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Are you using the printer via wireless?
Are you printing directly from each PC to that printer? Or there is a computer acting as a printer host, and then you shared it to the other computers?
Also, as you said, it would be a very good troubleshooting if you could try to copy -let's say- 20 pages and see if it stops also, this would help to isolate the issue.
OK, if you have tried reloading the driver from the 3 OS's with no luck, then this is a little bit weird. So,
I will opt out so any other expert can try to help you, no need to write everything again, the new expert will see all the previous conversation.
Is it specific to one program?
That sounds more like a problem with word document setup. Parts are set to print duplex or to not print. I would love to see it myself so I could figure out which pages aren't printing and then look at them.
What exactly happens? Do they just not print? Is it the last pages or random ones in the document. Do they print afterwards but in the wrong order?
One possibility is they have been set to manual duplex so they print those pages that should be the second side after all of the first side pages are printed
See my post above. But what I see happening is
You set the duplex off on the printer. But the program still sees it as a duplex printer
You told it to print one sided.
Then you go back and edit the document at some point. Those pages that got expanded to larger than one page again default to duplex.
The program now sends the job mostly single sided but a few pages are set to duplex.
The printer says I am not set to duplex automatically so he must want manual duplex and saves the 2nd side of those pages till all the other pages are finished
Or just doesn't print them
Or something similar
this is why i was asking if it just skipped the pages or printed them later or printed blank pages for them
that would give me a better idea of what is happening
i can think of 2 possibilities
1. there is some sort of memory problem in the printer itself and a large job is more likely to hit that bad spot in the memory
2. The ink cartridge vents are a little bit clogged and if it prints too much too fast a vacuum builds up and wont let the ink get out. when it pauses for a minute between jobs the air gets back in and it prints properly until the same situation occurs again if it prints too much too fast again