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I have an HP 5n on my network hosted by win 2003 srvr.  It takes forever to spool and print.  Any ideas?
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Got the latest driver for the HP5n?

How about other machines, do they experience the same problem?

What speed is your network? 10? 100? 1000?
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All document types, or by any chance just PDF's?

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Also, problems with docs with graphics in it?

If so, to either of the above, try a PS driver....
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cool. thank you!
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