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I have an Epson Styllus C44UX printer that won't print

My Epson Styllus C44UX won't print. Power light is on but all documents waiting in queue. Under maintainance tab the status shows ! and when I click on it a box appears saying INVALID PARAMETER. Has anybody else had this problem?

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Sounds a lot like a corrupted driver or something has gone hinky in the operating system.

Try:

  1. cancel all your print queue documents
  2. disconnect the printer
  3. uninstall the driver from your computer
  4. get the latest version from the Epson site for your particular operating system (make sure it's the right one!)
  5. reboot your computer to clean out the last traces of your old driver
  6. install this new driver
  7. plug in the printer when you're told to (don't plug it in early!).
  8. Offer a small sacrifice of beer, food or whatever to the computer deity and keep your fingers crossed :)
Hopefully that will get you up and running.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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