|I think the problem is related to the print spooler service. When it locks up, try restarting that. So when you say it's a networked one, it goes through another server or does the server in question directly communicate with it?|
I'm not trying to be confusing, but there are two ways to hook up a "networked" printer. Either locally, where your computer directly communicates with it, or via a print server, where your computer sends the print request to the print server which then sends it to the printer.
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