By replacing the current HP series print driver with a older version of print driver that does not contain I was able to stop the. is a file used by the “SurePrint” program form HP, and is used to help control the LaserJet printer on Windows PCs. Despite being a highly. Additionally, the printers that have been loaded (HP and HP ) are not present in Printers even though Fault Module Name:

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No matter what we do this problem is getting resolved.

Steps To Resolve Odbc This will stop the computer running the process that holds your print queues. Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community.

This will bypass the faulty HP driver, allowing you to quickly print the documents you require without any further problems. Thanks for the information – kthulasiraman. Then, the problem is temporarily resolved, until the next PDF that comes along. I have a relatively new Gateway computer with Windows 7 and Adobe Reader 9, and an older but until now very trusty and reliable HP Laserjet printer not a but it looks very similar.

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Hp0120 the radio button for: You are commenting using your WordPress. WindowsSystem32SpoolPrinters and clearing the bad jobs and then re-starting the Print Spool service resolves it.

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I have the same question 3. If necessary, use the steps described in this KB: Does anyone know what do about this.


Was having the same problem with a client. This entry was posted on July 21, at Zsr.dl Click Here Join H1020 I had also compared the registry key to another computer I had installed the printer to on the same day. Hi, Use this method to clear the spooler then uninstall and reinstall your printer check with the maker for the latest driver. I got the same problem and it works perfectly! Clear Printer Spooler files and enable the spooler service.

ZSR.dll Error Fix – Print Spooler Error Fix Tutorial

Oh, I have just spent hours on this exact problem. Reinstalling the driver and printer completely temporarily resolves the issue, again until the next afflicted PDF shows up. Sound off everyone, we may be on our way to a definitive solution here – and this occupies a lot of chat on Adobe, Microsoft and HP user groups bulletin boards and wastes a lot of our time, until we get a definitive solution All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.

After dealing with this this thing from every angle it IS an Adobe issue. Once I cleared the directory, also containing shockwave flash as above, the spooler stayed running. Office Office Exchange Server. Since I got the new computer I’ve had no problem whatsoever printing pdf files with AR John Pitchlynn Created on December 23, Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.

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The history of this persistent problem is well-documented here: Thursday, July 23, 7: The usual path to the spool folder is C: Could not get the Spooler to start again without crashing. Close to computers running Adobe, most with HP printers as local printers. This error will typically show in this format: X-compatable PDF and then print it on the HP printer which is somewhat time-consuming or b if I am feeling lucky, just try to print the PDF on its own without conversion using Adobe 9.


Sorry this didn’t help. There appears to be a complete lack of interest by HP to resolve this problem as the problem was initially reported in the HP forum over a year ago. Message 19 of So my workaround is to delete and re-install the driver Did not have this problem before with my old XP and the same printer.

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Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. To fix print spooler issues, you don’t need to hack around in the registry.

I rebooted and now it comes up with the following message in the event log: You are commenting using your Twitter account. Next time you start a print job, the spooler crashes. Thursday, August 23, 5: I know zsd.dll is a very old printer, but I tell you other than this issue arising it prints great still. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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