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Adobe reader crashes when trying to print to HP 8150 printer

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I have one user here who cannot print from Adobe Reader to a specific network printer.  This network printer is an HP laserjet 8150.  When the user tries to print or open the printer properties Adobe crashes.  I have removed this printer and tried printing with another network printer and it appears to work fine.  I have the most up to date versions of the printer drivers and Acrobat Reader.  I have also tried printing different documents to see if the problem was with a specific PDF and still no luck.  Any other user can print from Adobe to that network printer.  Any ideas?
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I have never had Acrobat crash but have had frequent issues with the printer locking up when printing PDF files. Loading the most recent version of printer firmware has resolved many of the issues.
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