I know that I had to reinstall the network drivers for my printers after changing routers. The two routers used different default router I.P. addresses and thus assigned I.P. addresses in unique ranges. The computers didn't get the data on the change until the software searched for the printers.
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Could be several things. I would start by eliminating the easiest things. Try another cable, decrease dpi settings (less memory usage), try a USB cable to see if theres a difference if a port is available. Update the print driver from Ricoh website.