Posting your question or issue with all the right information can help you get the answers you need faster and allow others to help you more effectively. Here are some tips for posting in the best possible way and recommendations for the information should include in your post.
Post your question or issue in a cause and effect format Example: When attempting to print any PDF Photoshop CC 2019 crashes with an error.
Include information about any of the troubleshooting you’ve already tried Example: The issue happens with all PDF files I’ve tried, including newly created ones using the PDF creation software I use, PDFMagick. I’ve tried rebooting the computer and installed all available updates, but these didn’t help.
Provide details about the version info about any hardware and software related to the issue Example: I have the latest version of PDFMagick, version 3.21B. My printer is an HP OfficeJet Pro 8710 with the latest driver available, 2.9.1.002. I’m using Windows 10 (19041.264) but the print driver was only designed for Windows 8.1. Photoshop CC 2020 is the latest version too, 20.0.7.
Had it worked previously? Were there any significant changes near the time the issue started? Example: It was working last week but recently my computer crashed, and I had to reinstall Windows. I upgraded from 8.1 to 10 because I heard it was better.
Provide the exact error message Example: The error message that appears is “This printer driver is not supported by Photoshop."
Post in the most appropriate forum for your issue Example: The issue only occurs when printing from Photoshop - MS Word and Google Chrome all work fine. Post in the Photoshop forum
Include screenshots or videos if possible Example: I’ve captured and am including a screenshot. I did this so I could get the exact error message.
Other General Troubleshooting Tips
Test with different source files, projects, including and newly created ones
Test with different software, including non-Adobe
Close any other open software not being used at the time of the issue to rule it out - including temporarily disabling your anti-virus software