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« on: February 07, 2004, 05:47:57 PM »

PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version: win 98se
Problem Application Name & Version: windows
Problem Hardware Make & Model: P4 Intel 512 Ram
Error Messages: none



Hello,  Smiley

Every now and then when I go to print, I find that my printer driver folder is empty! Huh?

A reboot will fix the problem but it does happen often. Shocked

What is going on with my startup for this to happen. Huh?

What is not loading and how can I reload the print driver folder without re-booting?  Cry

Any comments welcome   Cool
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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2004, 04:03:44 AM »

Have you tried reinstalling your printer?

By the way, what kind of printer is it? And is it USB?

Well truth is, nothing is going to mess up your computer for rebooting too much, but sometimes it can. Like I say, computers are like women, you work them too hard and then they stop working for you. So you never know what can happen to your computer. Just tell me your printer name and maybe I can offer you some help, but try reinsalling your printer, maybe that will do some good or better yet, unistall your printer, then download the drivers from their site...that seems to help a lot too seeing the drivers are updated.
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