Question about HP PSC 1210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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