It would be sort of like filing an insurance claim and the insurance company wanting to know the name of your mothers 2nd cousins niece before they pay, Stopping and However, there is a way that always works and is also faster.First, you have to stop the Print Spooler Service, then you have to delete all files under C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\PRINTERS. The advantage of net start over psservice is that is available on every computer.0 Reply Tony 8 years agoYou have to be real careful restarting the spooler service on a network share|improve this answer answered Aug 28 '09 at 10:29 BinaryMisfit 17.6k95776 My suggestion when i read the question was to stop and restart the print spooler service. –Ian Boyd
it does not open. Thursday, August 20, 2009 10:27 PM 0 Sign in to vote Thank you so much. This has solved my problem. I will keep it in mind for futher reference.Kathy Saturday, September Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. December 15, 2011 Sreenadh But is restarting the computer needed?
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 4:09 PM 0 Sign in to vote It looks like that someone has removed my last entry.I hope you have copied it ?Regards,Cengiz KuskayaEDU Tuesday, July 07, I copy and pasted the text into N++ and then saved it as a .bat. Can you please elaborate on that? I feel like the person at the top of the page.
Best yet - fix the problem Microsoft! It is an old Windows XP problem and it still hasn’t been resolved in Windows Vista. Then find a service named Print Spooler and stop it and then delete the Printers files. It's here: http://www.fantasticfreeware.com/applications/sta… Ilija Brajkovic says: 8 years ago I hate this thing too, I’ll try this trick with Print Spooler Service next time.
type this 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe'.
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