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New Canon Rebel xti photos won't print on my Epson Photo R320

I have just gotten a new camera - the Canon Rebel xti. I have an Epson Photo R320 color printer that I have been using w/o problems for the past two years. I used to be able to print photos directly from photoshop w/o any issues. Now, no matter what program I try to print from (photoshop, Digital Photo Professional-provided software from Canon) the photos come out dark with a blueish tint. Does anyone know what the problem could be? Thanks

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Re-install the printer after downloading the latest driver from Epson. It is quite likely that the Canon software has over written the colour profile for the Epson.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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