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Windows 7: Script error when printing in ie9 32 bit

04 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
Script error when printing in ie9 32 bit

I'm running Windows 7 Professional 64 bit, SP1. My hardware supports hardware rendering. I get a script error when trying to print in IE9 32 bit, and in Windows Live Mail. IE9 64 bit printing works fine. Also, if I select File-->Page Setup while in IE9 32 bit, and check OK without changing anything, printing works as long as that instance of IE9 is open. If I close it, and reopen, the same script error occurs until I do the File-->Page Setup again. Printing in Live Mail never works. I have reregistered ole32.dll and oleaut32.dll. Any help will be appreciated.

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07 Jun 2011   #2

Vista Home Premium 32-bit

I read about this problem from many forums and found many people with this issue.

I use Vista Home Premium, 32-bit, and could not print from the AOL 9.0, AOL 9.5 or AOL 9.6 clients. Since they actually use Internet Explorer, I tested printing a IE9 webpage and got the same results, script errors.

Since this error had started just after upgrading from IE8 to IE9, I rolled-back IE9 to IE8 with the same results. Having read where installaion of one program can overwrite common files shared by other programs, I uninstalled my printer software, printer drivers, and deleted my printer from the printer list.

After reinstalling my printer drivers, I can once again print from IE9, and my AOL client programs. I assume that the IE9 installation overwrote some files needed by the printer driver, and reinstalling the printer driver put them back. IE9 seems to work fine and I am happy!
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29 Jun 2011   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

After much internet research and trying all sorts of suggested fixes, today I came across a program named Complete Internet Repair from It has an option to reregister all dll and ocx files used in IE 9. After running the option and rebooting, I was finally able to print in IE 9 32 bit and Windows Live Mail.
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