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Benjamin James
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Spooler Services Vista BETTER

Nev, rebooting is pretty much the same as restarting the spooler service. If there are no print jobs in the queue that you want to keep, then you can delete all the files in the spooler directory. This always works.

Spooler Services Vista

For those who might not know how to turn off the Windows spooler service, just click on the start menu, type services.msc in the run field and hit enter. Then find a service named Print Spooler and stop it and then delete the Printers files. Hope it helps.

The function of the printer spooler on your computer is to act as storage where multiple print jobs can be stored so that the print server or printer can retrieve them. Therefore, multiple programs have direct access to the print spooler as they send their print jobs for printing.

Sometimes, print spooler may encounter problems and then you may need to stop or start the print spooler service manually to fix the print spooler problem. There are multiple ways to fix your print spooler problems, but here, we will share the simplest and easiest way. Although in the steps mentioned below we are showing the example of the Windows 10 operating system, the process is almost the same for any other Windows OS.

Q: I have deleted the print queue from the spool folder. But it still stuck and printing nothing. A printing message appear and disappear. So why the print spooler keeps stopping. I tried to restart the print spooler.

A: Please check if print spooler service is running or not. If not then refer print spooler service not running for the fix. If it is running then the steps given in this article should work for you. Or if you are still facing the issue, then please leave your comment with more detail.

A: I suggest you to please remove your all printer then you can get rid of Printer Spooler service crashes problem, you can try Restarting spooler via services.msc then you can resolve that problem, Print spooler starts and automatically stops Because of print spooler service.

Some users, typically those without printers, have reported that Spoolsv.exe can use a staggering portion of CPU or Memory. And it does happen, but only under certain circumstances. If you have multiple documents queued to print, but no way to print them, the printer spooler will tax the system more than it should so that in an effort to retain all of the data queued to be printed. High CPU use can also occur if a virus with a copy-cat name has infected the computer masquerading itself as Spoolsv.exe

But regardless of the outcome of that investigation, neither a new nor an updated patch is currently available for this vulnerability. And proof-of-concept code now in the wild is able to exploit Windows Print Spoolers even after systems have been fully patched. As a result, administrators are strongly advised to stop and disable their spooler service, especially on domain controller systems.

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