Solve Samsung printer problems on Windows 10. If you cannot use a Samsung printer after Windows 10 Version 1803 Update, there is no need to worry: during this article, you will find a list of tried tips on how to fix Samsung printers problems on Windows 10. Make sure it is not a hardware problem First and foremost, check if your printer works when connected to another computer. There is always a chance of a hardware issue, so save you a lot of time and effort by ruling it out in the very beginning. • Check if your Samsung printer is detected The chances are your Windows 10 cannot actually ‘see’ the printer in question, so you should help it with that: 1. Open your start menu and proceed to Settings. 2. Click on Devices and select Printers & Scanners. 3. Check if you can see your printer in the list of available devices. 4. if not, click on Add a printer or scanner. 5. Wait until you’re OS locates the desirable printer. 6. If it fails to do that, select ‘The printer that I want isn’t listed’. 7. Then select ‘My printer is a little older. Help me find it.’ 8. Windows can search for your device again. We hope your printer is up and running currently. • Disable your antivirus Many users have reported that their antivirus tools block Samsung printers after Windows 10 Version 1803 Update. It is a good idea to check if that is your case. As such, temporarily disable your security resolution and see if this has resolved your issue. If it has, configures the software to consider your printer a safe device or switch to a different tool to protect your computer. For example, Auslogics AntiMalware is designed to keep malware out without creating hardware or software conflicts. • Run special troubleshooters Luckily, your Windows 10 has a whole arsenal of troubleshooters geared toward attempt multiple problems that may crop up on your computer. There are two tools that you might find particularly helpful in your case: 1. Press the Windows logo + I keyboard shortcut. 2. Once the Settings app is up, click Update & Security. 3. Navigate to Troubleshoot. There you will find two troubleshooters that you just should run one after another: the printer troubleshooter and the one for hardware and devices. We hope they will get your Samsung printer back on track. • Update your printer drivers You might as well simplify the process by using Device Manager. Here are the instructions for this: 1. Right-click on the Windows logo icon on the taskbar. 2. Select Device Manager from the menu. 3. Locate your problematic Samsung printer. 4. Right-click on it and select the Update driver option. 5. Make Device Manager search for the driver you need online. That said the easiest way to resolve your driver problems is, by far, using dedicated software. For example, these days it is possible to update all your drivers in just one click with Auslogics Driver Updater. Thanks to this tool, you won’t have to worry about compatibility or safety issues. • Fix Print Spooler If all the fixes above have been to no avail, your Print Spooler might be having issues. Therefore, you should try clearing spooler files and restarting the service: 1. Press the Windows logo key + S shortcut to open Search. 2. Type Services into the Search area. 3. Select the relevant result and go to the Services list. 4. Locate Print Spooler. Double-click it. Select Stop and click OK. 5. Go to Search again and input %WINDIR%\system32\spool\printers. 6. Select the folder in question and empty it. 7. Now visit Services again. Double-click Print Spooler. 8. Select start. Set the startup type to automatic and click ok to save the changes. Now you know how to fix Samsung printers problems on Windows 10. If you are still having problems with your Samsung Printer, do not hesitate to Contact Samsung Printer Support. we are here to help you!