Read the next article and "let Windows manage it."
There are also possible issues with some printer drivers but your post didn't list the printer make/model or the printer driver version. The last suspect item would be the video driver. Make/model/version is needed here but what you need to know is why it matters. Not only is the printer driver used to print but calls to the video driver also to render printer output. Why is that so? A Windows thing.
My mym is Windows Version 2 User's Guide and Version 2.1 User's Upgrade Guide. My OS is Windows XP Home Edition. When I try to print, a message appears
"unable to allocate any more memory". I have tried everything but still cannot print anything.
Would appreciate any help in trying to resolve this problem.
Thanks, Dave Anderson