Printer issue IE 9

Posted on 2011-09-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Update to IE 9 when I attempt to print I get an error

Line:  2107
Char: 1
Error:  Unexpected call to method or property access.
Code: 0
URL:  res://ieframe.dll/preview.js
And then it asks me if I want to continue running scripts on this page...

I have reinstalled the drivers with the newest drivers thinking that would work and it did not.

The pritner in question is a Xerox phaser 3250
Question by:Steelers4life
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ID: 36582477
Close all apps and then try these fixit.

Reboot computer and check.

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jcimarron earned 500 total points
ID: 36582804
Steelers4life--Are you able to print (after clicking off that error message), so the message is more of an annoyance rather than a serious issue?
If you are able to print, perhaps you can get rid of the message by clicking IE Tools|Internet Options|Advanced tab and then checking the two boxes "Disable script debugging " and UNchecking the box "Display a notification about every script error" .
If you cannot print, look here
If you have trouble with that link, try this 
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Author Comment

ID: 37020105
Sorry I did not respond. This was fixed by removing the curretn print driver then reinstallings.
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Expert Comment

ID: 37020878
hdhondt and Steelers4life--Note the first fix in the links 

posted in http:#a36582804
"Note Outdated or corrupted printer drivers can also cause script errors when printing from Internet Explorer"
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Expert Comment

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I am not sure how to handle posts such as http:#a37015302 .
Steelers4life has said "This was fixed by removing the curretn print driver then reinstallings" in http:#a37020105
This solution is contained in the links offered in http:#a36582804 
"Note Outdated or corrupted printer drivers can also cause script errors when printing from Internet Explorer"
http:#a36582804  should therefore be the "Accepted Solution" and this thread should not be Deleted.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 37030787
I am sorry I missed that ti was in the link. that was my fault.
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Expert Comment

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Steelers4life---Glad all is well.  Thanks.
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