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Old 01-07-2013, 06:05 PM
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Nick - posting these types of logs to the forums isn't terribly helpful - that's why we have the convenient "Send to Shirt Pocket" button.
Sorry, Dave...

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But this looks to be a destination error, which is why it says "unable to write...". And it has nothing to do with your physical printer, but rather the Printer framework for HP on the drive.
Any suggestions what I might do? (Since I've migrated from the old machine to the new one, perhaps I screwed up something?)

Also: Does the log in any way suggest that my data (on my SD! drive) has been adversely affected? (The "unable to write..." sounds like the SD! drive was left untouched, and it remains an effective clone...albeit not quite up-to-date.)
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