Fix TTYUI.DLL errors
TTYUI.DLL is a DLL file which is responsible for component TTYUI Text Only Driver in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 6:18:28 PM, the size is 108544 bytes and its version is 0.3.7600.16385.
TTYUI.DLL can be infected by virus Trojan:Win32/Agent.AN which spreads through social network Playahead to download and install malware Okoker Optimize Expert on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of TTYUI.DLL will be re-set as:
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TTYUI.DLL is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive TTYUI.DLL blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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'Generic / Text Only' is in an error state
I have some Epson serial port printers that use the Generic / Text Only driver in Windows, connected to COM1, set at 9600,8,N,1,N. This works fine under Windows 7, but in Windows 10 (a Win7 machine that had the online Win10 upgrade done to it) the driver shows a pop-out error box in the lower right of the screen, Printer in an error state 'Generic / Text Only' is in an error state. I have tried all the COM ports, still doesn't work. I tried changing the Port to "File", and I get prompted for the filename to write to, and then the same error displays. I go look at the file that gets written and it looks like everything is there. C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\DRIVERS\x64\3\STDSCHMX.GDL =======================================================
One of my posts needs to be marked as the Answer. The forum will not let me picked my own posts as the answer.
Hi Mark, Welcome to Microsoft Community. Sorry to know that the Printer fails to work on Windows 10. I will certainly help you. This issue might occur if the device settings are incorrect, corrupted, incompatible drivers or due to hardware problems. I suggest you to follow the troubleshooting methods listed below and check if it resolves the issue. Method 1: Run the Printer Troubleshooter How to: Install and Update drivers in Windows 10 Hope this helps. If the issue remains unresolved, please get back to us and we would be happy to help.
Though not a specific fix for the issue I was having, I did the clean install of Windows 10 after the successful upgrade and successful activation of the online based upgrade. I deleted all partitions and created a new one for the clean install. This of course wiped out all the programs installed and any data on the machine. Verified the Windows 10 upgrade was successfully activated. Booted from a USB with the Windows 10 install files on it, picked Skip activation, then Custom Install, and deleted all listed partitions. Created a new full size one and continued on with the install. Actually went pretty quick. On the initial log i picked the Activate Later option, and once Windows finished initializing, it authenticated successfully by itself. Though I haven't loaded the program back on to the machine yet, it does seem snappier, and certainly boots up faster than the upgraded copy of Windows 10.
I left out that this is Windows 10 64-bit. Printer Troubleshooter I already ran the Printer Troubleshooter. Besides the last Print Test Page that was sitting in the Printer Spool in it error state, it did not find anything, even after it deleted the failed job from the Printer Spool. Update the drivers ALL Windows updates from Microsoft online have been applied to this machine. This is using port COM1, which the Update Driver process is using the correct driver for it. I do not know of any method to update the Generic Text Only printer driver, or the "write to File" printer driver, both of which I have tried and the "Error State" happen.
ANSWER: (forum won't let me mark one of my posts as the answer) Clean install of Windows 10 allowing the install to use the activation data already there for upgraded Win10 solved the issue. This would not work on the installed upgraded version.
Just tried this on a different PC, originally Win8, then Win8.1, then online upgrade to Win10, all 64-bit. it works fine on that PC. Just not working on the first PC.
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