Posted on 2012-08-20
I have one site where a specific networked Kyocera printer causes a problem on one specific PC (W7 Pro). Periodically the system gives a 0x0000007a error when attempting to print to this printer. I can fix the isuue for a period of time simply by changing the driver for the printer to anything else then immediatly changing it back to the origional driver. this fixes the issue for about two weeks then it occurs again. I have removed the driver totally and reinstalled it from scratch, but the issue still occurs.
The system also has a VPN connection to a remote server for file access and also a Remote desktop session to the same server. The problem occurs even when these are not active.
I can usually work out these problems myself but this one has me stumped.
Anyone have any ideas?
The only man in Panama City Florida who speaks English without an accent.
Dont be fooled by the fact I am 70 years old. I have been working on computer systems since 1967 and PC's and networks since 1986. For the record in 1991, I made the statement to someone that Windows will never catch on (well Windows 2 didn't)