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When installing Hp printer 1007 in windos xp then a message appear " RPC server unavailable .

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Sir this is pankaj my office has network .where there is a share printer .and i am unable to access to printer.when i search a network printer then it search netwrk pc

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Rpc server is unavailable when installing printer


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According to the error message, I assume that the spooler service cannot find out the printer on the network.
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hi! Print Spooler is actually a service for your Operating system-
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Click on start and click on run
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