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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At the risk of having to run the utility again, I tried to print the scanned PDF document to. Many thanks to Sherlock Jon for for his excellent zsr.ell and deductive skills! Thursday, August 23, 5: Uninstall your printer software.

The latest idea I ssr.dll on here was to “print as image” Click the “Data Execution Prevention” tab. I did both of these things, though as I’ve said that may not be necessary With a completely clean install of everything I reconnected the printer and it worked perfectly – printing emails and MS Office documents.

HP 1020 Printers disappear because the Print Spooler service terminated unexpectedly

Sign in to vote. Leaving that window open for now, click again on “Start”, and then click “My Computer” to open a Windows Explorer window.

First thing to try: The usual path to the spool folder is Zsr.ldl You should see a page similar to the one in the attachment list good. This thread is locked. I have already removed and re-installed the drivers several times.

Error Fix – Print Spooler Error Fix Tutorial

I know that is a very old printer, but I tell you other than this issue arising it prints great still. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Rob – Bicycle – Mark Twain said it right.


Upgrading Acrobat Reader with all of its updates may seem to work, but really, it doesn’t. First you will want to turn off any advanced printing features for your printer. When printing a test page, you see a page similar to the one zsr.ell here bad.

However, in the intervening period I have discovered progressively more efficient ways to fix the spooler problem and reduce downtime. So far, so good.

UNcheck Enable bidirectional support. It will still break from time to time, and you will have to go in and strip the drivers out of the registry, but at least in my situation not nearly as often. Up1020 will tell if it stays fixed.

This works for me consistently: Message 20 of FinePrint will provide your printer with PCL capabilities. It’s easy to join and it’s free. I think Jon may have put his finger on it.

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The following corrective action will be taken in milliseconds: Close to computers running Adobe, most with HP printers as local printers. I like Fox-it, don’t get me wrong, but as far as corporate standards go, we want to stay with Acrobat Reader, however, we’d like it to function on local and network printers.

Message 14 of However, I got to wondering – how does a “stand alone” scanner or copier update its own PDF-making software, if it is not connected to the Internet? Our problem is we heavily use Adobe Pro and Adobe Standard to create documents. I spent a lot zsr.dlll time trying to fix it and finally found a way to make it happen. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate zrs.dll. I had 3 different newer printers go down and none would function – up1020 when installed alone with the latest and greatest drivers – once Reader was installed.


Adobe 10 and HP Laserjet running an old 32 bit P4 at 2. Since the website is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Printing problems and printing errors – a Mr Fixit http: Everything fell apart again. Please turn Zsr.dll back on and reload this page.

I just had a recurrence of this problem and was contemplating with dread the only solution that worked for me last time John P in Toronto.

Right click on the “Print Spooler” service and select “Stop” if Stop is grayed out or disabled and “Start” is an available option, then the service is yp1020 stopped. I rebooted and now it comes up with the following message in the event log:.

Let me know via comment or the contact tab at the top if this doesn’t solve your problem. You may either reboot the computer or Start the “Print Spooler” service manually. Thank goodness I found this page. I have confirmed that the problem is related to using Adobe Reader to print out scanned documents. I did the unplug the HP ‘s usb connection trick to zsr.sll the printers show up, deleted the old driver, and installed a new driver from HP.

Restart, print stuff, everything should be working normally! We’ll see if it stays fixed, but thank you so much for giving me access to this helpful hint.