Is there a fix for this problem Hello, I understand your concern, and we in Community will try to help you in the best possible way we can. Let us know the status of the issue so that we can assist you further. Found the solution on the Foxit support forum: It will be fixed in next major version 8. Optimized the feature for image editing. All programs and games not hosted on our site. Luckily, these issues are rather simple to address.
Use acct tool test your gpu ram for error,stress test it. Even if it's not being reported as such. It should be one of the hottest parts on your report, not the coldest, and certainly not 20C colder then parts inches away. Under the Print on Both Sides caption click on the upside-down black triangle and choose Flip on Long Edge. I highly doubt that's the actual temps around your hard drives, but know that temps that high can cause a hard drive to fail and cause the lockup problems you're having.
Please contact Foxit support if you have additional problems. This in turn causes office to hang, and so unless rundll32. Fixed a problem with cursor display in the Image Editor window. This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program or an update or when you run a program. If not I may have no other option but to revert to Office 2007. ~btw: i know you said you ran memtest86.
I hate to come back to this time and time again but it seems to me like bad ram. Unifying both these threads together. I was looking at these but I'm not sure if changing them would help set the voltages back. I had the same problem after the Anniversary Update. What really gets me is that this doesn't seem to be an isolated incident, first reported almost a year ago it seems, and to be honest neither the Director nor I have the time to troubleshoot an issue which just shouldn't be there! Unfortunately that didn't solve the problem so I reinstalled it. Ok, so it's looking like 'printer status notifications' was the culprit.
Otherwise Foxit is a very good product and I have stopped using Adobe. I tried the various switches in the advanced settings, but it didnt make any difference. I'll just tell you in 20 years of working on computers your symptoms are closest related to 1 temps 2 bad ram i suppose we could try one other thing. This could alter the layout and the typography. Try downclocking it to 1600, lower the voltage on the ram as well intel cpus don't like ram with voltages in the 1.
Is there some setting I need to change? Let us first check if any applications are creating conflicts. I'll try hdtune and the vendor tests though. Is there something else I'd have to change to be able to do that? Click on the Advanced Tab. This site is not directly affiliated with. Make sure to change your printer to your physical printer and you should be fine.
On the Startup tab in Task Manager, for each startup item, select the item and then click Disable. I have to say that I'm really disappointed with Office 2013 following this, it has been quite frankly embarrassing troubleshooting an issue which has resulted from an 'upgrade' - particularly because I had suggested this upgrade so as to improve his Office experience!! I'm trying desperately hard to find a fix, but to no avail. They're often poorly calibrated and report wrong temps all the times. Many thanks for that RobB08 another one to file away for future use. The Print server , for whatever reason had a corrupt driver.
Can anyone suggest anything for me to do. I have updated the software to the latest version but nothing seems to fix the problem. If you make a mistake, or need to remove something, you can delete the layer that the offending content exists on without altering any other part of the document. If playing with the ram doesn't solve the problem i would also look into giving your cpu a little more vcore. Helper7677 wrote:The current Foxit Reader plugin version is 1. Disabling 'printer status noficiations' does seem to prevent this, and printing from Office 2013 consistently works without issues.
Run hdtune read your hd smart info and run a vendor test tool. See: Once again, -does Firefox crash? When I open the Foxit got about 5 seconds until the program stops responding, I clicked for search updates, the program stops but the updates window is working well. When they decided to download upgrades without asking, they should be responsible for the mess they cause. If you do, please uninstall it and see if it helps. If problem does not resolve, the continue with some other repair options. Also as michaeldouglas mentioned see if you can actually find the specific driver for that printer instead of a Universal Printer Driver.