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[filmscanners] RE: not enough memory?



>> What do you mean by "read the manual"?  [:~[:~[:~]]

Just being cute in an attempt to keep things on the light side while
informing you that I am a male.

There is no printer spooler folder on a Mac.

There has to be one, although it may not be called that.  If there is not
one, where are the files that are sent to the printer stored while they are
being feed to the printer and after they have been processed by the printer
driver?  If there is no spooler and the file is sent directly from the
program to the printer or from the printer driver to the printer, the
printer will chock on the overrun because the hardware buffer in the printer
itself is relatively small and can only hold a limited amount of data before
it chocks and crashes.

Ok, it sounds as if you have a single drive with one partition.  Since you
have said that you have run a defragmenting program on that drive and 18 GB
of free and available hard drive storage space, it seems as though lack of
free and unfragmented space is not the problem.  Now that I am sure that we
are using the same language and talking about the same thing I have to admit
that I am at a loss for solutions and you may have to speak with someone
familiar with Macs.  Have you called Epson about the problem?

filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk wrote:
> on 7/11/04 4:41 PM, Laurie Solomon at laurie@advancenet.net wrote:
>
>> If you read the manual closely, you will find that SHE is a HE. :-)
>>
>> First, how many physical hard drives do you have (1, 2, 3, ...); and
>> if you only have one or two physical hard drives, how many partiions
>> is each broken down into and what size are they?
>>
>> Second, how large is the partition that contains your OS; and how
>> much of the space in that partition is empty or free?
>>
>> Third, locate the folder that contains the printer spooler files and
>> see if there are any temporary files in that folder; if so delete
>> them since they are probably orphaned temporary files of old files
>> that were sent to the printer and are not now needed.
>>
>> Report back with the information concerning 1 and 2; and let us
>> oknow if you located the OS's printer spooler folder and if it had
>> any temporary files in it.
>>
>> filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk wrote:
>
> Laurie,
>
> What do you mean by "read the manual"?  [:~[:~[:~]]]
>
> There is no printer spooler folder on a Mac.
>
> I don't have multiple hard drives or partitions...unless those
> partitions are kept blissfully hidden away by the Mac OS.
>
> I'm now going to try to print something of the same size etc without
> using the new profiles.
>
> Merci,
>
> Berry
>
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