Networkprinter go offline

At our school we have about 25 networkprinters. About six of them go offline on their own. The only way for my users to print again, is for me to restart the printspooler on the printserver.
Does anyone have an idea how this happens and what a can do about it?
OddyITAsked:
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thor_08Connect With a Mentor Commented:
has been testing ...

"Try to eliminate one of them and re-create, to see if the next time you all are hung latter also believes that what makes"?

've seen something in the viewer events
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KutyiCommented:
I had a similar problem when using anything other then Microsoft's TCP/IP ports.  HP, Dell and Lexmark port software can cause issues just like this.
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thor_08Commented:
Hello, has verified that the driver is correct?
They are all of the same model?

Maybe the driver in this conflict, try to eliminate one of them and re-create, to see if the next time you all are hung latter also believes that what makes

Greetings
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OddyITAuthor Commented:
The printers that seem to have the problem, are 5 samsung (we have in total 7 af this type) and 1 HP (we have about 5 of this type)
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thor_08Commented:
has been testing ...

"Try to eliminate one of them and re-create, to see if the next time you all are hung latter also believes that what makes"?

've seen something in the viewer events
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