If you’re getting “Google Cloud Print connector process stuck. Restart? “ warning dialog in Windows startup, here’s how to fix it. The Google Cloud Print Connector process is related to Chrome’s “Google Cloud Print” service, which allows the user to access the printer connected to that computer from anywhere by logging into their Google account.
To repair: You must disable the Google Chrome process running at startup to stop this warning.
1. To do this, in the Run command box, type “Msconfig” and press Enter
2. Uncheck the Google Chrome process entry in the Startup tab, click Apply and Ok to save the changes.
3. Restart your computer, you will not get the Cloud Print Connector process failure warning again.
If you’re getting this error on Windows XP when launching Google Chrome (instead of system startup) and then trying to enable Cloud Print, here’s something you need to know – Google employee confirmed this as a bug and prompts Chrome 12 users with these glitches to install Microsoft XPS Framework on their XP systems before enabling Cloud Print.
The good news is that this bug has been fixed in the next stable release of Chrome 13, you can wait for the stable release of Chrome 13 or install MSFT XPS framework for now for the stable release of Chrome 12 to fix it.