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Posted on 2004-03-23
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Dear Experts,
I have problem in printing the document.When i try to print any thing message comes like:

"There was an error printing the document  to usb_lexmarkx125.Do you want to retry or cancel the job ?"

I contact lexmark tech support and he told me to go to start menu -> run -> regedt32.when i did that he was looking for "HKEY_LOCAL_Machine" on top left corner but i only have "HKEY_CURRENT_USER".He was saying something wrong with my windows 2000.If anybody can guide me on this issue i would be greatly appreciate your time and help.

Thanks.

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by:Pete Long
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try start >run >regedit {enter}
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by:CrazyOne
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Go to the menu item labeled Window and see if "HKEY_LOCAL_Machine on local machine" is listed. If so click on that.
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by:Pete Long
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afternoon Spence :) (1200 to go!)
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by:CrazyOne
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>>>afternoon Spence :) (1200 to go!)

Hi Pete. Maybe you will get the 1200 within in the next hour. :)
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Christopher McKay earned 250 total points
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Hi bhavesh55,
I believe what may be happening to you is that your system has maximized the window, so all you see is the KKEY_CURRENT_USER window. HAve you tried minimizing the inner window and looking for the other windows?
If that doesn't work, you could try the older registry editor,
Start> Run > regedit
Then browse using the folders list on the left.

Hope this helps!

:o)

Bartender_1
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by:Christopher McKay
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Geez..... In the time it takes for me to type my comment you two manage to get two comments each in. ~LOL~ How you guys doing?
Looks as if it's time for more coffee for me.

:o)

Bartender_1
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by:JammyPak
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hey congrats, Pete - one mill - not too shabby!
honestly, I don't know how you guys find the time to rack up so many points! :)
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by:CrazyOne
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Problem with using regedit is in Win2000 you can't set permissions with it. I suspect that is what the Lexmark techs were trying to help bhavesh55 do. :)

BTW hi Bartender_1
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by:JammyPak
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ps. you guys going to the summit?
(sorry for the thread hi-jack...)
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by:Pete Long
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summit?
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by:JammyPak
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MVP Global Summit
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by:Christopher McKay
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Hiya CrazyOne, and PeteLong. Good to see ya around.
JammyPak, I don't believe I've met you, but it's good to see ya.

It's always good to see the "EE Greats" workings.

:o)

Bartender_1
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by:Pete Long
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LOL OK I thought you were talking about something else - no cant afford it, Im going down to M$ UK next month though
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by:Pete Long
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Thanks Bartender - though It will be a while b4 Im in the big fellas league :)
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by:Fatal_Exception
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bhavesh55 ..  looks like this thread has been hijacked..!!  :)  And so, I will just have to throw my congrats out to Pete too..   1MM is the hurdle we would all like to get over, and am glad to see that you are on the brink..!!  

BTW:  where is the MVP summit being hosted..??  Not like I can attend, but just curious..

FE
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by:JammyPak
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OK, now that the hijacking is complete....

The summit's in Redmond, Washington (at the MS campus). MS pays for everything but flights...my company offered to pay, but my wife's due to have a baby tomorrow! Prioirities! Ha!

anyway, nice chatting - bhavesh55,  I hope you got your answer somewhere in here :)
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by:Ugrum
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I'm going to the summit, MS pays for the flight here :)
Oops, all our posts should get deleted for offtopics and flame.
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by:Fatal_Exception
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Just one more comment..  Send me your tickets.. Jammy..!!  :)
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