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I have a relatively small network here with a print server, and only one user seems to have this problem. Every time he goes to print, this warning pops up despite having installed the proper drivers on the computer multiple times. (rolled back, uninstalled, reinstalled, updated, you name it, I've done it).

 Source: Print
 Category: None
 Type: Warning
 Event ID: 20
 User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
 Description:
 Printer Driver Dell Laser Printer M5200 for Windows NT x86 Version-3
 was added or updated. Files:- DKAAG2DD.DLL, DKAAG2DA.DLL, DKAAG2DA.DLL,
 DKAAG2DA.HLP, DKAAG2B1.DLL, DKAAG2BJ.DLL, DKAAG2BT.DLL, DKAAG2DA.ALL,
 DKAAG2DU.DLL, DKAAG2ED.DLL, DKAAG2LU.DLL, DKAAG2PI.EXE, DKAAG2TD.DLL,
 DKAAG2TE.DLL, DKAAG2DL.DLL, DKAAG2F0.DFM, DKAAG2PU.DLL, DKAAG2SE.DLL,
 DKAAG2TF.DLL, DKAAG2TH.HLP, DKAAG2D$.INI, DKAAG2UZ.ZIP, DKAAG2DA.CNT.

It started out causing a small delay for him to print, barely noticeable. Several months later, it's become a huge problem. It takes him 1-2 minutes to print one document.

I've tried researching this problem with some google-fu but every time I come up with information how this is a normal event. In this particular case, it is hardly normal and I need to find a way to stop it.

He is running: Windows XP, 1GB ram.

Any suggestions?

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