OKI works well if attached to another PC!
Could you suggest me something to solve this problem???
Thank you very much!