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Interesting. Well, I have two suggestions.
If you're using Acrobat Reader, try downloading Fox-it Reader, a free, lightweight alternative to Adobe's product. It's a fully functional, drop-in replacement. It's not exactly a fix, but a possible workaround.
The other option is to try reinstalling your printer drivers, which may have become corrupted somehow. You can download them from HP's support page here:
Hope that helps.
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