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When printing pdf, i get an error "error printing". I am using adobe acrobat 9.2 on windows vista

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You are suggested to make sure if your computer is Reading your printer It is mainly when the drivers are not working properly or there is something wrong with the datacable. Which does not allow the printer to temoprarely store data and cause such error. you can reinstall the drivers and make sure if this not the problem and later change your data cable if not working fine.

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