Printer Error Offending Command Timeout
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply bigchiz, Mar 9, 2008 bigchiz macrumors newbie Joined: Mar 9, 2008 #6 In the mean time, I watched Creating your account only takes a few minutes. See the "Troubleshooting Possible Causes for the PostScript Error" section to continue troubleshooting. The Timeouts (seconds) area contains two fields: "Device Not Selected" and "Transmission Retry". this content
An error can also occur if the file's PostScript code exceeds one or more of the limits in the PostScript page description language. Any help would be appreciated. It will print the following error message instead: ERROR: timeout OFFENDING COMMAND: timeout STACK: -mark- /sfnts This happens both when I print duplex or not, and the printer I am using I've already tried reinstalling the Oki drivers, running Oki's driver updater and using Repair Permissions on the OS disk in Disk Utility (for some reason the Yosemite upgrade messes up the printer library and check these guys out
Thankfully this wasn't too intrusive for my user, as no user-created data was stored locally. Or, export it from a different application, or simplify it so that it requires less memory. This has been happening for 6 months now since I bought a (late 2012) imac. A PostScript error occurs when the PostScript interpreter can't read the file's PostScript code.
Solved! Select the General tab, select Printing Preferences, and then click Advanced. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply harijay, Apr 3, 2008 harijay macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 31, 2008 #8 Still getting ERROR: undefined STACK I Reinstall it from the original media.If the element causing the problem is an imported graphic, first try reimporting the graphic.
More printer memory may not help that much. After a power outage I have to shutdown everything and turn on in this order: 1. Uploading the latest Laserjet 4 Plus drivers for the MAC doesn't help. Oh, and I was using an HP LaserJet 4100N that was on the network.
- To begin troubleshooting, locate the error type and offending command in the "PostScript Error Types" and the "PostScript Offending Commands" parts of this document.
- Expand Document Options, and then expand PostScript Options.
- If the error doesn't occur with this test file, the application itself isn't causing the error, so you can move to the "Isolating File-Specific Problems" section.
- I knew they weren't, cancelled the job and then re-printed the remaining pages as a new print job.
- After you isolate when the problem occurs, you can eliminate likely causes until you solve the problem.
- any ideas??
Polls Archive Advertising A cookie is used to collect visitor statistics. http://forum.support.xerox.com/t5/Printing/ERROR-limitcheck-OFFENDING-COMMAND/td-p/7530 Twitter™ and Facebook posts are not covered under the terms of Creative Commons. In this case, your file contains PostScript code the PostScript interpreter can't recognize. I haven't tried printing from other applications.
To determine if the application or a specific file causes the error, create a file with only a simple element, such as a rectangle. http://spamdestructor.com/printer-error/printer-error-13-30-00.php I have tried to break up the document in pieces, but after 10 pages the printer stops. The client is Windows 7 with Office 2007.Any ideas? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply bensonk, Mar 17, 2009 bensonk macrumors newbie Joined: Jun 10, 2008 #10 Worked for me Configuring my Apple
In the Address field enter the IP address from the diagnostic sheet. I have the same exact problem, and found this thread via a google search. When new paper was loaded the printer printed one spread and then spat out 20 pages of PS timeout errors. have a peek at these guys Many thanks for your help. 1 Serrano OP raycaruso Dec 15, 2014 at 3:35 UTC Not the greatest solution, but unfortunately the Yosemite upgrade was a little buggy,
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HP LJ 1320 driver page for OS X 10.5 Code: Error: undefined OFFENDING COMMAND: D STACK: Assuming the error is coming from the printer, anyone know of a way to have Message 6 of 7 (34,610 Views) Reply 0 Kudos jjjeroenski Valued Member Posts: 38 Registered: 05-15-2014 Re: ERROR: limitcheck OFFENDING COMMAND: Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed This occurs when there is too great a time gap between receiving two portions of the same job. check my blog i had the printing extra page issue and once i repaired disk permissions that solved the issue.
This server will also support Internet Printing Protocol (IPP). 1. I then repeated this. The device receives small jobs only, or its driver appears only intermittently in the Chooser in Mac OS.If you print to an older PostScript printer or one that uses a PostScript Run test prints, and no more error page!
Isolate application-specific problems Do you receive the error only from a single application, and in every file from that application? An element or combination of elements that requires more memory than is available could be causing the error. All rights reserved. You can easily tell if a connection to an external device is severed altogether: The device doesn't receive any data, so nothing happens.
If the error doesn't occur, the original file is damaged. Basically what happens is the last page will not print. We have tried to disable the advanced printing features, but that has not workedWe have tried to set the port settings to 1gb full, instead of auto autowe have tried to For example, you could receive the PostScript error "%%[Error: undefined; OffendingCommand: ]%%." The "PostScript Error Types" section lists "undefined" under the "Errors that indicate unintelligible PostScript code" heading.
If the error does occur, run any built-in diagnostic routines your application offers. Thanks, musicman4444 share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Lawrence Kushne, Mar 3, 2008 Lawrence Kushne macrumors newbie Joined: Mar 3, 2008 #3 Idential If the error still occurs, open the graphic in the application in which it was created, resave it with a different name. Or, use the version of the driver required by the application.