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After installations a internet sharing configuration message keep apearing

Windows\system32\spoolsv.exe appears before and after printing

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Plz try by reinstalling the drivers

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Printer spooler not running


if you are running windows xp then follow these steps

Go to System Properties>Advanced
Select Performance>Settings
Select Data Execution Prevention
Select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select
Click Add
Paste this in to the file name box of the window that opens:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
Select Open
Select OK when you receive the warning
Select Apply

And you will be printing again. Good luck.

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Am having HP laserjet p1005 printer , connected in one PC and also shared with another 3 PC, 2 pc printing fine. problem in only one pc, when we connected its working, after restarted, not working, its...


In that pc i think you are running in user mode, run us Administrator and install driver, will work, and see ip adress will be not automat. if it in auto take a any ip adress, write it with manual.

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Printer spooler is disable automaticly?


anyhow just replace the file c:\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe with good funcitoning same Operatin System.

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Printer offline. How do I fix


The issue is with the printer ports, we need to configure the ports for the network from the printer icon.

Please perform the following troubleshooting steps to fix the issue.

1.Start, Control Panel, and then select Printer and Faxes.
2.Click File and then click Server Properties.
3.Select the Ports tab, and then click Add Port.
4.Select TCP/IP Port and create a new port.
5.Type the IP address of the Printer(which is printed in the network configuration page) and proceed with the onscreen instructions.


Follow these steps to unblock the HP programs and the required Internet ports.

Open the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory and then locate the following files:
  1. hpoews01.exe
  • hpofxm08.exe
  • hposid01.exe
  • hpqkygrp.exe
  • hpqste08.exe
  • hpqtra08.exe
  • hposfx08.exe
  • If the HP software installed on the computer is version 10.0 or newer, find the hpiscnapp.exe file.
  • If the HP software installed on the computer is version 9.0 or older, find the hpqscnvw.exe file.

Open the C:\windows\system32 directory and then locate the following files:
  • hpzwiz01.exe
  • hpznui01.exe

Make a note of or copy the file path for each file listed. The file paths should resemble the example: C:\windows\system32\hpzipm12.exe .

In the firewall software, make sure that each of these programs displays in the list of trusted or allowed programs. If any of the programs do not appear in the list of trusted or allowed programs, add the missing programs to the list manually

NOTE: The name of the list might vary, depending on the firewall program
If the firewall software has different trust levels or requires specific permission for a program to access the Internet, make sure you allow each of the HP programs to access the Internet freely.

Click OK or Save to save the changes to the trusted or allowed program list.

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Print spooler error 2


First you must check that the "spoolsv.exe" file IS in the C:\windows\system32 folder! Start there, and if that does not solve it then keep searching. Theres a whole lot of info out there regarding how to solve a spooler error 2!

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I can print from the internet but not from open office or ms word


Open up your print queue. Cancel All jobs.

Go to the start menu and either click on, or search for cmd. This will open the command window. You also need to open your task manager.

In the task manager, search for a process called spoolsv.exe, or if that doesn't exist, find a process with "spool" in the name. This is your print spooling process. Right click the process, and end it. You can close the task manager now.

Next, go to the command prompt. Type "net start spooler" without the quotes, and hit enter. This should restart your spooling process. Close the command window, and try to print.

If this doesn't work, you should check to make sure you're printing to the correct printer. If it doesnt solve the problem, uninstall your current printer (you may have to end the spoolsv.exe process again), and reinstall the drivers for your particular model, which you can find at the manufacturers website.

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C3100 Printing Fails from XP


Disable firewall to test if it is actually blocking. Windows Firewall should not normally be configured to block printing.

Make a new printer instance, but use a standard TCP/IP port

If that fails, install the driver using the canon setup.exe installer for you unit.

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I have a Lexmark 2500 series printer. There is one printing job that I try to cancel. When I chose the cancel option, the status of that job changed to deleting... and has been like that for the last 24...


Hi,
I assume you've turned everything off and back on again, including the printer and the job is still stuck.

For windows XP,
click on the start button, click on run
type
net stop spoolsv
click OK
wait 30 seconds
click on the start button, click on run
type
net start spoolsv
click OK
Open the printer and refresh the print queue, has the job cleared?

If not we will need to clear the temporary spool files from the spool folder.

click on the start button, click on run
type
net stop spoolsv
click OK

The usual path to the spool folder is
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\PRINTERS,

Delete the files in this folder only, if you are not sure do not delete them.
Close this window.

click on the start button, click on run
type
net start spoolsv
click OK

Alternatively, if you are comfortable using the run command, do the following in sequence. Be very careful what you type *.* means everything in the folder.

net stop spooler
del %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\spool\PRINTERS\*.* /q /f
net start spooler

/Q - for no prompt
/F - to force the deletion

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Print Spooler has stopped.RPC server unavailable


I can definitly help you out....it may take a few steps to narrow down this issue..so don't get frustrated! :-)

First lets start off by trying this:

Go to System Properties>Advanced

Select Performance>Settings

Select Data Execution Prevention

Select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select
Click Add

Paste this in to the file name box of the window that opens:

C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe

Select Open

Select OK when you receive the warning

Select Apply


After doing that , follow my steps again for enabling the print spooler , let me know how that works

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Cannot delete print job


click settings-control panel-administrative tools-services-select 'print spool' from the list-in dialog box click stop-and again click on start. Hope this solves your problem.

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