Stop : 0x0000008E only while printing a webpage

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Running into a strange problem on one of my work machines.

Error: When printing from a webpage (other documents work fine) Windows encounters an error and the blue screen of death appears. With the Stop Error of 0x0000008E and locks up.

Steps Taken: reinstalled printers, updated windows, verified there was matching ram, reinstalled video drivers.
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are you using Internet explorer? perhaps try to print with another browser, like firefox, or Netscape.. or other
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I'm looking to fix this problem... not skate around it. any other thoughts?
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is your printer, USB or parralel
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Its a network printer. I have 2 printers and 2 plotters all on a printer server. The problematic computer is having problems printing directly from a web browser.
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Try clearing your cache in the problem IE browser. Check your settings and make sure it's not set to the default 1.5+ GB.
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inital thoughts may have been off. Seems that a couple of the PC's here have been having a problem with that. Everyone neglected to inform me that they have had this problem since a resent electrical storm that effected the print server.

I will research this some more, and i may be back with some more questions.
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yea, couldve shorted out a ffew Capacitor's or, some board on the printer couldve effected.

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