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When I change a few printer settings under printing preferences, it isn't saving when I do a reboot.  I am using a workstation with Windows 2000 SP3.  Is this a registry problem?
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Zaheer Iqbal earned 500 total points
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I suggest you upgrade to SP4..  It fixes issues with print spooler..
Also make sure u r an administrative user.
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Was it the SP4 that fixed the problems...
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