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error while trying to delet print job NDPSM-3.01-248

A user printed a windows test print to a HP LJ 4200N which caused the
printer to stop printing. I am running Netware 6.5 sp1 and have the
printer setup under IPP. This is not an upgraded server, but a new
install. When I go to delete the job at the server I am given the
following error, "NDPSM-3.01-248 Error (1) was returned. Attempting to
delete job 14. Program execution may not continue normally". I have
downed the server and brought it back up and the error persist. I have
also turned off the printer and then turned it back on, but still cannot
print to it. Last but not least, I have searched the knowledgebase and
can find no reference to this error. Any help would be appriciated.

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Re: error while trying to delet print job NDPSM-3.01-248


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