Increase Print Spool Size

I have a MS server 2008 R2 running as a print server. I also have this setup for internet printing which just means that users can browse to a website and install their printers easily and at their convenience. The printer that we are using is a Konica Minolta bizhub c652. The problem that I'm seeing is if users try and print a document that is say over 30 pages and about 30mb in size it errors out. If the decrease the number of pages to say 20 with a file size of about 20mb then it prints. The Konica is a top of the line printer and should definitely handle very large print jobs. Is there a way on the Konica to increase to spool size or is this something that I can increase on the Server itself? It might also be a local computer issue?

What I have done on the server is increase the page memory size and clean out the spooler and also the temp file. There has to be a way to increase the size that the printer will handle though either on the printer itself or on the server?
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You should try a differnt driver. Try PCL5e if you have pcl6 today.
justin0104Author Commented:
I tried this and it still doesn't work? Any other ideas for increasing the spool size on the server or if this is something that needs to be done on the actual Konica Printer?
Try Printer properties and Advanced tab. Look for hard drive and memory. Are these correkt?
Just to chek were the problem is.
Insted of using the internet printing, if you install it on the server and just share it and add it to one of the computers like \\server_name\printer_share_name does that also happen?

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justin0104Author Commented:
I figured it out.
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