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PCL XL Error Message on Hp4350

Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Good Morning Experts,
I am having a printing issue on one of or machines printing to a Networked Printer. Machine is a Dell Optiplex Gx520 running Windows XP SP2, Trying to print to a HP 4350, we are using HP LaserJet 4350 PCL 6 print driver.
This is the error message that i am getting:
PCL XL error
Subsystem: Kernal
Error: IllegalOperatorSequence
Operator: setROP
Position: 29029

This just started today  was working fine last week,  she was trying to print a A/R Transaction report from our Pharmacy Software(Guardian)
the first time she ran the report, it stopped at 48pages, the second time she ran stopped at 78pages. This report is usually a couple hundred, I just had a user on the same type of machine print this same report to the exact printer and it printed out all of the report. Any Input  you experts can give would be awesome.

Thank You,
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Thank you msguru, got the latest's drivers from HP and that fixed it

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