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Re: spooler serivice is stopped
This article describes two methods for restarting the Print Spooler service within Vista. Method 1: Restart the service using the services console
Click Start, type services.msc in the Start Search box, and then click services.msc in the Programs list. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, you can either type your password or click Continue.
Right-click Print Spooler, and then click Stop.
Right-click Print Spooler again, and click Start.
Method 2: Restart the service at a command prompt
Click Start, All Programs, and then click Accessories.
Right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as Administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click Continue.
Type the following commands at the command prompt.
net stop spooler [Press ENTER.] net start spooler [Press ENTER.] exit [Press ENTER.]
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Start and stop the print spooler Windows XP To start and stop the print spooleropen Computer Management, click Start,click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools,and then double-click Computer Management.In the console tree, click Component Services. Under Console Root click Services (Local) In the details pane, double-click Print Spooler.Do one of the following depending on the task you want todo: Click Stop to stop the service. Click Start to start the service.When you try to install a printer and get an error message "PrintSpooler is not running" then Print Spooler need to be configured. Open Print Spooler as detailed above and click on the Generaltab then select these items - Startup type select AutomaticService status click StartThen click OK
to make spooling work its necessary to make it work this is the procedure .if you do this it will work properly. till it is not done it will just ignore printing 1)click the start in the left sice of your computer screen 2)go to control pannel 3)click performance and maintainence 4)click system 5)click data execution prevention 6)turn on DEP for essential windows program and services only. 7)click the spooling services a tick mark sign will appear beside that means it has enabled. now your printer will work properly.
The issue is with the print spooler. If the operating system is XP then click on start >> run >> type services.msc >> the services window opens, now locate the print spooler and right click on it and select stop(if it is started) then again right click on it and then click on start. Now the spooler service will start, then try installing the all-in-one software.
Just go to your Server or Desktop PC and enable the RPC service (Remote Procedure Call)
Right click in "My computer" icon, from the manu select "Manage" then go to "Services and Applications" and expand that, after that select "Services" you will find that services in the right pane, just click in "Start"
hi! Print Spooler is actually a service for your Operating system- Try this
Click on start and click on run in the open box type in services.msc and your services local window should open, scroll down and look for print spooler, highlight it and do a right click and on the dropdown menu left click on stop and it will go to a process of stopping the service and then right click back and click on start. if you get an error message about print spooling or spooler, then that means you have a problem with the operating system. call or go to microsoft help and support online in that case. and RPC server unavailable error has something to do with a network printer. but i believe you setup the printer locally.
There are several ways to resolve printer spooler error, probably because there are many variations of this error. The error caused by faulty software can be resolved by deleting all the information found in the directory. Thereafter, navigate to the Control Panel, click on Administrative Tools and then services icon. Find the service labeled Print Spooler, highlight it and restart the process. If that doesn’t work, the program might be corrupted. Click on start, then Run. Search for the document labeled services.msc, and this will trigger the opening of another window. On this window, scroll down and click “Print Spooler”. Check its setting and turn on automatic mode. Click Okay, and restart the machine. If you’re lucky, this might be all you have to do. Still doesn’t work? Navigate to the Add/Remove Programs screen of the Control Panel. Find the all the software responsible for making the printer run including the drivers, and uninstall them. Be sure to be thorough about it, or the problem may not be solved. Download the latest copy of your printer’s software from the manufacturer and reinstall it. get more information for printer spooler error .Hope this helps you.
The in-OS and the Full Feature release drivers for some of our products have a problem with doing duplex jobs.
Start a command window as an Administrator Hit Windows Key (or CTRL and Esc Keys Together) ChooseAll Programs – Accessories – CMD Prompt – Right Click and Choose RUN AS ADMINISTRATORWhen to prompt comes up click CONTINUE to allow the Command Prompt to run as an Administrator. Stop the Spooler service - Type net stop spooler Change current directory Type cd %windir%\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86\3 Backup the old gpd files – Type copy hp*.gpd *.bak Extract the files from the zip file to correct location extract files to %windir%\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86\3 directory Remove old BUD file Type - del HP*.bud file Restart to spooler service - Type net start spooler Print something duplex to test.
3 possible fixes:
1. click Start>control panel> Performance and Maintenance> Administrative Tools> Services> Print Spooler to open the options and ?stop? to stop the spooler. Once its stopped click start to start it again. Ok to exit.
2. click Start>control panel>printers and faxes. Choose the 5510 icon. Right click and then >properties>advanced tab>print processor and choose the RAW option. Click apply to exit, ok twice, and restart.
3. reinstall the driver.