|03-11-2009, 02:45 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Adobe PDF Printer on Leopard Will Not Print
OK, I upgraded my G4 Desktop to Leopard from Tiger:
Model Name: Power Mac G4
Model Identifier: PowerMac3,6
Processor Name: PowerPC G4 (2.1)
Processor Speed: 867 MHz
Number Of CPUs: 2
L2 Cache (per CPU): 256 KB
L3 Cache (per CPU): 1 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 133 MHz
Boot ROM Version: 4.4.8f2
After doing this, my Adobe PDF printer stopped working. (It was working Perfectly in "Tiger")
Now, I get this Message:
"Operation Could not be completed. client-error-not-possible Adobe PDF"
When I first received this, I thought, huh, maybe I should upgrade my Adobe Acrobat Suite. So I did, I upgraded to Acrobat Professional 9.0.
I am still getting the same message????
I use the Adobe PDF to produce High-Resolution PDFs for Commercial printing. I know I can do a "Save as PDF" in all my applications, but it does not render the file correctly.
I am using Quark 6.1 - Mostly importing .EPS files into a layout, than ultimately printing to the Adobe PDF.
What I have done so far:
I have deleted the Printer, went back into Adobe Acrobat and did a "Repair" - This did not work.
I did a search on the following on my computer: "AdobePDF" and deleted every file that came up, did a "repair" through Acrobat - This did not work.
I would really appreciate any help from MACOSXHINTS - I thank you in advance.
|03-12-2009, 02:50 AM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2006
What version of Leopard are you using. I believe that there were some issues with CS3 in 10.5.5, which 10.5.6 sorted out.
Create a brand new user account. Does the problem persist? This is a test, not a solution, and will show you whether the problem lies within your original user account, or whether it is system-wide.
What do the log files in the Console app say?
For the time being, you can of course still save PostScript and Distil separately. You could put the PS files in a Watched Folder, to automate the process slightly.
Randomly deleting relevant components when you have a problem is not necessarily a good idea. You may have deleted something crucial that the auto-repair can't mend. I would suggest re-installing the software.
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