Photoshop CC 2019 : Crash when try to Print

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When I try to print this PSD file (https://we.tl/t-4KHDLIAIYo) the Photoshop is crashing without any error displayed. I am on Windows 10.and just upgraded Photoshop a few days ago.
Please check.

Thank you,
Bogdan
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Bogdan Dragomir

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Layout Y Propaganda

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Same thing here, but for any file, on both PS CC 2019 and PS CC 2018.
Ctrl+P or File>Print = PS hangs with no message and has to be closed by task manager.
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Grant Denny

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Having the same problem.  When I attempt to print the program simply shuts down.  Adobe, fix it.
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If you hold down the spacebar when you select File > Print... does it work correctly?
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Layout Y Propaganda

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Well... I tried the spacebar-holding and it worked. The I tried without pressing the spacebar... and it worked. 
In short: it ́s working again and I don't know why, because I didn't update anything other than the normal windows updates.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Photoshop is unique from other applications in that it stores settings from the driver in the file.

If the driver settings are conflicting with a newer driver or printer (crashing the driver and taking Photoshop down with it), holding down the spacebar when you print flushes out the old settings and grabs new settings.
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Layout Y Propaganda

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Thanks for the advice... won't forget!
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Fernando Nanzer

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Still doesn't working here, even if I hold spacebar
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Have you tried completely uninstalling the print driver and reinstalling it? Do you have more than one printer driver installed?