Click Print = Windows Restart.


L

lior

Each time I try to print to any shared printer (don't have
direct printer connected to my pc), from my Windows 2000 Pro,
its just restart. I just can't print. Have no idea whats wrong.
All settings and drivers seems OK. It's cool to have another
button called "Print" to Restart Windows, But I need to print.
 
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J

Jason Hall [MSFT]

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From: (e-mail address removed)
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.win2000.printing
Subject: Click Print = Windows Restart.
Date: 2 May 2004 11:35:15 -0700

Each time I try to print to any shared printer (don't have
direct printer connected to my pc), from my Windows 2000 Pro,
its just restart. I just can't print. Have no idea whats wrong.
All settings and drivers seems OK. It's cool to have another
button called "Print" to Restart Windows, But I need to print.
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It looks like you have an issue with your local spooler. Try the following
steps until your issue is resolved
1. Install Service Pack 4
2. Run SFC / SCANNOW at a command prompt
3. Update printer drivers from vendor website
4. Remove third-party port monitors as per Q260142
4. Contact Microsoft Support for an recent local spooler hotfix

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