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Hi Jakos, I don't think your problem is as much of a hardware problem as it is a software problem. That being said, I think we need more information before we can help you.
1) What program are you using to print to PDF?
2) What method of printing are you using?
3) Have you ever been able to get it working in the past?
Thanks for providing these answers.
Gary Network/Systems Admin Berlin, NHHost Non-profit Tech Careers, Security ForumsCo-Host Networks, Hardware, & Telecommunications Forum
It could also be a software problem. If you're trying to print PDFs that are generated inside a database, etc. software program it could be a flaw in that code for the program. If it happens to any old PDF file that you come across on the internet, outside of a proprietary software program, then that is not the case.