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  • Check and make sure that the port has not been switched to a WSD port. Also ensure, I know you stated you checked, but make doubly sure that a Microsoft IPP driver is not being used as that will totally kill printing speed. 

    Please state the version of firmware being  used, saying the latest does not help me to determine if you have a firmware issue.

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  • Check the spooling settings. See if it is set to anything other than "Start printing immediately". 

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  • Make sure print spool is empty.

    C:\windows\system32\spool\printers

    Make sure hidden files are showing.

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  • Hello The Repairatrooper​ , yes we have always used WSD for printing and we are using HP UNIVERSAL Printing PCL 6 (v7.0.1) driver but i have tried direct ip printing as well , no difference


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