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In this case what i would request u to do is: 1. Let the Printer be Connected to the Computer...... 2. Click on start then Click on Run or If Windows Vista Type Services.msc Under the Run Window if XP,Under Start Search if Vista....... 3. On that Services Local Window u need to find Print Spooler just Double Click on that and Click on Stop.......... 4. Now let that Window still be Open now click on that start Menu Click on Run If XP........ Type in "Spool" and Click Ok........... 5. Double Click on Printers and Delete Each and Every File Inside the Printers Folder........... 6. Now Close this Window and now u will be back to the Print Spooler Window now u can click on Start under the Print Spooler.... Now Try to Print Will Work Fine.................... Good Luck :)
Check in the different port. Install the drivers properly and uninstall and reinstall the drivers from the Website and also need to check the print spooler services for that type services.msc in RUN. And start the Print spooler services while choosing the Automatic option.
Restart the Print Spooler: start-> run-> type services.msc-> scroll down to the print spooler service n hit start. Verify that that the Print Spooler service, and all the services that it depends on, are correctly installed and running.
Open the Services Management Console (click Start, Run and enter services.msc).
Double-click the Print Spooler service to open its Properties window.
On the General tab, check that Startup type is Automatic.
Select the Dependencies tab.
Note all of the dependent services listed, then close the Print Spooler Properties window.
Repeat the above steps for the dependent services noted.
If any of the dependent services are missing or cannot be started, try uninstalling all installed printer drivers and then reinstalling them. If this method cannot be completed or does not resolve the problem, try Method 2. Method 2 Remove all Print Spooler service dependencies other than the Remote Procedure Call service.
Click Start, Run and enter sc config spooler depend= RPCSS (there must be a space after "=" but not before it.)
By removing the other dependencies the Print Spooler service should be able to run, but the printer functionality may be affected, and it may be necessary to reinstall the printer drivers. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Hope this helps.
1. Go to Start - Run and type in " services.msc" ( without the quotes).
3. Scroll down to "Print Spooler" service and double click to open it.
4. Make sure the "Startup Type" is set to "Automatic" then select "Start".
5. Check the Dependencies and make sure RPC service is also running.
6. Try installing your printer again.
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.