something about the driver is still missing
126 ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND <--> 0xc0000135 STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND
the driver names must match exactly. For the most part HP has this figured
You can work around the issue by creating a local printer on the x64
machine. Create a Local Port in the name
use the x64 driver you already have
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"Jason Chambers" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
On May 23, 2:45 pm, propman <prop...@nospam.com> wrote:
> Jason Chambers wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I'm trying to access 64bit printer share that have been installed on a
> > Windows 2003 x86 server to my Vista Ultimate x64, but I continually
> > get "Windows cannot connect to the printer. Operation could not be
> > completed. (error 0x0000007e)". I have added the x64 drivers by doing
> > the following:
> > From my Vista x64 machine, surf to the \\server\printers. Right
> > clicked and went to server properties. On the driver tab, added a new
> > x64 driver. Pointed to the fresh downloaded driver for HP LaserJet
> > 4250 made May 6th. After doing this, I still get that error message
> > above when I try to add the printer share to my Vista machine.
> > Any suggestions?
> Might be an obvious suggestion......
> Did you run the file first to install it before trying to setup the
> print. If you are pointing your setup to the actual file you download
> from HP then it's no wonder it's not working as it's an executable file
> (.exe) which contains the printer drivers. The drivers themselves have
> to be "unpacked" from the exe file and then installed on the server.
I have sucessfully extracted and installed the drivers into the
server. The problem is when getting the clients to attach/install to
the printer shares this message comes up.