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Problem when printing high resolution images (ERROR:limitcheck) #3099

michaelrsweet opened this Issue Feb 12, 2009 · 1 comment


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michaelrsweet commented Feb 12, 2009

Version: 1.3.7 User: Thomy23

There is a problem when i try to print high resolution images (2500x3500 dpi scans) with CUPS 1.3.7 under Ubuntu Server 8.04.
The image isn't printed, but instead i get a paper with the error message (see attachment).

I can confirm the issue with the 2 printers on the attachment, another printers i used for testing (HP LaserJet 8000DN) doesn't print anything at all.

Greets Thomas


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michaelrsweet commented Feb 12, 2009 User: mike

Your printer is running out of memory.

You can a) add more memory to the printer, b) print lower resolution images, or c) use a non-PS driver (PCL 5 or 6) so that your computer converts the image to a lower-resolution version automatically.

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