Spoolersp.exe Error occuring frequrently in Windows 2003 environment running a VB application.

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
PDF
Printers
spoolsvc.exe Error
SQL Server 2005
Visual Basic
We are running a VB Application in Windows 2003 environment. The database Server is SQL 2005. The Application runs in a separate server and the database in another. Remote Users connect to the application through the Remote Desktop facility. Users can go for direct print as well as save to PDF and print. Whenever more than 3 or 4 users opt for printing, the spoolsvc.exe error crops up "......Memory cannot be read" etc and the Printer spooler service is stopped. Our hardware engineer has to restart the service. The problem occurs almost every ten minutes and the Users are getting agitated. Can someone help me out with a solution? Thanks very much and Wishing everybody a Happy New Year 2009.

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  • Denny Cherry
    How much RAM does the server have?
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  • Ravikswamy
    The Application Server has 16 GB RAM and the database Server hs 24 GB RAM. Processors are Intel Quad Core (Dual Processors). Eagerly waiting for your solution. Happy New Year 2009.
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  • Denny Cherry
    Sounds like possibly a bad print driver. How much free memory is there on the server that the users RDP into?
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