|27 Feb 2012||#1|
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I apologize for posting a question desiring a quick response because I know you are all very busy - and to be completely honest, we do plan to call the software vendor tomorrow morning, but I'm not sure how far we'll get with that because I can't identify the problem. Anyway, on to the problem:
I have a user who runs a VPC on a Windows 7 Pro machine in my office. The VPC is only run once every two months for printing bills.
The last time the VPC was run, it wanted to do an update - I don't remember exactly what the update was, but we all have it drilled into us to keep our programs patched, so I allowed the update. This would have been soon after the user printed her bills.
Now, two months later, she's ready to print her bills again. The program (an old DOS-based accounting program) runs normally until she gets to the screen to print bills, and then the printer just doesn't respond.
I can't find any info on how to roll back the VPC, or even if that can be done.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
EDIT: So sorry to trouble anyone. I resolved the situation. (I call it cranky computer syndrome)
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