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xp and printer help

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jlm, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. jlm

    jlm Flightless Bird

    I'm having a problem with my printer that I think now has something to
    do with xp or explorer. when I get my mail from aol or anyother
    internet based mail server when i start to print several emails the
    computer will close out the aol program and will just print
    jibrish..??? I thought the printer was bad, dell replaced and I still
    have the same problem. It works fine with office/wp any program based
    printing jobs only when I print from the internet do I get this..I
    seems like the printer can't keep up with the information but these
    are very small emails..and again it works fine printing 30 docs at a
    time. using xp...explorer 7 and is a wireless connection to the server
    (n-series - linksys router with norton security)
    thanks for any ideas
    jlm
     
  2. Bruce Hagen

    Bruce Hagen Flightless Bird

    "jlm" <jlm@subpoenaman.com> wrote in message
    news:bkthm55hf6uvnh5bph7ckbjld05bbgcn12@4ax.com...
    > I'm having a problem with my printer that I think now has something to
    > do with xp or explorer. when I get my mail from aol or anyother
    > internet based mail server when i start to print several emails the
    > computer will close out the aol program and will just print
    > jibrish..??? I thought the printer was bad, dell replaced and I still
    > have the same problem. It works fine with office/wp any program based
    > printing jobs only when I print from the internet do I get this..I
    > seems like the printer can't keep up with the information but these
    > are very small emails..and again it works fine printing 30 docs at a
    > time. using xp...explorer 7 and is a wireless connection to the server
    > (n-series - linksys router with norton security)
    > thanks for any ideas
    > jlm



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