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How to Troubleshoot Insufficient Memory in a PostScript Printer

Trouble shooting printer problems in Windows can be a breeze, especially if the shared faults do not require the users to try out some complex steps to resolution it. Even if you have strained production a text on a PostScript printer and have originate across an “Insufficient Memory” error communication, there are workarounds to fix that.
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The fault is exactly what it says; the print job you have ongoing in a PostScript printer stresses extra memory from the device. Then, the printout will turn out with an imperfect portion that proposes that the printer has run out of memory so to speak. For instance, if the to-be-printed text has a TrueType font that is transferred as a Type42 font, the printer memory strength not be adequate enough to apply the font in innate, TrueType format. The printer tries to assign some space for the font, but it will finally overrun its memory and show the fault message.

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