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Restart the Print Spooler service. To do this, follow these steps: oClick Start, click Run, type net stop spooler in the Open box, and then click OK. oClick Start, click Run, type net start spooler in the Open box, and then click OK.
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Check the spooler is running: "Control panel" "administrative tools" "Services" Double click "print spooler" Check that startup type is "automatic" Check the "service status" to see if the spooler is "started". If not select "start" (if it's already started try stopping then restarting the service" Try to Print. Hope this helps. Please let me know if it does, and if not, please provide the EXACT message you receive when you try to print.
This is because your spooler service has stopped on the PC.
If you have Win XP, click on start and click on Run.
Type services.msc and click Ok.
From the list, scroll down to Print Spooler.
Right click on this and click on Start or Restart.
Check if you have icon back or not.