We're running Vista on a few of the computers in our office. With my boss' computer, every time she turns it back on in the morning, the printer is offline. We've tried to reconnect and refresh it, but it usually freezes. It's gotten to the point that we have to delete it and Add A Printer every morning! It will work fine all day, but as soon as we either restart it, or turn it back on the next morning, we hit the same wall.
The printer is a big old Toshiba e-studio 35 running off our network (which is hooked through our server). A Toshiba tech guy gave me a new driver for it that he said should work with Vista, but I don't know if our problem is driver related or just part of the fun of running an 8 year old printer off Vista. We do plan on upgrading our printer, but as our lease isn't up until February, I'm really hoping that I don't have to Add A Printer five days a week for the next three months!
Anyone have any idea what could be going on here? I'm stumped, and our Toshiba guy hasn't got a clue
Thanks for your time,