|20 May 2013||#1|
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Not be able to print in ie10
have windows 7 x64 bit OS and 16GB ram. I used Ie8 before and it printed without any issues on either printer. If I upgrade to IE9, I get an error when trying to print - "An error has occurred in the script on this page. Line : 2053
Char: 1 Error : Invalid procedure call or argument.
Code: 0 URL: res/ieframe.dll/preview.js.:"
Yet when going from IE8 to IE10, I can not print on either printer of HP Laserrjet1015 and HP 8600 pro. I have the latest drivers for both printers. I have tried to repair IE10 which did not work and fix the issue. I even roll it back to IE8 which works for fine printing. I do not get any error message in IE10 but if I am in safe mode when trying to print, I get "An error has occurred in the script on this page.
Line : 2053 Char: 1 Error : Invalid procedure call or argument. Code: 0
have tried a lot of techniques and nothing seems to have fixed the printing issue on IE9 and 10. I have tried turning off protected mode, running IE10 as admin and without any add ons, cleaned out temp files, reset ie10, have the latest drivers for both printers, and still not being able to print. I have the latest video drivers for my machine and no change
Just tried to print using xps and it worked fine and no issues. but still not printing a hard copy to printer on Hp LaserJet 1015 and HP Pro 8600. I need to be able to print to these printers
I have the latest printer drivers for the machine and no change.
NO printing at all
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