Blocked or fixed print job queue under Windows 10/8/7



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How many times have you tried to cancel a print job, but if you right-click the print job to end the blocked print job, it doesn’t matter? Besides, you can’t print anything. In short, your print queue is blocked – you can neither print anything nor cancel pending print jobs.

If you are experiencing this problem on your Windows 10/8/7 system and you want to cancel the print job but you cannot, you have these options.

Restart your Windows computer. You may have noticed that this usually solves the problem, and most often it does. But that’s not the option you want.

2) Click the Printer icon > Printer Menu > Cancel all documents in the taskbar.

Manual rinsing of the printer queue. Enter in the Windows search and press Enter to open the Service Manager. Scroll down to Print Spooler. Right-click on this service and select ‘Stop’.

Navigate to the next folder and delete all CONTENT from that folder.

C:WindowsSystem32spoolPRINTERS

Right-click the print spooler service and restart it.

Update the printer queue. Your problem should have been solved.



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4) Use this BAT file. Copy the following into Notepad and save it in a.bat file:

@echo off echo Stop printing spooler. Echo. Echo. del /Q /F /S'%systemroot%System32SpoolDrucker*.*' echo Start the print spooler. Echo. Net Start Spooler

Run the beat file as needed. Alternatively, you can download this finished bat file , which we created.

5) Use an intelligent tool called Print Flush. This utility is a simple batch file that does all the necessary steps to clear a print queue and much more. Download it here.

6) Under Windows 10 Settings > Devices > Printers and scanners. Select the printer and a button appears below – Open Queue. Click on it to see the print job queue. Right-click the job and select Cancel all documents.

7) Microsoft Print Spooler Cleanup Diagnostic removes non-Microsoft print processors and monitors. It also collects basic information about the print spooler and computer, such as information about printer drivers, printers, base networks and base clusters; it also provides various cleaning modes.

Have a nice day!



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