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Crystal Report XI Pro crashing when trying to print a report

Posted on 2012-03-09
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Hi,

Just installed Crystal Reports XI Pro on Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. I can run/pull reports, but every time I am trying to print - Crystal Reports crashing... I've tried to print to different network printer, updated print drivers - still crashing.

Thanks!
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Crystal XI is strictly 32-bit.  You may have to install a 32-bit pronter driver for it.

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OK! Thanks! I'll try it and let you know. Even though we haven't installed any special to other boxes that running Crystal, but I'll try.
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