Protection Fault - attemption to look at properties HP P1102

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Protection Fault - attemption to look at properties HP P1102

Postby RonnieS » Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:07 pm

I have been using "print double sided" successfully for years on an HP P1102 Laserjet.
All of a sudden, I started to experience the following error code and cannot get any further.
C:\program Files\Libreoffice/program/soffice.bin
Function address 0xf389260c caused a protection fault. (This addtess changes sometimes)
(exception code 0xc0000005) (This is always the same address or offset)
Some or all property pages may not be displayed.

I have upgraded to newer versions on at least two occasions, without any change being experienced. Was the same on my old 32 bit Windows.
I have also reloaded to HP driver a few times (From the original CD).

I would realy appreciate any help please.

I know that there are a few 'work arounds', but would like to fix it if at all possible.


I tried downloading and running the driver from HP but this has not solved the problem unfortunately.

The double sided printing works for a PDF but not for anything from LibreOffice.

Thanks for the suggestion so far.

Best regards

Last edited by RonnieS on Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Protection Fault - attemption to look at properties HP P

Postby John_Ha » Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:45 pm

Yesterday it worked
Today it is not working
Windows is like that

It's probably a Windows 10 update which has corrupted the printer driver - see numerous posts. Download the correct printer driver from the manufacture's web site and install it.

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