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VP9 Failed to print on 64 bits machines

Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hi,
We have a Visual foxpro application, that we installed recently on windows 2008 server 64 bits.
everything is working fine except teh fact that we are unable to print .
We made sure taht other applications are printing properly on teh same printers
The error message is:
Faulting application SOCEXP.EXE, version 0.0.0.0, time stamp 0x47139f24, faulting module vfp9r.dll, version 9.0.0.5815, time stamp 0x4713a718, exception code 0xc0000094, fault offset 0x00125021, process id 0x18a4, application start time 0x01ca03b1fe1d322d.
Any help
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Olaf Doschke earned 500 total points
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VFP is and creates 32 bit applications and can only use 32 Bit drivers, be it ODBC or printer drivers. Install printers as network printers, if you can, and you should be fine.

Bye, Olaf.
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by:zrod
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in fact the printer is a network printer
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