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I followed the directions from another forum, which suggested I first go to the command prompt and stop the spooler, before removing all printer drives. I cannot seem to get the spooler restarted...

(Dealing with printer issues; my previous post is right below this)
 

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Simply rebooting should restart the service. Depending on what you actually did in the command prompt.

Aside from that, type "services.msc" from a command prompt and verify the status and startup type of the "Print Spooler".
 
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