Printed files disappearing, reappearing in queue later, with wrong date
Tim Park 51 weeks ago
We have had a couple machines on our network printing to a network computer. Lately, we have had a problem with files disappearing in the queue and not printing, getting stuck behind phantom previously-attempted documents that suddenly appear in the queue, or partially printing with no error message on either end. And they are all showing up in the queue with the date 4:00 pm 12/31/1969
Someone told me to change the internet time server, I tried that and it seemed to work, but briefly. I have turned off internet time synch, still no difference. Any ideas? We are on a mix of XP and Windows 7 machines, and all are running up to date Norton Internet Security.
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