I want to connect a TM-U220PD Epson Printer on Windows Vista Starter (is a 32bit OS), but the driver is not found on the "Install a Printer" (Control Panel). I selected and installed one but keeps not working.
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Are you using OLE POS or you just need a regular windows 7 driver? You need to register an account in epsonexpert.com, once your logged in follow this steps.
1. Go to technical resources. 2. Under printers look for the TM-U220 series. 3. Look for Windows Drivers, Advanced printer driver. 4. Select the up to date version which is 4.15 and click on the download icon (a paper with a red arrow pointing down). 5. There is some additional instructions found in the read me file just on the right part of the download icon. (The PDF icon).
I had the same problem with the user intervention required status on the printer. I tries reinstalling it several times through the Epson Driver Utility but got the same message each time. I got it to work after making two change but do not know which one (if either) got it to work. First i uninstalled the printer driver through Add/Remove Programs and not through the Driver Utility. I also set Dip switch 1-1 to on which enables auto line feed with parallel interface, with other interfaces this switch changes other things.