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Printing very slow

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I am on a mac book 2GHZ 2GB of mem. I am @ work trying to print over the network to a kyocera FS-1030D. The problem is that it may take 10 minutes for something to print. I typically print off vehicle values from 1 page nothing of a great size.

Anyone got some ideas on why this is happening or what I can look @ to trouble shoot?

Thanks for the input
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