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Turn on your inkjet printer and select the "Printer Assistant" program from your computer.
Choose "Utilities" or "Tools and Updates," depending on your software.
Select "Calibrate" to start the calibration process. It may take a few minutes.
Examine the printout and follow the instructions on your computer for how to pick the best printout. You will have to choose the straightest lines on the page and let the software know which lines are the straightest. Your printer will print out several more pieces of paper and ask you to find the straightest lines. Keep doing this until the lines on the test page appear straight.
Before you made several attempts to install you Epson Printer Software.Did you Uninstall the software first? To reinstall your Printer Software . The old program that did not work properly has to be uninstalled. Go to your Add and Remove Programs In your Contol Panel and uninstall your Epson Printer Program Software .Then restart your computer.Then try Re-installing your Epson Printer Software.
Populate the destination list
You must populate the destination list in HP Solution Center for the
function to work. Follow these steps to populate the destination list.
Solution Center is the software that came with the product. You must
make sure the software is installed on the computer for all the product
functions to work correctly. The software is also necessary for
completing this procedure. Install HP Solution Center if it is not
On the Windows taskbar, click the Windows icon (
), click All Programs
, and then click
HP Solution Center
. HP Solution Center opens.
Scan to... Setup
It might take several minutes for the list to populate.
the appropriate programs are already listed as scan destinations,
discontinue this procedure. You must reinstall the software.
Click each program to include on the
Scan To Destination
Figure 2: Add destinations
arrow. The program listing moves from the left side of the screen to the right.
I have a customer with Windows XP and the same issue. Told him to unplug the printer cable when starting the computer and/or restarting it. Wait until all auto-start programs have loaded, including and specifically the HP Monitoring Utility program. Once Windows is up and he's at the desktop, THEN plug the printer cable into the computer. He's been doing that for several days now with no duplicate printers installed.
It may take a little time for the CD to begin reading. Hit retry.
The CD may be damaged
The program may not load automatically
Go to the Start menu and then click on "Run". When the Run window appears,
click on browse. Choose the D drive (or the one that reads your CD). Look for a file that
ends in setup, execute, or install (these words my be abbreviated)
Double click on the file and it should be displayed next to "open" in the
Click okay and the program should begin to install.
The printer is in line mode. Do the following to take it out of line mode: Turn printer power off. Hold the feed button while turning printer power on. When the light starts flashing, release the feed button. When the light starts flashing again, press and hold the feed button. When the light turns steady amber, release the feed button. When the light turns steady green, the mode is changed. Verify the mode by printing and inspecting a status report.
This requires good timing and may take several tries. You'll know it worked if no labels are reeled out after you're done.
check the length of the usb cable. if it is very lengthy then there would be problems with the speed.
if not > unplug the usb cable > click "start-->control panel--> printers and faxes" > select the printer icon and delete it > restart the computer > plug the usb cable > wait for few minutes while the driver installations are complete automatically. > once that is done, try to print
Check to see that you have the latest version of the Printer Driver installed on your new drive. Go to www.epson.com and you should find your way through to your local site. Then head for the support area and look for the driver download.