HP1020 ZSR.DLL PDF

The common problem among the owners of these printers is the hanging up of the spooler service. Faulting application spoolsv. DLL, version 6. Users have noticed that this error occurs only when PDF files are being printed. Other file formats work without problems. Only when PDF files are being printed does the issue arise.

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The Printers and Faxes window was empty. When I started the service, the printers appeared again but the service would stop again before I could do anything else. This didn't seem to work, but I can't believe that what I did next was all that was required to solve the problem. Update: Problem did return. I did the unplug the HP 's usb connection trick to make the printers show up, deleted the old driver, and installed a new driver from HP. Seems to be working now. I have applied two changes, and now the printer has been working for some time.

Probably you only need to do one of these two things, but I haven't taken the time to test which is the actual fix. If you figure it out, please post a comment! The crappy HP printer driver is causing the print spooler to crash, so don't have that printer use the printer spooler. You will notice that the application that is printing will "hang" or display a print dialog longer than normal with this change.

Not ideal, but better to have a working printer, right? You have completed the first thing to try. I did both of these things, though as I've said that may not be necessary Reboot the computer, make sure your printer is plugged in, and send things to print to the printer.

Now, you should be print-problem free! I spent a lot of time trying to fix it and finally found a way to make it happen. I removed and installed it the printer and software several times, even going to far as to change HPTcpMon. From there, I was able to make another go at the install and succeeded. I had also compared the registry key to another computer I had installed the printer to on the same day.

Mahalo, Charlie. Bonjour crashed a lot before this happened. Disabled Bonjour now to see if that works. Anyone have it installed as well? My father-in-law has had this problem for over a year, and I can usually expect a call from him every 3 months or so when the issue resurfaces.

Everytime I clean out any instance of the HP LJ and reinstall it after I recover from the print spool error , I do research on this specific issue and this is the first time I have come across this thread. I have done everything that previous posts have mention, except for changing the default data type to RAW, and bypassing the spooler by printing directly to the printer.

Once I reinstalled the printer, I made these changes. Beaumont for the idea! Stopped the print spooler, went to the spool folder see above , deleted the bad job. Went back to Printers and Faxes, uninstalled the driver from the print server. Unplug printer. Restarted computer. Went to HP website and download latest driver.

Plugged in printer, working. Just started to experience this issue… Going into C:WindowsSystem32SpoolPrinters and clearing the bad jobs and then re-starting the Print Spool service resolves it. Temporarily, that is.

You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. It has done this 1 time s. The following corrective action will be taken in milliseconds: Restart the service. DLL, version 6. Restart the computer The printers now show up, because the Print Spooler has stopped terminating unexpectedly!

Two printers had jobs in the queue, the unplugged local printer and a network printer. Clear all the print queues. Reconnect the USB connection. Restart, print stuff, everything should be working normally! Let me know via comment or the contact tab at the top if this doesn't solve your problem. First thing to try: the likely fix Bypass the Print Spooler. Click Start, Printers and Faxes. Right-click the HP printer, click "Properties.

Click the "Print Processor" button. Click OK. Click the Radio button for "Print directly to the printer. Click the "Settings" button under Performance. Click the "Data Execution Prevention" tab. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Seattle, Washington.

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The Printers and Faxes window was empty. When I started the service, the printers appeared again but the service would stop again before I could do anything else. This didn't seem to work, but I can't believe that what I did next was all that was required to solve the problem. Update: Problem did return. I did the unplug the HP 's usb connection trick to make the printers show up, deleted the old driver, and installed a new driver from HP. Seems to be working now. I have applied two changes, and now the printer has been working for some time.

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HP 1020 Printers disappear because the Print Spooler service terminated unexpectedly

The best solution I have found is to use these old drivers that do not have zsr. 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. Your only other option is to buy a printer with an actual print processor in the printer instead of a cheap host based one. In Adobe Reader, click on "Print I came upon this workaround last year while investigating the issue and this thread while searching for updates.

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