marvintm Posted October 26, 2022 Share Posted October 26, 2022 (edited) Mine is doing the same thing, most current version Paint.net. I noted that the moment when the print dialog opens, its pointing at a previously used Brother printer that is now offline, and throws the error. Paint.net should not crash fatally by simply opening the print dialog when the last used printer is now offline. No other windows program behaves this way. BACKGROUND, I printed to a printer at a customer site that I will never see again so there is no way to open the print dialog successfully with that printer online anymore. If it was, then I could SWITCH printers to a currently valid one. How can i CLEAR the Paint.net last used printer? Is there a DLL or file to empty out, or must I do complete uninstall? Will an uninstall remove ALL previously used settings? Edited October 26, 2022 by marvintm Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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