As you might have read in the Bugzilla entry, the work-around is to use
the PostScript driver instead of the PCL driver.

If Adobe doesn't help, why don't you talk to HP who made the printer
driver? Maybe they finally fix their drivers. I can only repeat: I don't
see how FOP is at fault here. HP PCL drivers are known to cause problems.
I've seen similar failures in Citrix environments when just printing
Word files (although that was a PCL driver from Brother). Other people
reported problems when printing to a HP PCL driver from a Java
application. Switching to the corresponding PostScript driver always
fixed the problem.

On 17.06.2008 16:27:05 Waylon Sisk wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> ASF Bugzilla - Bug 42845
> https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=42845
> 
> Thank you in advance for any assistance.
> 
> Is there a work around or fix?  I have had these same symptoms
> intermittently for months.  Acrobat Reader 7.0.3
> 
> HP All-in-One 7210 using the HP Office Jet Enterprise edition latest
> version which is 5.3.0a. in 
> Windows XP Professional
> 
> Dell OptiPlex GX745 1+ GB RAM. The article mentions it may have to do
> with a slower computer.  This is P4 Dual Core.  I consider it a fast
> machine.
> 
> So far Adobe support has been little help.
> 
> Thank you,
> Waylon Sisk
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