Okey Dokey, here we go: I have an HP Pavillion ze4560us laptop. My printer is a Canon Multipass F60 (printer, scanner, copier). For some reason I cannot print. I get an error message saying that the Windows (curse it) Print Spooler Service is not running... Uh..Ok. I access the services via Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Services, and start 'er up. The service starts, but it still gives me the same error message. Then I wonder, could it be due to my recent hardware upgrades. I recently added a PCMCIA 4 port USB 2.0 card bus. So I eject the PCMCIA card, pop by printer cable out of it and into one of my built in USB ports. Still no. I've tried rebooting each time after all these things, but no. Now I don't think this is any problem with by printer, because, Windows (curse it) detects my scanner, which is still fully funtional, and I can still make copies. So I think this has something to do with Windows (curse it). So any help?? Post any questions if I left out some information you need. -TB P.S. I do have a firewall (Zone Alarm Free), but I tried it with it off, so it's not that. And I have had my printer for a long time and it has been fine, so it's not like I just bought it.