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can not print on any printers

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I can't print on any printers including local printers and networked. I can see the on showing in the print job than nothing have rebooted and restarted the print spooler but stil nothing
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I can see the on showing in the print job than nothing have rebooted and restarted the print spooler but stil nothing

Dosent make sense. Please explain?
Also what systems are you using?
Do you use a print server?
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there is a one showing in the print cue and it disapear meaning the print job was sent. I have rebootted the machine and restarted the print spooler several times and it still does not print. This is an XP professional machine in a domain with both local and domain printer doing the same thing
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