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My print spooler queu says that my document is printing but the document never prints

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  • poodlewhack Jul 19, 2008

    I can't get the printing job to delete or cancel. Even when the printer is off a page comes up and says there is an error. It also wants to print hieroglyphics and blank pages.

  • murinelly Aug 09, 2008

    que ela nao imprimi do pc para a impressora

    mensagem constante de alinhamento,o mesmo imprimi corretamente,é pedido a retirada do lagre de proteçao, a mesma ja foi removida.

    favor entrar em contato por e-mail

    murinelly@hotmail.com atenciosamente CAMILA MURINELLY.

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Go to Settings or Control Panel and select Printers - double click the icon. Here you will find the Print Queue. Delete all jobs in the Print Queue (the first one is probably the problem child and is stopping any others from progressing).

This will free up the Print Queue which should now be ready to accept new Print jobs.

Note: The Spooler is an area where Print Jobs are stored ready for Printing and as long as the previous print has finished then the next job in the Spooler will progress to be printed onto paper.

Good luck.

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