I'm printing a couple of panoramic images each 23x69 and pairing them up on premium luster 44"x100 paper. It creates a large file, about 500mb. I've been printing these sizes for several years but a new problem has occurred. The printer stops printing at about 45.5" and then forwards the remaining paper for the entire 69" job and cuts it off at the appropriate spot. In other words I'm getting 69" of paper with only 45" of print. After the first failure, I reset the printer and canceled all printing jobs. Then printed some smaller files without a problem--even up to 20x60's. Then I went back to the 69" job and the problem repeated itself. I'm operating with Windows XP, PhotoShop CS3, and have 2 gigabytes of ram. I've had no recent hardware changes but did recently upgrade to CS3. Is this an Epson problem, a PhotoShop problem, or Windows and/or hardware problem?
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Sounds like something is rubbing somewhere that shouldn't be, so if it continues there is certainly some damage being done.The vacuum suction can sometimes make terrible noise, esp. on rc-papers like Premium Luster et al. Try to lower "Paper Suction" in the print driver.
I was also having problems with my Epson scanner on my iMac. I read that the best way to solve Epson's problems is to (1) uninstall all Epson software from your HD, and (2) download the appropriate drivers from Epson and install them.
Note: The Epson R1800 has two drivers: the most recent is an update. So, you must first download and install the Printer Driver v6.12. When that's done, then download and install Printer Driver Update v1.02.
I did that and I still got dark prints. Then I got an inspiration. In the Print dialogue box, I changed my Printer Profile to the paper I was using, Epson Premium Luster Photo Paper, instead of using sRGB and/or Adobe RGB. Specifically, I used SPR1800 PrmLstr PhotoRPM.icc. The next test print was virtually spot on to what was displayed on the screen. I am now a VERY happy camper.
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Double check on printer properties under printers and faxes if 4X6 is selected, then access printer properties as well on the application or program where you are printing the images by clicking File then print option. Make sure Epson is the default printer.
i think you have a corrupted driver- you have to uninstall driver first
1. Double click on the MAC HARD DRIVE. 2. Double click on the LIBRARY folder. 3. Double click on the PRINTERS folder. 4. Drag the EPSON folder to the trash can.
Go to print and fax and delete the printer name as well
Restart the Mac. (You do not need to empty the trash.) If you have not done so already, please follow the steps below to download the latest driver for your printer in OSX:
1. Go to the following website: http://support.epson.com 2. Under the PRINTERS heading select INK JETS and then the Stylus Photo R2400. 3. Under the DRIVERS & DOWNLOADS section select MACINTOSH. 4. Select and download the following file for your operating system
which mac are you using? tiger ot leopard? intel core or powerpc?
You can have problem whit the black ink. Try to print black text. And see it its real black a a green one. If the text, print in black green it you have problem whit the black cartridge. If so change the cartridge.