Printing Error with laserjet 4v



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Dear all

We have a laser jet 4v printer and directly attached to Windows 98 operating
system. The print from pdf file does not come properly. Thye right hand side
does not come at all.



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I found the following in KB article , pls go thro it and so
that u can reduce the scope of the prb.

HOW TO: Troubleshoot Printing Problems in Windows 95, Windows 98, and
Windows Millennium Edition;en-us;128345&Product=w98#8

Summary : -

Printing Issue Occurs Only in One Program
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If your printing issue only occurs in one program, this normally indicates
your problem is specific to that one program, and is not an issue with
Windows or your hardware. If you can print from Notepad, WordPad, and other
programs, try the following steps to try to narrow the issue within your
Think about what exactly is the printing problem. For example, does your
program print graphics properly, or are you having problems with just one
Does the problem occur in one document only, or all documents within the
program? As a test, try to print a blank page from the program. If this
prints correctly, the program may have problems with memory or fonts.

Are you using a 32-bit or 16-bit program? 32-bit programs use the system
registry to obtain needed information, while 16-bit programs may use .INI
files. If you are having a printing problem with a 16-bit program, perhaps
an .INI file needs to be modified to accommodate the program.
Uninstall and then reinstall the program. For information about how to do
so, view the documentation included with your program.
Contact the manufacturer of the program for specific settings or possible
known issues with their program that might affect printing. Also, many
programs need upgrades or patches to work correctly, so you should verify
that you are using any appropriate available patches for your program.
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