Follow the steps below to fix the HP printer error undefined offending command new.
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Steps to Fix the HP Printer Error Undefined Offending Command New
1. Identify the Error
Since the error is undefined, you won’t know the solution to apply. Therefore, to identify the error, check the printed message on the paper. When this error occurs, it doesn’t print the actual document but the error message.
Once the error has been identified, move to step 2.
2. Separate the Error Source
This step can be somewhat difficult but not impossible. What you need to do is find out which element is responsible. When it comes to this error, the following postscript interpreters are usually the culprits:
Complex clipping paths
Complex fill patterns
Nested EPS image
Multiple fonts on a page
Images were rotated after insertion into the publication
To find out which of the above is responsible, separate each element from your document and try printing. Repeat this for each element until you find out which is responsible.
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HP Printer Error Undefined Offending Command New FAQs
What Does Imagemask Mean?
Imagemask (connected with 1-bit image bitmap fonts and graphics) means a PostScript offending command error that indicates that the bitmap data in your PS (PostScript) file has a problem.
What is a Limit Check Error?
A limit check error occurs when your printer is unable to print the job because it is too difficult for it. It could be that the resolution is too much or the RAM of the printer is low.
What is a Limit Check?
A limit check is used to decide if an entered value into a computing device is within the device’s acceptable maximum and minimum values.