In the course of trying to figure out why my wireless icon loads so slowly upon booting, I came across the Event Viewer. I noticed that I had about 1,600 events all dealing with the followng error
The print spooler failed to reopen an existing printer connection because it could not read the configuration information from the registry key S-1-5-21-491004462-2795555541-3286344931-1005\Printers\Connections\,,fs1,TOSHIBA e-STUDIO280Series PCL6. This can occur if the key name or values are malformed or missing.
Interestingly enough, I no longer have access to the Toshiba and the reference "fs1" is a network location at my former employer's office. I do not have this printer set up in my devices. How do I remove this process so that it is not waisting resources trying to attach to a printer that does not exist.
I am wondering if this is what is causing my wireless connection to start up so slowly.