ok Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoft Internet Explorer Main On the right hand side you will see a DWORD key called DEPOff.
IF this is set to value 0, just change it to 1 and close registry editor. Click on last tab “Data Execution Prevention” Select Second option and then select “Internet Explorer” from the bottom pan.
* Gave up on a quick resolution and took the PC with me.
* Did a system restore to a time before the problem occurred.
* Switched the network cable with a USB cable - to ensure it isn't a cable issue.
To fix this this I deleted the Software Distribution Folder on my computer to clear any corrupt or stuck Windows Updates, full details below.
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This led me to disable printing features completely (in Turn windows features on or off) and enabling it again afterwards, still no luck. Edit: What I've done since posting this topic (or left out previously): * Rebooted (many times) - Thank you Denis :-) * Checked the Windows events for error or warning entries related to the issue.
* Checked local security policy and group policy for any strange configurations. I responded by logging in remotely and doing the following: * Ensured that the print spooler service is running * Ensured that the print queue is empty * Checked that the printer is not paused or disabled, and that it is available (ready) * Checked that they are printing to the correct printer, and that it is the default printer.* Checked the printer port settings (in printer properties) and switched between Raw/LPR * Printed a test page to determine if the printer can print (maybe it has something to do with the document and not the printer) but got the same error.When on-site, I did the following: * Completed the Windows updates that were busy installing - in case it was updating a printing feature.* Removed the updates that were installed recently - to eliminate the possibility that an update caused the problem.Downloading Applications How can I find out what applications are on my CAC?