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I have a canon iR6870C printer, is a network printer, when  i try to print any small doc file example 40Kb its fine no problem, but when i try to print the big doc file example 16 MB with picture it does not print. any help please  

asked 12/09/2008 11:30

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it is probably sending to the spooler, depending on how fast your network is, it might take awhile, that is a big file.
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HDSportster08

Hi
Thanks for reply
my network is 100 mb, and i receice the error message said error - spooling, the print fail
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monkey_balls

check the printer settings.  If this is your network and you have access to the settings, sometimes there is a print limit on the size of the pages and images.  It should be under properties of the network printer.
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HDSportster08

Thanks for help,
The problem was that c drive was full with zero byte space free, so i clean up some space in c drive and i am able to print, i have on same server drive D wich have 90 GB free. have you got any idea on how to change print job from c drive to d drive.
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monkey_balls

Changing the spool directory is done from the Registry Editor. If you're confident with that, do the following:

1. Start Registry Editor.
2. From the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE subtree, go to the following subkey:
      \SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Printers
3. Change the data for DefaultSpoolDirectory from the current setting (default is C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\SPOOL\PRINTERS) to your new spool directory
4. Exit Registry Editor and restart Windows

This affects all printers. You can also set individual spool directories for each printer, by changing the value under each printer shown below the Printers key.
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