Troubleshoot a problem further if you receive a non-specific PostScript error message, or if a PostScript error occurred without a message. To troubleshoot a PostScript error, isolate when the problem occurs to determine if it is a system-level, application-specific, file-specific, or element-specific problem. After you isolate when the problem occurs, you can eliminate likely causes until you solve the problem. Isolate system-level printing problems Do you receive the error from more than one application? If the same problem occurs from more than one application, the cause is most likely a problem at the system level.
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Search for: PostScript error: limitcheck Limitcheck errors are caused by the complexity of the document, such as there being too many path elements in a line. Sometimes it is not the document that is too complex, but the RIP or printer has certain limitations.
Breaking up the print job in smaller entities can also do the trick. Print only one page or even one color at the time.
Send your page without including the images to see whether images are causing the problem. Ungrouping objects can be very effective. Often groups and especially groups in groups or rotated groups of objects really make it tough to render PostScript.
Nesting files e. If you have a printer with a limited amount of memory you could try to reduce the number of fonts used in the document. If you are printing from Illustrator: if the document contains gradients, select Compatible Gradient Printing Illustrator 7.
The problem is solved by deleting the metadata, but finding the offending image can be tricky in a big project. Photoshop itself has no problem with such EPS files and they can be placed in QuarkXPress documents without a problem. Give your workflow, printer or RIP more room to work Lowering the resolution of your imagesetter or printer makes it easier for the RIP to calculate the job.
This may seem odd but sometimes selecting a higher screen ruling is not such a bad idea as well. Reboot the RIP or printer to clear its memory. Some laser printers allow you to add more memory. If you are still using an old PostScript level 1 RIP, perform a font cache delete if you have the tools for this.
Reopen all imagefiles in Photoshop, save them as binary files and print again in XPress. The problem will be solved.
You could also keep the original images and redo the layout in XPress 3. Limitcheck errors due to corrupted fonts Another source of limitcheck errors are corrupted printer fonts on either the Mac, the server or the RIP itself. Try to find out if the limitcheck errors only occur with documents that share certain fonts. If this is the case, you should replace all those fonts with a fresh copy from the original disks.
Limitcheck errors due to insufficient memory On laser printers, the limitcheck error can also mean that there is not enough memory to do the page size and resolution requested. Double again for duplex double sided printing. Quadruple for color printers. This is just to hold the page; more will be needed at least 1 MB for fonts, paths, and other things. Niknak causes limitcheck error PDF files created by Niknak version 1. This was fixed in patchlevel 3 of Niknak. More detailed information There are several commands that can cause limitcheck PostScript errors.
Check the specific offending command to get a more detailed error description: addglyph , clip , fill , findfont , image , restore , save , sethalftone , setscreen , show , stroke. However, excessive resource consumption can be also caused by infinite loops or recursion. Little can be determined without a sample file. Skipnot says: My Error: Limitcheck……. It starts spitting out pages non stop with this error.. Also I have all latest driver and firmware updates..
Troubleshoot PostScript errors
PostScript error: limitcheck
Offending command: image