An office printer that was working earlier in the day is no longer printing any documents. Pre-existing
workstations are manually configured to print to the printer directly over the network. A technician has started to
troubleshoot the problem and determines that the printer can still be seen in the network directory. The
technician has also verified that the printer can print self-diagnostic pages successfully. Which of the following
is the MOST likely cause of the problem?
The printer’s IP address has changed.
The network print spooler service has been restarted.
“Perform Printer Maintenance” message is displayed on the printer’s LCD panel.
Two or more users sent print jobs simultaneously, causing a print collision.