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Hit start on your Windows and click 'run'. Type in cmd this will open the old version of what many call MS-DOS or C prompt.
At the C command type: net spooler stop You will get a message when the spooler has stopped. Now you need to clean out the queue.
Go back to start menu and click on run again. This time type: %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\spool\PRINTERS This will bring up the folder. Delete every file in there. (It's okay this will not harm anything.) Now you need to start the spooler again.
Go back to your c prompt screen and type: net start spooler This will start the spooler for you again.
Go check your printer queue. Sometimes you may need to f5 to refresh the screen. You did it. Your stuck files in your printer queue are all gone. You can begin printing again.
if u not getting print due to " Spooler subsystem app has stopped working " Error then go to Run---->type "services.msc"------->u get services console----------->select "Print Spooler"go to propriety ---------->check start-up type ------>if it is disable select automatic &press start for get start (if it is alredy started then get service stop & after get start with automatic )
if there is problem in printing due to Spooler it should be resolved
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You will need to go to the Control Panel, click on Administrative Tools and then again on Services. Scroll down to Print Spooler and right click on it - then from the menu select restart (or start if the print spooler is not running to begin with).