The XP print driver
registry keys are the same as the Vista print driver
Before performing registry edits find out if the spooler fails to start
Open an elevated command window (Run as administrator) and type
net start spooler
if you get error 1068 and you recently deleted a Lexmark or Dell printer you
will need to run the Vendor provided uninstall application for the printer
to remove the printer specific vendor stuff from the registry before
attempting the printer reinstall. http://members.shaw.ca/bsanders/CleanPrinterDrivers.htm
Windows Printing Team
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"Kirti Dave" <Kirti Dave@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Hey can anyone help me?
> I have a desktop with Vista Ultimate and have recently been getting an
> which says:
> Spooler SubSystem App Error - Spooler had to stop or close
> Also, when I go to the Printers panel in the control panel area, my
> are not listed and if i click Add Printer, it says you have to start Local
> Printer Spooler as it has stopped or restart your computer.
> But I've located the Spooler services in the My Computer Management Panel
> and I can start the service but when I go to use the printer, it just
> I've been looking all over the internet and found a microsoft article
> says to delete certain files from the registry but im apprehensive in
> around with the registry keys.
> Anyone got any suggestions as to what I should do or has this happend to
> anyone else?
> All the official Microsoft articles I find are to do with xP also, so I
> know how reliable this is using these methods for Vista.