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A co worker just purchased a resteraunt that already had the POS set up . The system consists of a server running windows 2000, 2 desktops with touchscreens running windows 2000 and three spoolers, one at each touchscreen location and one in the kitchen. This is my first encounter with a Point of sale system, I'm just trying to help him out. The system was working about a week ago but one of the desktops shut down for whatever reason and then when it was rebooted only one of the spoolers worked. Now for whatever reason the comp. that was rebooted has to be running for anything to work.I went onto the server and started up the print spooler setup utility but it wouldn't let me enter a spooler name ( couldn't type anything ) and when I tried to click on another field I got a pop up that stated that an invalid printer name was given.

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