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  1. #1
    igreene@ltsi.net NNTP User

    Driver issue?

    I have recently migrated my queue printers to NDPS. All printers are
    working except for one.

    A new HP 9050 with the latest drivers (I also tried older drivers) loads
    as a printer fine (iprint) the drivers install to the ndps server fine.

    However, when a client tries to install this one printer, it generates a
    spooler subsystem error and locks the machine.

    Individually installing the driver to each machine and setting up a local
    IP port works fine.

    Any ideas? I found NOTHING at hp.com (not surprising)

    Thanks,
    ira

  2. #2
    Josh Messerschmitt NNTP User

    Re: Driver issue?

    i've seen this before with hp drivers, try the driver from the point and
    print bundle on hp's website

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    <igreene@ltsi.net> wrote in message
    news:bhZxd.7342$Ei5.90@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    > I have recently migrated my queue printers to NDPS. All printers are
    > working except for one.
    >
    > A new HP 9050 with the latest drivers (I also tried older drivers) loads
    > as a printer fine (iprint) the drivers install to the ndps server fine.
    >
    > However, when a client tries to install this one printer, it generates a
    > spooler subsystem error and locks the machine.
    >
    > Individually installing the driver to each machine and setting up a local
    > IP port works fine.
    >
    > Any ideas? I found NOTHING at hp.com (not surprising)
    >
    > Thanks,
    > ira




  3. #3
    Tommy Mikkelsen NNTP User

    Re: Driver issue?

    http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/1492.html

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  4. #4
    Barry St.John NNTP User

    Re: Driver issue?

    In article <bhZxd.7342$Ei5.90@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, wrote:
    > Individually installing the driver to each machine and setting up a local
    > IP port works fine.


    Probably an INF issue. Since you can install locally, try this nifty
    utility which will extract the locally installed driver, which you can then
    import into your RMS database.

    http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/1492.html

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    -Barry. [Novell Support Forums SysOp]


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