Fix: Default Printer Keeps Changing Windows
The cause is a corrupt NTUser.dat file. Fine this file in the following location. This file is hidden so you might need to make all files visible in Windows (Open Windows Explorer -> Organize -> Folder & Search Options -> uncheck hide protected system files)
The NTUSER.DAT file contains personal preferences and settings for a user. Deleting this file will also delete other things including desktop customizations and browsing histories.
After deleting NTUSER.DAT file log back into Windows and set your new default printer.
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