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Stevo
30-Jul-2013, 17:48
Got a user that has a printing anomoly I'd like to get solved. Running
windows 7 64bit, pretty much every day he does not have access to any
printers, network or local. Restarting the spooler on his machine
resolves the issue for the day, but it shows up again the next day.

For now I created a desktop shortcut to stop then restart spooler. Any
ideas on what can be done (aside from fdisk, etc) to resolve this issue
so the spooler does not need to be restarted for printers to work.

He tells me he shuts his machine down normally every night.

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Stevo

Susan
30-Jul-2013, 19:14
Stevo:

If you haven't already done so, see
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/50ecd605-1b81-4
b93-a674-fa6a9efff1db/windows-7-sp1-x64-network-printer-offline and
search the page for jdickson289 or "John Dickson". See that post and
those thereafter, and see if that helps in any way. : )

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Stevo
30-Jul-2013, 19:32
Susan sounds like they 'said':

> Stevo:
>
> If you haven't already done so, see
> http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/50ecd605-1b81
> -4 b93-a674-fa6a9efff1db/windows-7-sp1-x64-network-printer-offline and
> search the page for jdickson289 or "John Dickson". See that post and
> those thereafter, and see if that helps in any way. : )

So my response to Susan's comment is...

Thanks Susan, I will take a look.

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Stevo