Tuesday, January 14, 2020

How to Fix Printer Spooler Problems in Windows

After printing the document, what you will do next is to print the document. Sometimes, you also have to print a large number of documents. When printing a document, you must often experience document problems in the print queue? there are many factors that occur, for example due to connectivity or errors in the printer itself.

When you find a print document macey in the queue, you might try to fix it by restarting your printer and PC / laptop. However, if the problem is not resolved, you can try to reset or clean the print spooler to clear the print queue. The following does a reset or clean the print spooler to clear the print queue:

1. Through Windows service.

Press the "Windows+R" keyboard button to run the Run dialog box, then then type "service.msc" and press enter.

On the service page that appears, look for Print Spooler and then double-click to display the Print Spooler Properties dialog box.

In the Print Spooler Properties Local Computer dialog box that appears, on the General tab (1), and click the stop button (2).

Return to the Print Spooler Properties, and on the General tab (1), then click the Start button (2) and then click the OK button (3) to finish.

2. Through the Command Prompt.

In addition to the above solutions, you can also use Command Prompt. You must open and run the Command Prompt first. There are several ways to run the Command Prompt command, to run it please see the steps below:

  • Type "net stop spooler" then press the enter key to stop Print SPooler (1).
  • Type "del / Q / F / S"% systemroot% \ System32 \ Spool \ Printers \ *. * "" And press the enter key to delete all files stored in the printer foler (2).
  • type "net start spooler" and press the enter key to start Print Spooler (3).

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