Troubleshoot a problem further if you receive a non-specific PostScript error message, or if a PostScript error occurred without a message. To troubleshoot a PostScript error, isolate when the problem occurs to determine if it is a system-level, application-specific, file-specific, or element-specific problem. After you isolate when the problem occurs, you can eliminate likely causes until you solve the problem. Isolate system-level printing problems Do you receive the error from more than one application? If the same problem occurs from more than one application, the cause is most likely a problem at the system level. Damaged fonts, damaged system files, damaged printer drivers, insufficient hard disk space, network problems, or hardware problems commonly cause system-level problems.

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Font cannot be embedded. Click the Printer and Paper tab. Click the name of the printer that you will be using, and then click Properties. Click Advanced. Click OK, and then click OK. To prevent this problem from occurring for all current publications, follow these steps: Click Start, and then click Printers and Faxes. Right-click the printer that you want to configure, and then click Properties.

Click Printing Preferences. These steps apply to Acrobat Distiller 6. If you are using a different version of Acrobat, the procedure will be slightly different. See your documentation to determine the version that you have. To configure Acrobat Distiller 6. Click the Fonts tab. Click OK. When Acrobat Distiller prompts you to save a new settings file, do so.

Acrobat Distiller will suggest a name that is similar to the following: Press Quality 1. Reinstall all fonts on the harddisk of the RIP to solve the problem.

Findfont errors in files created using the TinyDict files The digital gremlins got at one of the TinyDict html files. The error message usually points to a problem with one of the base 14 fonts used by Distiller. For a detailed overview of this error, you should consult the Adobe database.

For the Windows version of Acrobat Distiller 2. Delete unused font entries in this file if necessary. Reinstall Distiller 3. This will also reinstall all its fonts. You should also reinstall the fonts in the system folder. Check the Adobe website for a work-around which involves editing a configuration file using Vi or so. A too obscure error for my taste. Usually, one has to decrypt the font to determine the exact cause of the error.

Check tht directory structure and configuration files on the RIP.





Troubleshoot PostScript errors


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