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Event ID 7031 Print Spooler Terminated Unexpectedly

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Here are a couple more ideas to help:
1. Open command prompt as administrator
2. Type – sc stop spooler
3. Type – del C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\PRINTERS\*.* /s /q
4. Type – sc start spooler
5. Type – sc config spooler depend=RPCSS


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