Question about Epson Stylus 2200 InkJet Photo Printer
Ever since I got my 2200 in 2004 (?) when the preview comes up if it look normal and I print it it turns out horrible and green. If the preview is a strong magenta I get museum quality prints. I am a professional photographer.
This sounds like a calibration problem. The first thing I would try is to un-install the driver, download the latest drivers from the manufacturer's website then reinstall the new software.
I'm not familiar with the drivers of this printer but look to see if there is a printer/monitor calibration area try the settings there.
The other obvious place to look in is the software you are printing from. Try printer/Monitor calibration in the help menu
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