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    Has anyone experienced any issues installing a PDF printer driver/software on a V90LE? I cannot get any PDF print software to successfully install. For example, when installing PrimoPDF, I get errors such as “Unable to install printer PrimoPDF-Primoport: – PrimoPDF: 1797),”. Other 3rd party software gives a similar error. Even when installing Adobe Acrobat or Office 2003; both fail when trying to isntall their PDF Printing support. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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    Great question!

    Have you tried these:

    Pdf995
    http://www.pdf995.com/download.html

    or

    Win2PDF
    http://www.daneprairie.com/

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    Just tried both of them; no luck. They have all given me some sort of error message when installing. I guess there is no support on XPe yet for PDF printing.

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    What was the message?

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    @ericg wrote:

    Just tried both of them; no luck. They have all given me some sort of error message when installing. I guess there is no support on XPe yet for PDF printing.

    before you run installers on XPE winterms you might need to hook up a USB 2.0 hard drive or thumb drive and temporarily change the TEMP and TMP environment variables (both sets) to d:temp where d: is the letter of your USB2.0 drive.

    right-click on my computer-> properties ->advanced->environment variables

    Then change the TEMP and TMP variables at the top and then scroll down in the list at the bottom and change those too.

    What does this do?

    It gives installers more leg room to unpack before installation proceeds. By default, there’s only 16 MB of space in the default temp directory “Z:”, and this can cause problems that don’t even look like they are disk-space related.

    I have used this method to install Anything I want on these winterms, inclunding Frontpage 2003 which I use frequently to write my HTA scripts.

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