If the print spooler does not start, you need to find which driver / dll it is having problems with and uninstall it (at least temporarily; you can try reinstalling it after installing and running Paw Prints):
- Open Computer Management and check the logs under System Tools> Event Viewer> Applications and Services Logs> Microsoft> Windows> Print Service.
- Crashes caused by nipp * .dll indicate that iPrint is the problem. uninstall iPrint and reinstall the newer version (if available). However, in most cases, the problem is with the Canon or HP desktop printer driver.
- Under Devices and Printers, find printers that use this driver and uninstall them.
- Delete all files in C: Windows System32 spool PRINTERS
- Look for instances of the faulty driver file in these locations and remove them:
- C: Windows System32 spool drivers x64
- C: Windows System32 spool drivers x64 3
- C: Windows System32 spool drivers W32X86
- C: Windows System32 spool drivers W32X86 3
for a good reason
- HKLM SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Print Environments Windows NT x86 Drivers
- HKLM SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Print Environments Windows NT x86 Drivers Version-3
- HKLM SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Print Environments Windows x64 Drivers
- HKLM SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Print Environments Windows x64 Drivers Version-3
Restart the print spooler service and try starting it (if it does not start by itself).
If that sometimes doesn’t work, the problem is a corrupted print spooler. In this case, you can try to copy the files C: Windows System32 spoolss.dll and C: Windows System32 spoolsv.exe from a computer running a similar operating system to a flash key to an external boot media and open it in a command prompt, or in File System Explorer and replace the spoolss.dll and spoolsv.exe files on the failed computer with new copies.
These problems can occur when a printer driver or third-party service interferes with an existing or recently installed printer.
The ldaNLM64.dll module is a language monitor component in NiceLabel drivers and is part of the printing process. When ldaNLM64.dll stops the Windows Print Spooler, the printed document contains data that interferes with speech monitor processing.
Follow these steps to resolve the issue:
- Open Windows Explorer and navigate to c: WINDOWS system32 spool PRINTERS.
Note. You may need to enable hidden folders in file explorer to access this folder.
- Sorts files by creation date in ascending order so that older files appear at the top.
- Each print job submitted by a print application is represented by two files. The .SPL file contains printer commands, and the .SHD file is a status document that displays information in the Windows Print Spooler user interface.
- An old submitted print job is probably causing problems. Move the oldest .SPL (and associated .SHD file) from the folder to the backup location.
- Restart the manager Windows Print Spooler (see the instructions above “Follow the steps to start the Windows Print Spooler process”).
- Repeat steps 4 through 5 until Windows Print Spooler starts again.
- Print the labels again.
You can submit defective .SPL and .SHD files to NiceLabel Technical Support for evaluation.
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