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Unraqr the c90.rar file and copy the extraction to any folder on your hard disk (for future frequent use).

The following only works after refilling the cartridges or using a continuous ink system.

Note: This is for the Epson C90; there are a lot more printer specific resetters. Mine is Indonesian.

Note: This does NOT work if the system date is NOT set at July 15, 2007 !!

1. Set the system date to July 15, 2007.
2. Go to MY COMPUTER, open local disk C: then delete the ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM FOLDER (if present)
3. Close local disk
4. Click START, RUN, type REGEDIT
4. Open HKEY LOCAL MACHINE
5. Open Software folder
6. Open Epson folder
7. Delete PTSG folder (right click, remove=yes)
8. Open Epson C90 Resetter folder and start adjprog
9. Click ACCEPT button
10. Click SELECT button to go to port menu. Selected designated port number (USB ...)
11. Click the "Particular Adjustment Mode" button
12. Double click the "Waste Ink pad Counter"
13. Click the "Check" button
14. Click the "Initialization" button.
15. Turn of the printer and press "OK"
16. Turn on the printer and wait until the maintenance procedure has finished
17. Close the panels of the Adjustment program
18. Reset the date to the current date.

Note: Print these steps for future use.
Note: With a continuous ink system, make sure that the ink filling cable is not to tight; the print head with the attached ink
cabling must be able to freely move all the way to the left inside the printer. Also make sure that none of the ink tubes is squeezed tight by the black plastic clamps that are used to attach the system to the outside (front) of your C90. Place them so that the transparent cover stays slightly open.

Note: With a continuous ink system, be sure to use the "lock roller" on the ink system to close the ink supply when the printer is not in use; otherwise your ink evaporates.
Note: The continuous ink system is quite erratic in its signalling: when one of the colors is about 1/3 full on the Epson monitor, the printer might stop suddenly and display the cartridge X signal. Sometimes, with 2 colors X-ed, you have to do the procedure twice!

I don't know where you got the C90.rar download. You must have the following files:
AdjProg.exe
Apdadrv.dll
Caution.bmp
EditText.dat
Headid.bmp
Prnerror.bmp
Prnidle.bmp
StrGene.dll

If you don't have them all or miss some, pls e-mail me (hanshufkens@yahoo.com) and I'll sent them to you (attachment is about 2 MB)

Last: The C90 is a **** printer. After 4 months of use the paper adjustment goes to hell, so with printing you never know if printing will start before the paper is properly loaded. Might as well buy a new printer (NOT Epson!).

Good luck!

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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Found this on the web site., link below. If anybody find this information
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http://www.hm2k.com/posts/parts-inside-your-printer-are-at-the-end-of-their-service-life
Parts inside your printer are at the end of their service life “Today I had the joy of fixing an Epson Stylus C46 UX printer.”It had the following error: “Parts inside your printer are at the end of their service life. See your printer documentation.”
After a little searching I discovered that most people were saying that “It is simply not worth repairing”, however, I took that as a challenge, and decided that if I was going to throw it away anyway I might as well try to fix it first.
Before long I located a page on fixyourownprinter.com’s forum, which had plenty of details about similar issues. This is the process I used after reading details on that page:

  1. Unplug the power and USB cables from the printer.
  2. Prepare your work area by putting scrap paper down. Have some spare, just incase. You may also require tissue paper. It is also recommended you use protective gloves as the ink will stain your skin for quite some time.
  3. Unscrew the screw at the back of the printer.
  4. There are two or three tabs at the back and two at the front. Gently push them in, and then using a bit of force pry apart the cover.
  5. At the back of the unit you need to locate some white pads, or sponge type things, initially they will seem fine, but they will infact be full of ink. You need to grab a pair of pliers and pull them out one by one, there should be four, put them on your scrap paper.
  6. Take the scrap paper with the pads on to your sink, turn on the hot tap and hold each one under the tap using the pliers until the water runs clear. If you have protective gloves on it may be worth squeezing the water out also.
  7. It is recommended that once you have done this, you let them dry.
  8. Now return the pads back into the printer.
  9. Put the printer back together, (mind out for the paper alignment, and give it some force), not forgetting the screw at the back.
  10. Plug in the USB and power cable and turned it ON. (Yes the lights will still flash)
  11. Download and install the SSC Service Utility for Epson Stylus Printers.
  12. Select your printer and model number (There is no Stylus C42 UX, so select Stylus C4x), then close the window.
  13. If it asks if you replaced with the pads; say “YES”. Then close the window.
  14. You will see a SSC Service Utilitiy icon (it looks like a printer) in the system tray (next to your click), and LEFT click.
  15. A menu will appear, from here you can click on “Protection counter” (its a red cross), then “reset protection counter”.
  16. Turn the printer power OFF, wait 10 seconds and then turn it back ON.
Done! Additional troubleshooting… If you have problems with paper feed, take it apart again, check everything is in place correctly, push things together tightly, and put it together again. If you have trouble with print quality, open the lid, clean any ink residue, use the SSC Service Utilitiy to clean the heads.
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