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stuartangove

hi everyone

i have a broblem with my printer throwing me out in layouts after using the page set up manager, ime using 2009lt with a hp designjet 70 printer. does anyone know if it is a compatability problem and if so

how can i correct the problem

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Have you downloaded the most recent drivers?

 

(and can you please make your thread titles more appropriate so other people can read the questions and advice given? :wink: )

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stuartangove
Have you downloaded the most recent drivers?

 

(and can you please make your thread titles more appropriate so other people can read the questions and advice given? :wink: )

Yes i have already done that although autodesk web sites say it needs to be a HDI driver and HP seem to not know what im'e talking about

stuart

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so what's the printer doing?

 

I'm not sure I understand 'throwing you out in layouts'. Is it giving you an error message of some description, ejecting blank paper...?

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so what's the printer doing?

 

I'm not sure I understand 'throwing you out in layouts'. Is it giving you an error message of some description, ejecting blank paper...?

Hi Again

What its doing is shutting down the autocad program and throwing me out with a autocad program stoped working window appearing.

the printer plotts ok. it only happens when i go into the page setup manager while working in layouts and then save to close drawing

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stuartangove
So it chucks you out before you close it?

 

It's crashing out as it's saving?

 

yes. but it will do it even if i dont save before i close drawing

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stuartangove
is the plot routine programmed to close upon completion of transfer to printer? :?

 

I hav'nt a clue

i dont know of that process, how do i find out!!!

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erm, sorry, I've no idea! I just suspect it's possible!

 

is there anybody else in the office who can shed any light on this?

 

did the person before you leave under a cloud? :shifty:

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erm, sorry, I've no idea! I just suspect it's possible!

 

is there anybody else in the office who can shed any light on this?

 

did the person before you leave under a cloud? :shifty:

 

No I work from home, anyway thanks for your help i need to scratch my head a bit more on this one

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