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PRINTING PROBLEM When i connect a printer to my server whether local or network printer it extremly slows down and never prints .whats the problem

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Hi if you are using MS Windows NT based OS when you install the printer do not forget to assign a fixed IRQ else the system waits to allocate a free IRQ at its own time which slows down your comp drastically.

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