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Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

(OP)
Does anybody know the solution to this problem I am getting when I print the event id is 45 and the error in the log is

Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

And the server is windows 2000

Thanks

RE: Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

I have seen this when using the PCL driver for the printers.  If the printer has Postscript, then use the postscript driver

RE: Document failed to print due to GDI/Driver error in rendering.

(OP)
I replaced the driver and everything worked out fine but it was poscript driver I had installed and reinstalled it again and worked.

Has anyone used clustering yet for printing?

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