When you try to print, do you continuously get the dreaded “Windows could not connect to printer” error? Don’t be concerned; we’ve all been there. We’ll look at some of the most common reasons for this problem and how to remedy it quickly and effectively in this blog post.
1- First, click on the Windows button on the left side of the screen and then Search Services, then Click on Services to open it.
2- Now, Scroll Down Until You Find the Print Spooler.
3- Right-Click on Print Spooler and select Properties from the drop-down menu.
4- Make sure that the Startup Type is set to Disabled, then Click on the Stop Button.
5- Now set the Startup Type to Automatic and click on the Start Button.
6- Then Click on Apply & OK Button.
7- At last, click on the Cross button o the top right side of the screen to Close Services.
1- Click on File Explorer on the taskbar
2- Right-click on This PC and select Properties from the drop-down menu.
3- Now, select Advanced System Settings from the left side of the screen.
4- Click on Computer Name Tab and then the Change Button.
5- Now Change Workgroup To WWW and then select Domain.
6- Type PERFECT under Domain.
7- Now Change the Computer Name To Anything You Want.
8- Then make sure that Workgroup is selected.
9- Now, Click on the OK Button.
10- Again, Click on the OK Button.
11- Click the OK Button when it says to Restart your system.
12- Now Click on the Close button at the bottom of the screen.
13- Click Restart Now. This Will Restart Your Computer