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Erik
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      14th Oct 2009
When I try to configure a printerport, I get the message "... Error
0x000000aa".

There are a number of programs available on the internet, that are said to
clean this up, but they seem to do a lot more than that (and there is no
specification) so I do not dare to use any of them.

Is there a remedy for this 0x000000aa-error specifically?

 
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Karen Jayne Panzke
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      14th Oct 2009


"STAN STARINSKI" <Chyna@stealsUSJobsPatentsSoftwareMusicVideo> wrote in
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> The port is in use as is indicated by Interrupt, loading PC into Stack,
> and loading Interrupt Vector into PC.. .pretty basic/standard behavior.
>
> Are you running Antivirus in real-time mode?
> Try disabling it. Is your printer a Brother? Next time try HP!


Who the **** cares what is printer is? What is important is that you figure
out how to change your clock. I know it's difficult for someone like
yourself. Call tech support and they will walk you through the process.
Even you can do it if you try.

Good luck.


 
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STAN STARINSKI
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      14th Oct 2009
The port is in use as is indicated by Interrupt, loading PC into Stack, and
loading Interrupt Vector into PC.. .pretty basic/standard behavior.

Are you running Antivirus in real-time mode?
Try disabling it. Is your printer a Brother? Next time try HP!

 
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Erik
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      14th Oct 2009
This system has worked for a couple of years - now I have changed the
router, but nothing else.
Antivirus in real time, yes, but the same as before and the same result if I
cut that off.
The printer is the same as before - HP color laserjet 2550L

"STAN STARINSKI" <Chyna@stealsUSJobsPatentsSoftwareMusicVideo> skrev i
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> The port is in use as is indicated by Interrupt, loading PC into Stack,
> and loading Interrupt Vector into PC.. .pretty basic/standard behavior.
>
> Are you running Antivirus in real-time mode?
> Try disabling it. Is your printer a Brother? Next time try HP!


 
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