Local Downlevel Document

  iamthewalrus 14:25 19 Jul 03

I have recently installed a home network between 2 PC's so that i can share all three of my printers. It all works fine except that when i login on one of my pc's i get something called a "local downlevel document" appearing in the printing que. It normally happens on my HP Laserjet 6P but i also get it on my Epson Stylus C40UX (both these are connected to the same computer) I appear to not get it on the other printer (A HP Deskjet 720C) which is connected to the other computer. My computers specs are:

PC 1
LaserJet 6P
Epson Stylus C40
10/100 Mb/s fast ethernet adapter

Connected to PC2 using a 10m crossover cable

PC 2
384 MB Ram
128MB DDR ATI Radeon 9000 GFX
HP DeskJet 720c
10/100 Mb/s fast ethernet adapter

Hope someone can tell me how to get rid of these annoying documents as if the printer is on it can waste a bit of paper (it prints random letters and stuff on the pages)

Thanks in advance

  hugh-265156 14:43 19 Jul 03

what version of windows?

just a few causes

click here or click here or click here

  hugh-265156 14:44 19 Jul 03

click here also

  iamthewalrus 15:14 19 Jul 03

ooops, sorry. Its Windows xp Pro on both. I dont have any anti virus software and i tried the one using the net use /d lpt<x> command and it did not work.
Any other suggestions?

  hugh-265156 15:17 19 Jul 03

I dont have any anti virus software

i would get some and try a scan just in case.

  hugh-265156 15:17 19 Jul 03

I dont have any anti virus software

i would get some and try a scan just in case.

  iamthewalrus 15:19 19 Jul 03

Now, since i printed with my deskjet 720c i am now getting Remote Downlevel Documents printed by the Guest user (i have the guest account disabled)

  iamthewalrus 15:21 19 Jul 03

well, i have norton 2000 but it will not run with xp, i suppose i cood get some downlaodable one.

  VoG II 15:22 19 Jul 03

AVG free click here

  hugh-265156 15:24 19 Jul 03

use avg click here

also click here and update both before running.

  iamthewalrus 15:27 19 Jul 03

OK, will do
doing it now but probably take a while on this crappy dial up

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