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NT4 Sp6 Workstation - Printer Problem

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After installing the standalone NT4 workstation, the Event Viewer show the following:
Failed to upgrade printer settings. LocalOnly driver C:\WINNT\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\2\RASDDUI.DLL error 11.
When accessing the Printer Properties, I have the following message:
Device settings cannot be displayed.
Reinstall will not help to print the Test Page.

Strangely, I can print from the DOS Prompt and Microsoft Word only.  The other applications, Excel etc do not print.
Can help?
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Copy that cd the drive, all that are I386, from your system local. repeat the instalation.
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