Wirelss Printing = PML Driver/Host Process for Windows Stopped

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Printing / Faxing / Scanning' started by fhertlein, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. fhertlein

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    x64 Ultimate and a Linksys router.

    HP 7410xi Multifunction Printer works fine if I use the USB cable and no
    error messages.

    If I print over the wireless setup, the pages print, but I will receive this
    error every single time.

    Another system with Vista x86 Business works perfectly over the wireless
    network, with full functionality.

    I am trying to avoid having additional cables attached, which is why I
    purchased a printer with built-in wireless capabilities.
     
    fhertlein, Oct 1, 2007
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  2. go to HP.com. There are several articles on this process failing on Windows
    2000 and greater.


    http://search.hp.com/query.html?lan...t.y=9&qt=+PML+Driver/Host+Process&la=en&cc=us

    there is also a security update but I assume you picked up the latest driver
    from HP for this so it would be included in that..


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    Alan Morris
    Windows Printing Team
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    Alan Morris [MSFT], Oct 2, 2007
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  3. fhertlein

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    Thanks for the reply Alan, however, I first went to the HP knowledge base and
    their forums, and their solutions do not work or are not applicable.

    Hence, my post here, since I thought it might have somthing to do with the
    wireless communications.

     
    fhertlein, Oct 2, 2007
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  4. Did you disable the process as suggested? It should not be failing if it
    does not run.

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    Alan Morris
    Windows Printing Team
    Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base here:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;[ln];kbhowto

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

     
    Alan Morris [MSFT], Oct 3, 2007
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