Windows XP Error 0x0073c35f

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Blog the Haggis, May 30, 2004.

  1. Hello,

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this error message is, I've
    been looking on google but so far no joy. It's a new computer running
    Windows XP and has a HP LaserJet 2300d that prints fine using all it's
    programs except one which generate the following error:

    ERROR: MSG 0x0073c35f [CAT 7/0 STD 3]
    Category: Underlying system generated error [Toolkit Error]
    Function: xvt_print_create xvt_app_create
    File: wprnt.c line: 763

    The program in question is a current version which was developed for Windows
    XP so I don't understand why it's happening. Is there a compatibility
    problem between Windows XP and HP products?

    Any info would be greatly appreciated,

    -Duncan
     
    Blog the Haggis, May 30, 2004
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  2. Blog the Haggis

    Terry Joyce Guest

    >
    > ERROR: MSG 0x0073c35f [CAT 7/0 STD 3]
    > Category: Underlying system generated error [Toolkit Error]
    > Function: xvt_print_create xvt_app_create
    > File: wprnt.c line: 763
    >
    > The program in question is a current version which was developed for

    Windows
    > XP so I don't understand why it's happening. Is there a compatibility
    > problem between Windows XP and HP products?

    Yo Dude
    I googled wprnt.c and led to
    http://www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in/industry/appnotes/xilinx/documents/techdocs/1566.htm
    which says this is an old Win3.1 problem. Are you printing in Landscape
    mode?
    Tee Jay
    http://www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in/industry/appnotes/xilinx/documents/techdocs/1466.htm
    suggests trying another program to print from. Create where you want but
    then cut and paste to different program to print.
     
    Terry Joyce, May 30, 2004
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  3. Hi, thanks for the reply. Yes I did see that one and while the 'work around'
    does indeed work, it still doesn't explain what the functions are and why
    it's happening in the first place. Could it be an old driver causing the
    problem?

    I've also looked at the HP support pages but they have no reference to that
    error code...

    -Duncan


    "Terry Joyce" <> wrote in message
    news:...

    > Yo Dude
    > I googled wprnt.c and led to
    >

    http://www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in/industry/appnotes/xilinx/documents/techdocs/1566.htm
    > which says this is an old Win3.1 problem. Are you printing in Landscape
    > mode?
    > Tee Jay
    >

    http://www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in/industry/appnotes/xilinx/documents/techdocs/1466.htm
    > suggests trying another program to print from. Create where you want but
    > then cut and paste to different program to print.
    >
    >
     
    Blog the Haggis, May 30, 2004
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