Internet Explorer prints blank pages

I have a xp pro machine. Has all the latest MS updates. When you print or do a print preview all you see and get are header and footer. I have seen other post about changing the margins to .75. and taking the auto select from encoding. None of this works. From the Administrator profile it seems okay. So I renamed the profile that was not working and created a new one and same thing happens. Very Strange. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Marc ZCommented:
That is strange.  Looks like you've tried most everything out there known to fix this.  How about just trying to repair IE?  Couldn't hurt.  http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318378
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FFUKAuthor Commented:
Temp and tmp user variables were set to %SystemRoot% rather than %Userprofile%

The user under AD did not have enough permissions to write tmp files to the selected directory.

Thanks for your suggestions anyway...
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shore-supportCommented:
I had a similar problem, in my case setting the permission on %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Temp fixed the problem
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