I would suspect an old print driver not playing nice as this is an older model. On these LaserJets that do onboard processing, the good thing is you can ditch the dated driver and replace it with the UPD to solve the issue in many cases. Sometimes this is already part of the drivers included with Windows, but this isn't always the case. Download it from HP so you have the latest version and you know it will be present on the system.
If you need to see how to install the driver, here's a guide on how to do it. You will need to configure the printer manually, since Windows likes to default to the device specific drivers that tend to be faulty as the OS they work with ages. The link to the driver is in the guide.
Your printer is new enough to ship with the PCL6 personality, so chances are good the printer will accept the PCL6 driver. If you have problems with PCL6, use PCL5e.
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