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Printing lag, notice regsvr32.exe running

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#1 clc.ollier


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Posted 20 May 2010 - 10:29 AM

Hi everyone, I'm having trouble with my work computer and my IT department isn't any help. Basically, I'm noticing a 4-5 second lag when printing (with the number of print screens I have to take, this snowballs and probably costs me about a half an hour a day). I'm printing to the office HP 4345 (networked) and it used to print much faster before they also networked an HP Laser Jet P2050. I get a blinking hourglass during the lag which prompted me to look at my task manager when printing. I noticed on my computer only that regsvr32.exe is running every three or four print jobs. Is there any way that I can track what's making it run or what it's doing when it runs (I've read that it registers DLLs...?). I've already tried disabling HP Toolbox and other misc. HP stuff on startup (that wasn't there before the P2050 was installed). Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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