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Old Dec 15, 2003, 7:07 PM   #1
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Default Spool One Page at a Time

I can't seem to get a reply to this message from QImage Support or either of the two Qimage forums. I'll try again with the original message.

Spool One Page At the Time worked fine in W2K, but following these instructions:

To configure Windows NT/2000/XP so that "Spool one page
at a time" will work, follow these steps:

1. Click "Start", "Run" and type "Regedit" and click "OK"
2. Double click to open HKEY_LOCAL MACHINE
3. Double click System
4. Double click CurrentControlSet
5. Double click Control
6. Double click Print
7. On the right half of the window, you should see an entry
for EnableBroadcastSpoolerStatus.
If the entry does not exist, right click on "Print" on
the left side of the window and select "New",
"DWORD Value". Then type the name:
EnableBroadcastSpoolerStatus. Once this entry has
been located or added, Double click on
EnableBroadcastSpoolerStatus in the right window to
change its value data.

8. Under "Value data", replace the 0 with a 1
9. Click "OK" and close RegEdit

Does not make "Spool One Page At The Time" work. Any thoughts will be appreciated.

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Old Dec 18, 2003, 9:54 AM   #2
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If you tried the steps in the help and your system still won't spool one page at a time, your operating system/configuration simply cannot handle messages coming from your printer. Your only recourse is to use a method like "spool with time delay".
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