I recently deployed 6 new PC's with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit to a client. In working with the printers, I am having a terrible time keeping the printers functioning. One in particular is the manager. The printer is connected via a USB cable and shared so other workstations can print it. This worked great with XP Pro. Now, the printer will work for about a half day, then stop printing. Jobs go into the queue and sit there. The current job will have an error printing. Often the printer will go to Paused mode, but we cannot take it out of paused mode. To fix this we change drivers, turn off the printer, unplug the USB, turn printer on, plug in USB, switch driver back. This doesn't always fix it, btFYI, I have removed the old driver and installed the latest driver for this printer from HP - which does support Windows 7. Other printers on the network seem to work fine - HP 4250, HP Color 4700 and some Okidata 520's. Any ideas how to make this more robust??