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Printserver110.exe error

Hi Experts,
New printers were installed and after that Every time I turn on the computer I am getting this error in one of the computers by the way we are using to print  word perfect office 11:
ERROR: PRINT SERVER110.EXE -unable to locate component.  This application has failed to start because PFPI110.PFC was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix.
I already tried to repair the installation with the original CD program and still did not work, I checked on the office 11 folder and the supposly missing file or application is there.
I google and the advise was to copy the file called PRINTSERVER110.EXE into the startup folder so every time the computer starts the file will load but it did not work at all.

I had a second computer with the error: printserver110.exe and I did follow the google advise and it did work only in the sense that is not displaying the error but when printing some times prints and some times does not or sometimes takes almost a minute to print 1 page.

Please advise.
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chenzovicc
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khobsonCommented:
Renaming PrintEngine in the registry is one of the first things that I recommend.

http://corel.force.com/index/articles/en_US/Master_Article/754014-Troubleshooting-Printing-problems-with-WordPerfect?retURL=%2Fapex%2Fkbsearchresultspage&popup=false&lang=en_US&productTopCategory=Productivity&applicationSubCategory=WordPerfect_Office&productSubCategory=DC_12015&topicCategory=NONE&topicCategoryText=NONE&subTopicCategory=NONE&subTopicCategoryText=NONE&articleId=kA060000000KzWd

Windows Vista and Windows 7

    Click on Start all programs, accessories and click on Run. Type Regedit in the Open box and click on OK.
    Scroll up to the top of your screen until you see ‘My Computer’
    Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Corel
    Right click on the folder ‘PrintEngine’ and go down and left click on ‘Rename’. Change the name to PrintEngineOld
    Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Corel\\WordPerfect\\15,14. Right click on the folder ‘Envelope’ and go down and left click on ‘Rename’. Change the name to EnvelopeOld
    Scroll up to the top of your screen untill you see 'My Computer'.
    Click on the ‘-‘ to close the folder ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER’
    Click View, Refresh.
    Close the registry editor.

 

Windows 2000 and XP

Click on ‘Start’ and go up to ‘Run’

    Type in regedit into the ‘Open:’ box. Click on ‘OK’
    Scroll up to the top of your screen until you see ‘My Computer’
    Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Corel
    Right click on the folder ‘PrintEngine’ and go down and left click on ‘Rename’. Change the name to PrintEngineOld
    Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Corel\\WordPerfect\\14 ('13', '12', '11' or ‘10' if your using that version)
    Right click on the folder ‘Envelope’ and go down and left click on ‘Rename’. Change the name to EnvelopeOld
    Scroll up to the top of your screen untill you see 'My Computer'.
    Click on the ‘-‘ to close the folder ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER’
    Click View, Refresh.
    Close the registry editor.
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chenzoviccAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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