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Blank page I just changed brand new ink in my printer all four of them. I down load the driver from the epson's cite since i lost my driver. I am trying to print and nothing is printing. Please tell me how do i find the rite driver. Do u think the problem is with driver or printer itself.

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I dont think there is problem with your driver cause if there was a problem with driver it wouldnt have taken the print command. just check whether u have removed the seal of the cartridges, if done so check whether the cartridges are dry or no?

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