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    Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    I turned ON the Windows 7 Professional System. I face the error “Problem report history” is full. I turned OFF the System and turned it ON, but could not solve the problem. I cleared the cache, but still could not solve the problem. Please, anyone help me in solving the problem.



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    Re: Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    STEP 1: Once check that Printer is connected to your Windows 7 System in the right way.
    STEP 2: Check that latest Printer Driver is Updated in your System.
    STEP 3: If not, click “Start” >> All Programs >> Windows Update.
    STEP 4: Click “Check for Updates” in the Left Pane.
    STEP 5: If any updates are found, click “Install Updates”.
    STEP 6: If Prompted for Administrative Password, give it and confirm it.
    STEP 7: If it does not work, meet your printer manufacturer and asks for model specific troubleshooting tips.
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    Re: Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    You can solve this problem by updating the printer drivers to the latest versions and also check weather printer is connected properly or not.

    To update the printer drivers follow these steps

    1. Go to the start button
    2. Then select the tab All programs
    3. Then choose the Windows Update
    4. Then select the Check for Updates
    5. If any updates are available then choose the option Install Updates
    6. If it asks the Administrative password give the password and confirm the password
    This will solve your problem.

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    Re: Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    Hi, Dear friend;

    To resolve the above issue follow the below simple steps

    first of all press windows key+R

    and now type cleanmgr and click OK .....then select the C: drive and click OK and wait for a while

    and then select all the Error reporting files option from the Files to Delete box that is
    1.jpg

    and finally click the OK button ....and next click Delete button

    after that .. the history of Reporting files will be deleted....and then go to Recycle bin and clear the History

    All The Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    hi friend ,
    This can be due to your drivers which are not up to date.
    One way to update your drivers is -
    Click on start button then all programs then choose Windows update .
    If ask for administrator password then provide it.
    Hope your problem will be solved

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    Re: Facing the error with “Problem report history” in Windows 7 Professional

    To eliminate the above mentioned situation stick to the beneath basic steps
    first off push windows 7 key+R
    and from now on variety cleanmgr and click on OK .....then simply find the C: commute and click on OK as well as wait for a while
    and then pick all of the Oversight canceling information alternative in the Documents to be able to Delete pack that may be
    last but not least go through the OK button ....and up coming click Delete button
    following that .. a good Canceling information will likely be deleted....and go to be able to Recycling trash as well as pay off the History.
    This can be because of your people which have been less than date.
    A good way to remodel your people is definitely -
    Simply click start out button and then just about all programs and then opt for Windows bring up to date.
    If perhaps ask for manager pass word and then give it.

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