I bought some card stock from Office Depot. It is bright green. Each time I try and print on it today, the file won’t print. I tried moving my test rectangles around to different parts of the paper, but it won’t work. Tried turning the machine on and off. Has anyone had problems with this error happening over and over.
In the past I have had the error show up once, then I re-run the print and there is no problem.
Though these posts about unknown errors are legion, now…I still find them interesting. Just last night I got this same error and finally figured out that some of my designs had no stroke width at all! Could have taken me forever to figure that out, but I guess I just lucked out. Anyway, as soon as I gave them a width, the error went away. I do agree completely though…would be so nice to have more info. when those error windows pop up. Could save a lot of time and grief.
I have generally seen that error for 1 of 3 reasons.
My overall print was too complex for some reason (LPI/too much detail/etc). Reducing print complexity or portioning it out resolves that.
There was a problem with my file preventing processing. (Some examples above, folks here are great at troubleshooting those.)
I hit print too soon after the previous job finished. This error seems to have vanished, replaced by the whole interface just freezing. I find that outcome to be less desirable than the error message that could be accepted, then send the same print again a few moments later.
I ran into an error that seemed to be a result of several hours of multiple small jobs, loading different designs and different materials, a couple times I canceled the print job before I pressed the hard start after I noticed something off. All of the designs I printed several times and they were very simple, just cuts and scores of simple shapes. Finally it just got stuck in calibrating. Not sure what the deal was, but shutting everything down and logging out did the trick.