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Printing error message

Posted on 2008-10-26
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A while ago I had a problem in using my printer, and I fixed the problem by updating the print driver.  Now whenever I print it has this error message.  I say 'don't report', and then the printing continues as normal.  Are you able to offer any advice as to how to stop these error messages coming up?  Hope you can help.
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Right-Click "My Computer" -> Click "Properties".  Click the Advanced tab and click the "Error Reporting" button at the bottom.  Select Disable and uncheck the box.
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