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Print Spooler Service Error 10530 Sign in to vote Since upgrading to Vista Ultimate about a month ago I've been unable to print spooler service not running error print.I have a Dell PC (<3yrs old) and a Dell Photo AIO 922 printer. Latest driver downloaded but it cannot be installed because the spooler is always shut down
Sub Spooler System App Erroreven when I manually restart it. So I cannot now even uninstall and re-install.Please helpThanks Friday, July 25, 2008 3:13 PM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote Hi Sandy, If you close DEP, does the issue occur? For more information about DEP, please refer to the following Microsoft Knowledge Base: A detailed fix print spooler error description of the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) feature in Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, and Windows Server 2003 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875352/en-us if the issue still persist, you can refer to the following steps to troubleshoot this issue. First, let’s make sure that the Print Spooler service is only dependent on the RPC service and HTTP. To do this, follow these steps: 1.Click Start , type regedit in the Search box, and then press ENTER. 2.Right-click Computer, click Export, Save a backup file on your desktop. NOTE: If an unexpected issue be encountered after modifying registry, please double click the backup file to restore registry. a. Locate and then click the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Spooler b. In the details pane, if the DependOnService value shows values of RPCSS, HTTP and other key, right-click DependOnService, and then click Modify. c. In the Value data box, delete other key, and then click OK. 3. Exit Registry Editor. NOTE: If the HTTP cannot be found,
Hp Print Spooler ErrorPosted on October 24, 2012 by Alexey Abalmasov What is Print Spooler or Spooler
Print Spooler Error 1068Subsystem App? Lets begin with definition of Print Spooler service. Print Spooler is windows service responsible for managing all print jobs currently being print spooler error 1058 sent to the computer printer or print server. The print spooler program allows you to delete a print job being processed or otherwise manage the print jobs currently waiting to be printed. How "Spooler Subsystem App https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/bd60598a-f3b6-4858-8887-e98e7da4a04a/dep-keeps-stopping-the-print-spooler-service?forum=itprovistaprinting error" looks like? Here are couple of examples of how it can look like: Reasons of Spooler Subsystem App error There is 3 common reasons of Print Spooler errors Spooler files corruption Spooler registry entries corruption Printer driver incompatibility Files can become corrupted under the influence of printing software, malicious activity (spooler virus), and even after Windows Update. Printer driver incompatibility is an actual problem for old printers, when last released driver is not http://www.besttechtips.org/how-to-fix-spooler-subsystem-app-error/ compatible with new operating system. Download Printer Spooler Fix Wizard Fix "Spooler Subsystem App error" Instructions to fix "spooler subsystem app" error You can download files mentioned in manual from DLL files directory or even copy them from you friends PC. I 1) Boot your system in Safe Mode 2) Locate "spoolsv.exe" file in C:\Windows\system32\ folder 3) Replace it with downloaded file 4) Do the same with files "spoolss.dll", "localspl.dll" and "winspl.dll" 5) Boot your system in Normal Mode II 1) Press Win + R on your keyboard 2) Type in "regedit" without quotes 3) Locate this tree node HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Spooler 4) To the right-hand side of the window locate "imagepath" icon 5) Double-click on it and type in C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe and press Enter 6) Reboot III 1) Right-click on "My computer", select "Manage" 2) Locate "Services in services and applications", click on "Services" 3) To the right-hand side locate "print spooler" service, double-click on it 4) Set Startup type as "Automatic", apply 5) Start the service And last advise: Always use latest drivers from printer vendor. You can always download them from internet. Tools to fix Print Spooler error Microsoft released fix for this error called Spooler Fix It: Printer Spooler Fix Wizard - software intended to fix most difficult cases of this error: Download Printer Spooler Fix Wizard If yo
running XP Pro with SP3 on a system with a 3.2 Mhz processor and 1 G of memory. I have two 149 G http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/spooler-subsystem-app-closed-by-data-execution-prevention.3718090/ drives, each with about 63G of free space. When I started the system http://superuser.com/questions/356125/data-execution-prevention-dep-still-disabling-programs-after-it-has-been-disab this morning, Windows displayed a message headed "Data Execution Prevention" and reading "To help protect your computer, Windows has closed this program. Name: Spooler Subsystem App Publisher: Microsoft Corporation". All of my printers - 2 local and 2 networked - have disappeared, and when I try to reinstall them Windows displays the print spooler message "Operation could not be completed. The print spooler service is not running." Everything seemed to be working normally yesterday. I ran a full virus scan after getting this error - it says the system is clean. The formerly installed printers are - 1) HP2200 on LPT1 - this was set to allow shared access since several users need to print to it 2) Xerox Phaser print spooler error 6250 on USB 3) HP4000 on an internal IP address 4) HP1312 on an internal IP address Printers 1, 2, and 3 have been installed on this system for several years. I installed the HP1312 on Tuesday Jan 13 to troubleshoot why its primary user was getting error messages from it. I don't think I'll reinstall it... There are 35 other systems in use in this building, and since no one has phoned me for support I believe my system is the only one showing this problem. How can I get my printing to work again? SharonW, Jan 16, 2009 #1 Advertisements Alan Morris [MSFT] Guest You will need to start the Printer Spooler service in Services.msc or at a command prompt net start spooler most spooler failures are caused when print drivers corrupt the memory of the process. -- Alan Morris Windows Printing Team Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base here: http://support.microsoft.com/search/?adv=1 This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. "SharonW" <> wrote in message news:... >I am running XP Pro with SP3 on a system with a 3.2 Mhz processor and 1 G >of > memory. I hav
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