Fix Network Printer Share Error Code 0x00000bcb

The error code 0x00000bcb is a Windows 10 PC error that occurs when Windows cannot connect to the printer, which prevents you from installing your system.

Like any other computer hardware, printers require additional software called drivers. If the driver software installation fails, the locked files will remain in the registry information, which means that the next installation will also fail.

Eventually, when you try to connect a printer to your system, you get a 0x00000bcb error message on your screen.

To finally fix this error code, you need to make sure the next time you install the printer software is successful. And to do so, you need to remove locked files and damaged registry keys that prevent the printer software from being installed correctly.

Open the Printer Troubleshooting Tool

  • First try to fix the 0x00000bcb error with the built-in Windows printer troubleshooter. To open the service search program, press the Windows key + the S key combination.
  • In the search window that will open, enter the error correction in the field.
  • Select Troubleshooting Options to open the settings.
  • Select “Printer” and click “Perform Troubleshooting” to open the window shown below.
  • Select the printer for which you want to solve the problem and click Next.
  • Click Apply this update if the Troubleshooting Guide suggests a possible solution for the 0x00000bcb error.

Change the GPO Settings

Try to configure the next group policy object and think about the problem again.

  1. Expand “Computer Configuration”, then “Administrative Templates”.
  2. click on the Printer.
  3. Double-click “Point and pressure limits”, then select the “Enabled” option. (First policy)
  4. In the Options section, select the Users checkbox to specify and print only these servers, and then enter the full names of the servers in the text field separated by a semicolon.
  5. In the “Security requests” section, select “Do not warn me and do not offer me an increase” both in the list “When installing drivers for a new connection” and in the list “When updating drivers for an existing connection”.

6 Click Apply, then click OK.

  1. On the “Print Policy” page, double-click “Specify and print package – trusted servers”. (Second policy)
  2. Select the Enabled option.
  3. Click “View” in the “Options” section.
  4. Enter the full server name on each line.

11 Click OK. Click Apply, and then click OK.

  1. if you are using an offline client, restart it and make sure that these instructions are followed.
  2. If you are using domain policies, send the policies to clients in the domain and make sure that these policies are in effect.

Copy the mscms.dll file

Browse to the following folder: C: \ Windows \ system32 \
Find the mscms.dll file in the directory above, right-click and select “Copy”.
Now paste the above file according to your PC architecture to the next position:

  • C: \ windows \ system32 \ spool \ x64 \ 3 \ (for 64 bits)
  • C: \ windows \ system32 \ spool \ drivers \ w32x86 \ 3 \ (for 32 bits)

Reboot your computer to save your changes and try connecting to the remote printer again.

This should help you solve the problem of connecting Windows to the printer problem. Otherwise, do it.

Restating the Spooler Service

According to dozens of user reports and our reviews, the 0x0000bcb error often occurs in situations where the Print Spooler service has failed and cannot close the gap before the process is complete. If this scenario is applicable, the only time you can return to the default behavior is to restart this service.

Several affected users confirmed that after going to the Services screen and restarting the Print Queue Manager service, they were able to initiate the print sequence without getting 0x0000bcb error.

Here is a brief guide to restart the Print Queue Manager service from the Services screen:

  • Open the “Run” dialog box by pressing the Windows + R keys. In the “Run” field enter “services.msc” and press Enter to open the “Services” screen. When prompted to manage user accounts (UAC), click Yes to grant administrator rights.
  • When you are in the “Services” screen, go to the right pane and scroll down to the list of (local) services. From there, find the print queue manager service.
  • When you finally see the Print Queue Manager service, right-click on it and select “Properties” in the new context menu that appears.
  • In the Print Queue Manager Properties menu, first select the “General” tab from the list of available options. When you are in the right menu, change the startup type e

Here is a brief guide to restart the Print Queue Manager service from the “Services” screen:

  • Open the “Run” dialog box by pressing the Windows + R keys. In the “Run” field type “services.msc” and press Enter to open the “Services” screen. When prompted to manage user accounts (UAC), click Yes to grant administrator rights.
  • When you are in the “Services” screen, go to the right pane and scroll down to the list of (local) services. From there, find the print queue manager service.
  • When you finally see the Print Queue Manager service, right-click on it and select “Properties” in the new context menu that appears.
  • In the Print Queue Manager Properties menu, first select the “General” tab from the list of available options. When you are in the right menu, change the start type for this service to Automatic, and then click Stop (in the Service Status section).
  • Wait a few seconds before clicking “Start” again to restart the Print Queue Manager service.
  • After restarting the service, repeat the action that previously caused the 0x0000bcb error and see if the problem is solved.

Disable the SNMP Status Enabled option

  • Some users confirmed that they fixed the 0x00000bcb error by unchecking the SNMP Status Enabled checkbox. To do this, start “Run” with the Windows key + R key combination.
  • Enter printmanagement.msc in “Run” and press “OK” to open “Print Management” in Windows 10 Professional. Windows 10 Home Edition does not include the Print Management Console.
  • Right-click on the 0x00000bcb printer error and select “Properties”.
  • On the Ports tab, click Configure Ports.
  • Clear the SNMP Status Enabled check box, if it is checked.
  • Click OK to close the window.

If the above troubleshooting did not help, you can also try to restore the system. This will reset your device to a point before the error causes your device to malfunction. You can then reinstall any devices or programs deleted by this virtual time step. You can access the System Restore feature from the Start menu by simply typing “System Restore” in the search box.

If the system recovery program does not work properly, you can try to enter the safe mode. To enter the safe mode, hold down the F8 key the first time you start your computer. When you go to your desktop in safe mode, type “system” in the “Start” search field and press Enter when “System Restore” is highlighted. After that you will be able to perform System Restore.

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