Sorry but no progress.
Sorry but no progress.
You're better off uninstalling printer drivers using print management. Type print management in the search box in your taskbar, right click on the "Print Management" desktop app search result and select run as administrator and then uninstall printers within this app.
Have you solved the problem? I have the same and I can't solved it.....
I need help for this...
The short Answer is NO. I spent a lot of time with Microsoft Chat Help and after some unhelpful suggestions was referred to Level 2. The level 2 operator took over my computer, with my permission, and ran a nonMicrosoft program for about two hours.. It did not help at all and he finally agreed I should go back to Windows 7 and advised me to reinstall from disc. I did not want to do that but found out from someone on the internet that Windows 10 allows to revert to your former program with a few clicks if it is only a few weeks since you changed. That worked perfectly and all my printers work. I have not tried again.Stuart
Hello Stuart. Thanks for your answer.
I also tried in vain to solve the problem with operators of windows desk. The last told me that the problem is solvable but would have to pay. Absurd!!!
Operators Microsoft made me feel good twice to reinstall Windows 10 on windows 10 the first time online, and then to .iso. So I did but without solving the problem, and I lost the chance to go back to Windows 7. I can not afford to do a clean install because I would have difficulty with certain software installed.
If there will be news you'll know.
P.S.: Fortunately, my printer is WiFi and survive by printing from google cloud print.
Good Luck !
In order to fix “Windows cannot connect to the printer” errors in windows 7 if we try to copy the mscms.dll file in the driver directory or the directory of the client, the issue should be resolved. The data can also be removed which is present in module value as it will verify the connection which is created and will fix printer problems in Windows 7:
- First of all, open C:\Windwos\System32 folder on your Windows 7 PC and then find the file named mscms.dll.
- Copy this file and open the folder location which is mentioned below:
- For 64 bit Windows 7 users: C:\windows\system32\spool\drivers\x64\3\
- For 32 bit Windows 7 users: C:\windows\system32\spool\drivers\x64x86\3\
Once you have copied mscms.dll file in the above-given folder location, now you can connect to the remote printer. You can read the complete guide here:
Appreciate your help but the thread started some nine months ago and I gave up about six months ago and went back to Windows 7. I am not going to start again.
I have however printed out your www.zerodollartips.com file. Thanks anyway.