Question about Epson Stylus C60 InkJet Printer
1.Check the printer icon whether it is 0 ready or not
2.Click start > run> services.msc > print spooler > right click > properties > dependencies . If the dependency is not selcted to be RPCSS then do the following step.
3. Click start > run > regedit > H_KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > System > Control set 001> Services > Spooler. Left click on spoler and highlighth ir. On the right side of the screen right clcick on Depend on .. left click Modify. A screen will come up whatsover is writen there DELETE that and type RPCSS in caps. Close the registry window.
4. Now give it a print command.
5. If its not printing then pls completely explain the issue.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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First go to your pc and click on file, print when the window opens does it show your printer in there? is it set to THAT printer? does it show as being Ready?
If not re download the driver, then click on File, Print, right click on your printer and set as default.
Next double click on My Computer, ( or click on Start, Control panel, printers and faxes, put your mouse over your printer it should say Ready, if not then change the cable
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