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I open the run command you can type: net start spooler (You will get a message that says the print spooler service has started) If you still have issues open the run command and type: services.msc it will display a list, where you can find print spooler.
From there you can right-click on it and set it so it is started and runs automatically.
When you try to install a printer and get an error message "Print Spooler is not running" then Print Spooler need to be configured. Open Print Spooler as detailed above and click on the General tab then select these items - Startup type select AutomaticService status click Start Then click OK MICROSOFT PRINT SPOOLER FIXES http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934885
you need to turn it on, Go, . START>>RUN>>services.msc enter. When the services screen comes up, scroll down until you find the "Print Spooler" Enable it, Start it, and set to Automatic, reboot, ya good to go.
I appreciate the opportunity to help you. Try the following:
Check dependency services on Print Spooler ================================ 1.Click "Start", input "services.msc" (without quotation marks) to Start Search bar and press "Enter". 2.Double click the “Print Spooler” service. 3.Choose “Dependencies” Tab and remember the services name. 4.In the service list window, find the dependency services and try to start them. 5.Please try to start the “Print Spooler” service again.
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