01-31-2018 07:55 PM
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01-31-2018 09:36 PM - edited 04-07-2019 09:53 PM
From my experience a such may happen due to insuffisient user permissions.
Plese open the control panel and select User Accounts, then press User Accounts again and take a note of your exact username.
Next right click the Start button and select Run.
Type %temp% and press OK.
Browse one level up and right click the Temp folder, then press Properties.
Within the Security tab click Edit, then press Add and type your username.
Press Check names to verify the username and then press OK.
Check the box next to Allow - Full Control for your user, then press Apply.
Press Yes, then keep pressing Continue for any alert, there might be quite many alerts till you are back within the Security tab.
Now press OK and check if you may see any difference while trying to print.
May you see any difference?
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08-08-2018 04:02 PM
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You can click on the back button on the file explorer and it will take you one level up.
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