I am using Adobe reader X on Win 7 pro x64. Whenever I open up a pdf and press Ctrl+P, scroll to file->print or press the print icon (only three ways I know how to print using reader) it just closes the dialog box and nothing happens. I then go back into it and have to select an alternate printer, but yet the same printer. Confusing I know let me see if I can explain a bit. The printer I am trying to print to is called Tokyo. So when I go to try to print it says that Tokyo is selected. When I click the down arrow for more options, it gives me "Send to OneNote", "Microsoft XPS Document Writer", "Fax", and then "Tokyo" in that order, so that tokyo apears twice, both first and last. When I manually select the second Tokyo printer it prints, every time without problems. As is with other computers in the building. However when the first one is selected it does nothing, as if I pressed the cancel button. I've verified that there is only one printer driver installed, and whenever any of the computers having this problem print using any other program, such as word or excel, only one version of Tokyo shows up, and pressing the print prints everytime without having to do anything. Printer is an HP LaserJet 4100 Series PCL if that makes any difference.
Thanks in advance,
Your issue is similar to what Scrawner had in forum thread http://forums.adobe.com/message/4168581 .
We have now permanently fixed this issue in our latest update (10.1.3). Thus, I would suggest you to install our latest update and let us know if that resolves your problem.