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Printing Manager ERROR

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When using Batch Print in the latest version of V12.0.1 on a MAC running OS 10.4.6.... it prints the first page just fine....but as it is sending the remaining pages....(page 2, page 3, page 4, etc...).....I get an error message for each attempt to send a page: "Printing Manager ERROR-108"

Can someone tell me what this error message means? This happens in multiple files on multiple occasions.

thank you!

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I would check your manufacturer's website to see what the error message is. That's a printer error message rather than a VW error.

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Katie, I have the same trouble with many documents on all types of printers. I am running VW11.5.1.

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Are you getting the error message on the printer display or on your computer?

What type of printers are you getting the message on?

Likewise, it's probably something with the printing manager in your operating system - controlled by the OS.

You may want to check apple's knowledge base.

That's definately not a VW error message - we don't have numbers for the exception of DWG error codes which we don't write either.

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The error is on the computer and only happens on some documents.

I will check the apple knowledgebase for print manager errors

Thanks

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Error -108 is a memory full error. It's possible that the document is too complex for the printer driver or printer. If that isn't the case there is probably a problem with the printer setup. I'd try repairing permissions first. Visit Apple Printing Center, there is a troubleshooting section. There is also an application called Print Setup Repair that fixes a lot of problems that can occur with printers, it's not free though.

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Hi there

I have exactly the same problems, although I was printing fine yesterday.

Where do I find the 'Repairing Deisk Permissions' option/application?

More of a PC man myself.... but struggling with macs.

cheers.

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Hi there.

Ive got exactly the same problem myself, although I was printing fine yesterday..?

Where do I find the 'Repair Disk Permission' option/application on a Mac OSX?

not too familiar with Macs, more of a PC man myself....

Cheers.

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Repairing disk permissions is done using 'Disk utility'

In the Applications folder, click on 'Utilities'

In Utilities, click on 'Disk Utility'.

Once open, go to the left hand side and select the drive you wish to check/repair.

Click on 'repair disk permissions'. This can be done while the computer is running.... very safe.

(you can also use the same general procedure as a general system repair by starting the computer up from the 'startup disk' and, using the same steps, click on 'verify/repair disk'

happy trails

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