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Printer memory error when printing PDFs

Printer memory error when printing PDFs

Printer memory error when printing PDFs

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I am suddenly having trouble printing PDFs. The error I get is "This job requires more memory than is available in the printer." I have increased Available PostScript Memory to 20000, and set "Optimize for Portability". These are small documents, 2 or 3 pages with nothing fancy. I am running Windows 7 Professional, and my printer is an HP 2840 LaserJet.

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RE: Printer memory error when printing PDFs

Have you tried a cold start on the printer - maybe its memory is fragmented, and it will recognize enough free with a fresh start... or, try printing without using PostScript, and/or set PostScript memory to zero, to free it up for non-PostScript printing....

Fred Wagner
(retired, but still involved!)

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