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New Installation Check with your IT department: This is necessary for Windows and XP. In the addition, the print spooler service spoolsv. You might be able to find additional information in the error log.
Upgrading from an older version Did you close all programs before upgrading? Either way seems to work well. This error usually occurs during the installation of the printer port which is part of the virtual printer installation. That service can occasionally "lockout" access to add or remove printers, port monitors and ports if it thinks that it is "busy".
This may occur for example if you a printed a document prior to the installation, particularly if the application used for printing is still open. Your best bet for success is to ensure that all applications are closed before installation.
If the error re-occurs, then restarting the "Print Spooler" service is usually effective. If you do not know how to restart a Windows Service, then the easiest way to achieve that goal is to shutdown and restart the computer.
Once the computer has re-started, attempt to install PDF reDirect at that point: The installation Fails Error Error mean "The specified print monitor is currently in use". This error implies to me that you have an older version of PDF reDirect already installed, and that you are trying to upgrade.
Assuming that this is the case, these are the things you can try to resolve this problem: Make sure that all applications are closed before performing the installation.
It ensures that the Windows Printer Spooler is in a mode that allows the installation of printers.
If the above does not work, it is very effective to "re-start" the Windows Print Spooler. I am not sure you can do this on the "Home" version of Windows XP. In there, look for the "Print Spooler" service.
Once done, re-attempt the installation. Finally, you can also try installing right after a reboot of Windows. Often, this fixes most installation woes. Officially, Microsoft says that Error means "The printer name is invalid", but provides no other explanation.
We have traced this problem to two possible reasons: In fact, one user who experienced this problem thought he had "administrator" privileges, but his IT department had restricted his account in such a way that writing to the "Monitors" section of the Printer Registry was restricted.
This was resolved by fixing his privileges. There is a conflict There may be a 3rd party port monitor that may have come with a printer currently installed, or which was installed in the past, but improperly removed.
The following products are believed to cause the error: They were also able to re-install the offending product afterwards. However, in some instances, they found that the Port Monitor of the offending product remained even after removal, and they had to manually edit the registry to remove the Port Monitor entry.
Editing the registry can cause your computer to fail. Proceed only at your own risk: It is strongly recommended you make a backup of your registry before continuing any further.
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