The Printer Problem Solver helps with USB printer issues such as print spool jams, registry issues, viruses, high spoolsv.exe CPU usage, printer service problems, Lexmark printer service issues, spooler subsystem app errors and other rare problems.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Printer Spooler Repair Utility 3.0 The Printer Spooler Repair Utility takes care of your USB spool jam problem fast with a few clicks of your mouse! Nothing to install and nothing to edit! It can run directly from a usb drive! It even works with Lexmark printers! Try the demo today!
Description: The Printer Problem Solver is a utility designed to aid you in keeping your USB printer functioning by helping you with issues that could occur at anytime without warning such as print spool jams, registry issues, viruses, high CPU usage from spoolsv.exe, printer service problems, Lexmark printer service issues, spooler subsystem app errors and other less-known problems that can interfere with the smooth operation of your printer. Anyone can use this powerful utility without any real knowledge of printers or computers. However, computer technicians love The Printer Problem Solver on-site wherever they go because it can run directly from a usb drive! It's that portable! No complicated or messy installations required! It's small, powerful and easy to use! Don't pay $34.99 or more for out-of-warranty overseas technical support EVERY TIME your printer quits on you! Download your own Printer Problem Solver and enjoy your world of hassle-free printing today!
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