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Sunday, June 26, 2016

How To Remove A Printer From Windows

In the wake of uninstalling or erasing / remove a printer in Windows, the driver for it is not completely uninstalled. You might want to know how to physically evacuate the driver documents. 

To get ready for evacuating driver documents, twofold check your introduced programming in Programs and Features and uninstall any system that associates to the printer driver you wish to expel. After this, open Devices and Printers if still present, expel the printer driver by right-clicking it and picking "Evacuate gadget." Not doing this before endeavoring to evacuate the driver records may bring about an "entrance denied" or "printer being used" blunder.

How To Remove A Printer From Windows

To totally expel printer driver documents from your framework: 

  1. Open the Print Server Properties exchange window by doing one of the accompanying:
    1. Click the Start menu and in the pursuit field sort 'printui/s/t2' (without the quotes), and afterward press Enter or snap it in the hunt list.
    2. Press WINDOWS-R on the console to raise the Run window, sort in 'printui/s/t2' (without the quotes), and after that press Enter or snap OK.
    3. Press the WINDOWS key on the console to show the Start screen, sort in 'printui/s/t2' (without the quotes), and afterward click it in the pursuit list.

    From the Start menu or the Start screen:
    1. Open Devices and Printers.
    2. Select any printer and after that snap "Print server properties" at the highest point of the window.
    3. Click on the Drivers tab.

    For Windows XP frameworks:
    1. Click Start > Control Panel > Printers and Faxes.
    2. Click the File menu and pick "Server Properties."
    3. Click on the Drivers tab.
      2. Select the printer driver you wish to uninstall.
      3. Click the Remove catch.
      4. Select "Expel driver and driver bundle" and snap OK.

Removing the driver bundle will clear all driver establishment documents for that gadget, leaving no reference to the printer that Windows could use to auto-reinstall once more. Windows XP does not have this additional decision.

Remove A Printer From Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, Server, and XP - Alternative Option

  1. Open an order line with regulatory rights: Start->All Programs->Accessories->Command brief; Right snap - > Run As Administrator 
  2. Run the printui apparatus: printui /s /t2 
  3. Take a stab at erasing the printers. In the event that that doesn't work... (i.e., if expelling the printers recorded in the printui is not fruitful.) 
  4. Click Start > Run > Services.msc 
  5. Find the Print Spooler administration, and right-click > Properties > stop administration. 
  6. Open My Computer and skim to C:\Windows\System32\spool\Printers (you should click "alright" to access the organizer). 
  7. Erase the substance of the organizer you opened in step 7. 
  8. Backpedal to services.msc and Restart the Print Spooler administration. 
  9. Do a reversal into the printui utility (you may need to restart it utilizing same technique as above) and take a stab at evacuating printers once more. This time it ought to work. On the off chance that important, check the "Ports" tab and evacuate any TCP/IP ports that are connected with the old printer. 
  10. To wrap things up, check different PCs on your home system to check whether any of those guide to the old printer, and expel these mappings
If all instructions are you doing still one of the quiet please read how to add a printer.

How To Add or Install A Printer In Windows, Mac Os X, and Linux