1745 RPC_S_PROCNUM_OUT_OF_RANGE <--> 0xc002002e
this means that the whatever is happening between the device and Vista over
the RPC (remote procedure call) transport is not supported.
It would better to create a local printer to the device rather than a
Does the print server device support TCP raw printing or the LPD service?
If it does create a Standard TCP/IP Port to the device. Follow the vendor
instructions for queue and raw port configuration information.
If not create a Local Port name the form \\remote\printer
You will most likely need to delete the port that was created when you made
the connection. It should have the print server device in the name.
Windows Printing Team
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"riccume" <riccume@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Just moved from the old trusted Windows 2000 T20 Thinkpad laptop to the
> Vista T61 laptop. I have a private wireless network, with a NAS (Buffalo
> LinkStation) on it and a printer connected to the NAS via USB. I am trying
> connect to the printer but I keep receiving the error "0x000006d1".
> Details: on my new laptop I can see the Buffalo LinkStation connected to
> network (though sometime I have to refresh the search a few times before
> gets correctly picked up) and I can navigate into the "Printers" folder in
> it. But when I right-click on the printer icon and click "Connect..." I
> the error message "Windows cannot connect to the printer. Operation could
> be completed (error 0x000006d1)." Strangely enough a couple of times (out
> 20+) this procedure worked instead and the printer was "successfully"
> connected, but the first time it couldn't print (just nothing happened
> when I
> clicked the Print b0tton) and the second time it was incredibly slow (i.e.
> 10min per page).
> What I have already tried:
> - disabled all firewalls
> - installed the latest version of the printer driver
> - installed the latest version of the Buffalo LinkStation firmware
> - run a patch to allow Vista to work with the Buffalo LinkStation
> on the Buffalo website)
> - tried connecting to the Linkstation using the IP address insted of the
> - disabled IPv6 for this connection
> - upgraded the router to a new, faster one (D-Link DIS-625, draft-n)
> - as you can imagine re-booted all that can be re-booted
> Nothing worked, and I'm out of ideas. And I'm seriously considering going
> back to the old Win2K laptop! Thank you for your help!