You may receive an error message stating that the print spooler is permanently suspended. Well, there are several steps you can take to fix this problem. We will explain this to you shortly. Sometimes the Print Spooler service stops because of the Print Spooler files – too many, pending, or corrupted files. Deleting the print spooler files can delete unfinished print jobs or too many files, or it can repair corrupted files to resolve the issue.
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How do I know which printer driver is causing the problem? In a separate article, we’ll show you how to find problematic printer drivers. If you can determine which driver is causing the problem, you can replace it with another (there are tens of thousands of printer drivers) or try some of the configuration changes described below to avoid problems or limit your impact. This is also a great article to read whenever an application crashes while printing.
The Spooler Stops Automatically (MR)
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