I just came into the office and repeated my above test with a Samsung CLX-3175FW printer (also connected via USB). Result is the same. Does anyone know a way to work around this?
I have exactly the same problem since I changed my Mac for an Intel one (10.6.2 instead of Power PC 10.4).
My printer is a Canon MP610 but this has nothing to do with the printer and it's software. Adobe seems to be completely deaf to this issue which is very annoying as most of the downloaded documents you need to print are pdf nowadays.
I surrounded the issue by copying/pasting the pdf image in a jpeg file... This is very time consuming and I'm still waiting for a proper answer to this bug by Adobe.
Let's continue to write, hoping Adobe will begin to move on the subject...
I downloaded and tried your sample PDF I use a DJ990cse Printer on OSX4.11 Printed fine.
You have tried everything I could possibly suggest. You can print from Preview. You probably can print as image (but that is a pain and is slow). You can try a tool like Onyx to try clear all caches, but I doubt it would make a difference. I think you'll need to file a bug report.
File one with Adobe: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
File one with the printer company.
I have the same problem trying to print from Mac Acrobat Pro 9.3.0 to an HP Office Jet 7210 but no problems printing from Mac Preview or any other programs on my MacBook Pro running Mac OS X version 10.6.2 with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. This is an Adobe problem that I wish they would fix quickly because it is becoming a pain in the back side.
If you have two macs with one which prints ok, copy the printer setup utility and then add printers. If not re-install printer setup utility from original disk.
I copied a working printer setup utility from a mac which did not produce "ps to pdf filter" to my mac, added new printers and it worked with no problems.
re-install printer setup utility from your original disk or copy it from a working mac. I copied mine from a mac, added new printers and the problem stopped
Thanks for the suggestion. I have just filed a bug report with Adobe.
After trying many other things, I managed to print a pdf document only by ticking the box "Print as image" in the "Advanced features" window.
It works, but you have to tick this option each time, as it is not a default option.
This means that the problem comes from the Adobe software and not from the printer pilot or the printer software of Mac OS X.
Is Adobe now going to find a definitive solution to this problem and post an answer on their website????
I have the same exact problem with my Brother Printer. I assumed it was a problem with my printer, but then I tried printing on my friend's HP and had the same exact error. I have deleted the printer on my Mac and reinstalled it. I have also installed Adobe Reader (although since I have Adobe Acrobat Pro, I didn't see the need). Still am not able to print. Even Print Preview doen't work. Most of the time I have to export to JPEG to print (talk about a pain in the butt!!!), but lately the JPEGs are inversed (so it looks like a negative or an xray). I'm so annoyed. Nearly everything I need is a PDF and I can't print it!!!