Oct 02, 2008 - 11:34 AM
First through the command prompt I wrote: net stop spooler
Then I went to the folder: C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\PRINTERS and deleted the files in there (the printing files in the queue).
And then I started the spooling service again with: net start spooler
It's also possible to go to the control panel/administrative tools/services and find the "Print Spooler" service in the list and stop or deactivate it there.
I will try and set my printer to not use the spooler, but print directly, because this is annoying to have to do manually.
Hope it might help somebody else...