Remove Print Drivers from Windows 7

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  1. cluberti says:

    Another option is to run prndrvr.vbs -x (in the folder Printing_Admin_Scripts in the system32 folder) to remove unused drivers after removing printers, or to run prnmngr.vbs -x to remove all printers if you’re staying at the command line (also in the Printing_Admin_Scripts folder).

  2. Nik says:

    prndrvr.vbs is available only in Windows Vista and Windows 7 or?

  3. cluberti says:

    Win7 only.

  4. cluberti says:

    Correction – Win7 and Vista (was not looking at a clean machine…. :-)).

  5. Sam says:

    type “print management” and the screen flashes something too quick to see and reverts to desktop. followed help guide to accessing print management under system and security, administrative tools.. but there is no Print management listed there..

    win7 64bit home premium version.. anyone know HOW to get to this “print management” thing?

  6. Victor says:

    I’m using Win 7 64 bit Home Premium.

    1. Start->Devices and Printers
    2. Highlight any of the printer icon under “Printers and Faxes” heading
    3. You’ll see some additional top menu bar items appear.
    4. Access Printer Server Properties->Drivers

    And you’ll be able to remove whatever driver listed on screen

  7. subir says:

    thank sss for helping me ……

  8. TerryTN says:

    right click on print manager when it comes up and choose “run as administrator”. I was getting the “quick flash” and gone before I did the run as admin.
    Comes up correctly now.

  9. Cappy58 says:

    Had same issue ……… read through your comments above and had success

    Win 7 Pro
    Running trouble shoot after right clicking the printer icon in “Device & Printers” this picked up the issue of print functions in queue (2 of the buggers which would not delete, pause or cancel)) and allowed Win 7 to clear then all good
    thanks guys

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