Notepad, LibreOffice, Excel, Word, Print Test Page, etc. crash when printing to Canon MF8350Cdn on Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
- Windows 10 Pr 64bit
- Wired LAN
- Latest print drivers (as of today)
- Canon MF8350Cdn
ISSUE: When printing from a LibreOffice app, Nodepad, Excel, Word, the Print Test Page button of Printer Properties the application hangs/crashes and never prints. Reloading drivers and rebooting didn’t help. Below are the steps I took to fix it after stumbling across a similar post for another Canon MF model.
- Click the Windows button
- Click Settings
- Click Devices
- Select printer (ie Canon MF8300 Series UFRII LT)
- Click the Manage button
- Click Printer Properties
- Device Settings tab
- Change “Spooling at Host:” from “auto” to “Enabled”
- Click Apply, then OK
Should work perfectly now – at least did for me!
If you have ever forgot the Master Password to Mozilla Firefox just put the following in the address bar and then click the RESET button at the bottom of the page and it will be removed along with ALL the saved passwords that were in the browser.
I manage a private server that starting in late 2015 started having many of there e-mails for Invoice, Sign-ups, Lost Password Requests, or even support e-mail replies get put directly into the SPAM folder of the @gmail.com recipient with the notice of
“Why is this message in Spam? …” and some more about the content looking like it was spam (I have lost the exact wording).
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Fix: Change it so e-mail sent from a domain with a static IP (X.X.C.X) is also sent from that IP (X.X.C.X) vs. the servers default mail IP address (X.X.A.X).
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I have seen this a few times while supporting some Mac machines (mostly wireless, so I’m not sure if this applies to wired connections) at a local business. I find that after many major updates to the OS that the users report they are unable to login when the login is a Network User. In these cases you need to login as a local user (hopefully you have an admin or roaming account with a local copy of the user profile) and let it finish all the update/questions and once to the home screen, just log out and you should be able to login as your Network User.
NOTE: I first saw this in early 2016 and again just a few days ago. It doesn’t seem to effect every machine, but just randomly.