I would be inclined to reinstall your printer drivers, if reinstalling Adobe Reader hasn't resolved it.
Go to the web site of your printer manufacturer - then click on "Support" or "Downloads" to get the latest drivers.
One thing you can try as an alternative is print to another printer and see if you still have the same issue - you can then narrow it down to being an Adobe problem or a printer software problem.
If you don't have another physical printer installed, check to see if you have a virtual printer like "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" or "Microsoft Office Document Image Writer".
Both of these 'virtual' printers will print your document as a file that you can view on screen which is good for testing purposes. If you have the same problem with another printer or one of these virtual printers then the problem may be with Adobe Reader.
What happens when you print other types of documents such as Word documents?
We have found the resolution for this. The print driver was incorrectly set to a default driver instead of the one it came with.