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Computer freezes up (Hangs)

After using this product a few times , now every time I use it after printing a few cd's it locks my computer up, I have to reboot my computer, I don't know why, some times I can print 3 or 4, and then It freezes up. Last time I did 5 without a problem?? Any body else with this problem? I have Windows XP It is suppose to me compatible with XP. I tried it on my lap top with Vista, but it didn't work at all.. Thanks

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On Vista it's not working cuz u don't have propper driver installed for ur printer, as for PC freezing, chek printer's settings in XP, if it's set to print imidiatelly and not spool print jobs first, it could be ur problem.

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