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Printer goes into super slow motion when printing .pdf's

It acts like the buffer is full so the printer only accepts a couple of lines then waits 10-15 seconds then prints a couple more lines and so on. It will take 15 minutes to print a one page .pdf. If I print a Word doc it prints at normal speed. Thx, Charlie

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    same issue, only in Vista

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Try this --- Double click printer>Choose Printer from menu bar>Select Properties>Click Advanced Tab and make sure "Spool print documents and Start printing immedialety is selected>Click Apply Button.

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You don't say which operating system you are using.

The print buffer is an area where the printer stores a small list of the instructions given by the user ahead of what it is doing in real time (for example you can press print for 2 or 3 different documents while the printer is printing the first one and the printer will keep and remember the information for the subsequent documents in its buffer and print them in sequence, when it has finished printing the current document).

Feel free to add a comment to this question to explain the problems you are having with your printer, if this answer does not cover your specific problem.

Your printer has a small memory cache built into it that can store several pages of printing and print instructions ahead of what it is printing in real time. In the event of an error the memory cache can become full and be in a state where it accepts no more instructions.

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Start (Contorl Panel) > (category View) > Hardware & Sound > Printer > double click on yhe printer's icon > highlight and cancel any documents pending > power off the printer > disconnect the printer cable > restart the computer > power the printer on > reconnect th eprinter cable > test print.

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