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print spooler is using tons of cpu


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aerostarlegacy

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I have three computers, a new desktop ('06), an old one ('03), and a new laptop (05).
they are all connected through a hub with dsl, and the older computer is the one that has the printer attatched to it. (it's a HP officejet) both of the desktops have the same problem.
Do I need to have the software installed on all of my coputers, or just the one?
and is it ok to 'end process' with task manager?
thanks,
aerodude

Edited by aerostarlegacy, 23 February 2006 - 04:04 PM.

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so are you actually able to print from the other computers and have you set up the drivers correctly.

if you cant print have you shared the printer, or can you be a little more specific on what the issue actually is and what pc(s) it affects?
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I got it working,
I re-installed all of the drivers on all of the 'puters.
Thanks anyway
Aerodude
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