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Windows 2000 Print Server+Service Pack Problem

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I have an odd problem with one of my Windows 2000 Servers. This particular server is a print server. When ever I try to install either SP3 or SP4, it hoses up the print queues. Both the Printer Spooler service and the TCP/IP Print service appear to be running just fine, but print jobs fail, every time. Restarting the services don't seem to help. As soon as I uninstall either service pack, the server goes back to normal.
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Is there anything in the event viewer???
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nope
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