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Getting this error when outputting to a Konica c using postscript drivers (but it will work with ERROR: stackunderflow. OFFENDING COMMAND: astore. ‘error stack underflow’ printing out when printing some jobs . Prints out: printing error: undefined offending command: stack It does this every. “Offending Command” Error message, generated when printing to a PostScript printer. Problem: When printing a PDF Image file or PDF.

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Error Printing a Specific Job…

Getting this error when outputting to a Konica c using postscript drivers but it will work with PCL6 drivers: Email Required, but never shown.

If you remove a page and the error doesn’t recur, the elements you just removed cause the problem. An element or combination of elements that requires more memory than is available could be causing the error.

Make sure that it prints from that application, and then reimport the graphic. Suggested Answer over 3 years ago. A printer socket will receive these data in the end: If you think a PostScript error has occurred, but it doesn’t appear onscreen or in your printout, you can sometimes view or print the error message. If the problem occurs only from one application, see the “Isolating Application-Specific Problems” section. Not finding what you are looking for? Sign up using Facebook.


Not Answered 26 days ago. If the file causes a PostScript error because it is too complex, simplify it and see if it prints. The “PostScript Offending Command” section lists “” under the heading that indicates a problem with any element or file.

Troubleshoot PostScript errors

I presume you mean that you have a problem with one file, but others print OK? If there are any jobs in the print queue, they will show up here.

But the problem is still there. It may be the first job is to big for the memory. Fix You should consider commamd length returned by inputStream. This content has been marked as final.

If your Network port is part of the printer and not a seperate card, you’ll need to change the Formatter. Reinstall it from the original media. If you do not see this option, your printer does not have a PostScript Error Handler.

Your answer needs to include more details to help offeding. A PostScript error message includes a PostScript error type, which defines the type of error it is.

He says the printer has the latest drivers but not sure where the communication problem is happening. How do I stop this?

Make sure that free hard disk space is defragmented. Or, it could be damaged or contain a problem element for example, a damaged graphic. But unless you are a programmer who understands Postscript, that will do little to help troubleshoot the error.


Then, set up the printer again. Post as a guest Name.

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You can begin troubleshooting the file by using the same print settings as the settings of a file that doesn’t cause an error. This is from Illustrator 15 and InDesign as well, same document. You also need plenty of free hard disk space when sending a file to a PostScript interpreter, especially when you print a large file.

Only part of the file prints, the design part, not the text. Not Answered 1 month ago. I would reset the printing system from within System Preferences. Then send groups of pages to the PostScript interpreter. Sorry, A Repeat Question: I try to print another document today, same problem again, offending command: Not Answered 3 months ago.

Not Answered 2 months ago. To test the printers functionality, try printing a menu item, from the”reports” menu. Email Required, but never shown. Now I think there may be something wrong with the code.

Save the new file using the Save As command, and then see if the error occurs with the new file.