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Lost Connection after 1 print-job


After a print job I lose the connection to my print-server. the server has a fix ip-address and the subnet is correct. so where could the problem be?

thanks for any help

sorry for my english =)

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  • pasithee Oct 27, 2007

    thanks for your help but ..
    that was the first thing i did. no success. i also removed the drivers and all programs an reinstalled it. also no success

    any other ideas?



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Please check the print queue in the computer. Clear it. Then restart the printer and the print server. See what happens...

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