[AE=1506] PRINT ERROR #-3
printing, the rasterizing process stops and the RIPServer shows an error
message that says:
“[AE=1506]:PRINT ERROR #-3"
error can be found when trying to RIP a file in RipServer.
- Check the user access rights of the Raster- and Spool folder
Note: Print environments that use a file interface for data output, they also check the user access rights of the output path
- Check where the folders are located (local, network or external hard disk)
Note: The error is usually caused by the folders being placed on network drives with an unstable connection to the computer. It is recommended to set up the path for these folders on a local hard disk.
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