Well, Revit wants you to choose 'Raster' instead of 'Vector' under the 'Print' dialog - 'Setup' button...
There you go, no more crashing!
I have reported this to Autodesk (see below ;-)
|Summary:||Printing 'linked view' with image - crashes|
|Description:||When printing a host view with a linked RVT view that contains a high res image.|
The same problem occurs if printing the drawing from the linked file (the image seems to crash revit).
However, changing the print type to 'raster' solves the problem. Revit should realise that 'vector' is going to crash, and switch to 'raster' automatically.
Please correct this problem as it is irritating.