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Print jobs don't get into a queue when print server is offline

I have an old Sony VAIO (running Win XP) that I am using a print server. The VAIO is connected to a HP PSC. The VAIO is on a wireless network along with two other laptops. One laptop is running Win XP and the other is running Vista. Everything was working fine as far as printing went until I reinstalled the OS on the Win XP machine (same OS). Previously the VAIO would go offline due to hibernation and so if I tried to print something from the XP machine, it would get in the queue and get printed when I turned the VAIO on. Now the print jobs are not getting in a queue when the VAIO is offline. I don't know what I did right before and so I don't know how to remedy the problem. Help!

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