You will need to go to the Control Panel, Click on Administrative Tools and then click on Services. Scroll down to the service "Print Spooler" and right click it. Then click restart (or start if the service is not running).
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go to the website of the printer manufactuer and download the drivers for your printer. upon installation of the new drivers the spooler will restart, to manually start the print spooler service ...........Click start.......then click on the control panel.........then click on administrative tools.........then services..........scroll down the list until you find the spooler and right click it and set to automatic.........Reboot
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"
From what you're saying the windows print spooler service is not starting following the installation of your printer (and thereby you cannot print i'm assuming)
try the following to start the print spooler service if it is not already running.
Right Click My Computer
Click "Services and Applications"
Scroll down to "Print Spooler" and double click on it to open up the properties page
where it says "startup type" select automatic from the combo box list
If the service is NOT running, start it by clicking "start"
The print spooler service is started now, and **should** work properly. If the spooler is still not starting properly, then you may have a driver issue and i reccommend uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers for your printer.
click on start ..RUN.....type cmd......type sc config spooler depend= RPCSS......click on start ..RUN......type services.msc.......look for ptrint spooler......it will be started if not then double click on print spooler and click on start.
in the new windows that pops up, scroll down and find "Print Spooler" right click on it, and make sure startup type is set to "automatic", then click on the start button in that same window. Click apply then click ok.. close the services window.. should work now
Your shell extensions have a software conflict. The offending piece of software will have to be determined and removed, or at least stopped, before re-booting the computer. You may be able to repair the problem using the System Restore option.