We have a HP 4345 printer shared on Windows Server 2003 (32 bits), we also put 64 bits driver of HP 4345 on the server. When we connect Win7 64 Bits with the printer a problem occur. Right after the first print from Win 7 64 Bits, no one else in the office can print any more including Win7 64Bits machine. We have to restart the printer to let it accept the print command again.
Does anyone know what cause the problem and how to solve it?
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