Delete file C:\Windows\FNTCACHE.DAT with all applications
closed and no printing going. Then immediately reboot!

        - Dov

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Emily Berk [mailto:emily at]
> Sent: Friday, January 11, 2008 12:22 PM
> To: Dov Isaacs; framers at
> Subject: RE: The dreaded Internal Error error meets the dreaded Adobe
support, sigh
> Thanks so much, Dov.
> I guess I had turned myself into a developer a few years back and
dropped my membership to the
> Frameusers list.  I should have tried it first, before picking up the
> How do I delete the Windows system font cache?
> -- Emily
> At 11:52 AM 1/11/2008, Dov Isaacs wrote:
> >Emily,
> >
> >On behalf of Adobe, let me apologize for the runaround that you
> >got from Adobe's Tech Support. As soon as I am done with this
> >response, I will be forwarding your post on to our customer
> >support escalation team. I don't know whether we do or don't
> >still "officially" support FrameMaker 7.1 (I thought we did!),
> >but either way, you should have immediately been connected
> >with someone (1) who competently understands and speaks your
> >language and (2) knows the product!
> >
> >There was no "hidden" update to FrameMaker 7.1 or any other
> >version of FrameMaker or any Adobe product.
> >
> >I do recall various problems with "save as PDF" with
> >FrameMaker 7.x causing crashes. The workarounds that tended
> >to work for me included a combination of simply rebooting
> >the computer or deleting the Windows system font cache and
> >then rebooting the system (which also "solves" a missing text
> >in output problem). Apparently, some interaction between
> >FrameMaker, the PSCRIPT5 driver Acrobat plug-in, and use of
> >the Windows registry by all these components can put the
> >PostScript driver in a catatonic state.
> >
> >        - Dov
> Emily Berk

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