Win32 Error Code Returned By The Print Processor 0xbbb
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id 6161 printing by jlespinoza / July 14, 2008 11:19 PM PDT In reply to: Event ID 6161 I have the same problem but I gave full access to the user This happened for me on an HP LJ8000 and an 8100 after moving them from my win2000 server to the win2003 server. Login here! If logged in with "Workstation only" the problem disappeared. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/838172
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Win32 error code returned by printer processor: 3003(0xbbb) Thanks Valentin B., Jan 6, 2004 #1 Advertisements Alan Morris\(MSFT\) Guest 3003 ERROR_SPL_NO_STARTDOC check the security on the spool directory default is If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Win32 erro code > returned by the print processor: 5 (0x5). > After this error in the systemlog the spoller sends a printfile with the > size of 0 kb. > After I changed address on the printer, everything worked just fine.
Win32 error code returned by the print processor: 0x0. [Previous] [Contents] [Next] In this tutorial: Managing Printing Enhancements to Printing in Windows 7 Printing Enhancements Previously Introduced in Windows Vista Additional We have about 10 InterMec printers and all generate the same error. To return the description of any error message in W2K go to a Command prompt and type: NET HELPMSG message# (e.g. "net helpmsg 63" returns "Your file waiting to be printed Bob Black posted Nov 1, 2016 at 11:50 AM Cheaper fuser grease available...
rt_invites posted Oct 29, 2016 at 1:25 PM Loading... Problem: Printing to an Intermec Printer fails. I have read on the net that this message 5(5x0) is access denied. Anonymous In my case this problem appeared when the Wins Server was offline.
"win32 Error Code Returned By The Print Processor: 0x3f"
Error code: > - Event ID 61: > The document
After deleting some files, this problem disappeared. http://pubdimensions.com/win32-error/win32-error-code-returned-by-the-print-processor-2-0x2.php Here is the error Sourcerint Category:None Event ID:61 Description: The document
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. This scenario can exhaust page-pooled memory and cause your computer to stop responding". http://pubdimensions.com/win32-error/win32-error-code-returned-by-the-print-processor-5-0x5.php Win32 error code returned by the print processor: 63 (0x3f).
Win32 error code returned by the print processor: 3 (0x3). 4. Also, Windows 2000 is going to be hard to support today.I know we shut down our last Windows 2000 PC about 5 years ago. didnt do anything but change cartridges and now this.
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Win32 error code returned by print processor 8. Alan Morris\(MSFT\), Oct 18, 2004 #2 Advertisements Tore Guest Hi! If that XP user sends a job to a 5850 nothing prints but then sends the same job to a HPlj 9055 we have it prints fine. To see additional events related to driver isolation activities, you can enable Operational logging as follows: Open Event Viewer and expand the following: Application and Services\Logs\Microsoft\Windows\PrintService.
Usually self inflicted as the IT staffer tries to tighten down security. All of the defaults were used until I saw a previous comment (below) which stated I should try to disable "advanced printing features". Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... have a peek here Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - The usual code 5 is a permissions problem. Win32 error code returned by the print processor: 3003 (0xbbb). We use the Generic > > Text build in driver in Windows 2000. In my case, the issue was only on an HP DesignJet plotter that uses a JetDirect MIO card (the J2552A) for network connectivity.
Total number of pages in the document: 1. Error code: - Event ID 61: The document
Win32 erro > code > > returned by the print processor: 5 (0x5). > > After this error in the systemlog the spoller sends a printfile with the > > size x 22 Mal Morris - Error code: 3003 (Error code 3003) - If you are using a Minolta QMS Magicolour 2200 printer, make sure the protocol used is LPR and not Finally discovered that the printer itself was configured to accept only print requests from the original Win2k server. See ME901370 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Office XP.
Anyone have any ideas on what > might be causing it? > Standard TCP/IP and LPR, various permission settings, > spool file locations, etc tried with no luck. After activating it, everything works fine. Sorry I forgot to mention the users doesn't get any error messages..they are actually told the print job is succesful..the error messages I'm seeing are on the W2k print server.. Hoping to get an answer Win32 error code returned by the print processor: 3003 (0xbbb) hotgoulash LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread
In the end it appeared that these servers were typically stressed (100% CPU; spoolsv.exe consuming 800+ Mb; 500+ jobs left in spool folder) due to a running page heap debug process Sign up now! I've noticed the error message I recieve on the print server is "Win32 error code returned by print processor: 5" Source ID 6161I can't find a resolution to this anywhere so