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Looks like drivers for that printer are included with Windows Vista. It's listed as an 'in-box' install. You should just hook the printer up and follow the on screen instructions to install off of either the Vista CD or the .cab files installed already on the system.
Turn off the printer. Click on start-control panel-printers and faxes. Double-click the printer icon and delete/cancel all print jobs listed. Then reboot the computer and turn on the printer. It should now print normally.
If it doesn't you will need to uninstall the printer using the Control Panel-Add/remove Programs-Epson Printer Software. After you have done all this, turn OFF the printer, reboot the computer and then re-install the printer. Make sure you keep the printer turned off until the installation program asks you to turn it on.
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More info is needed. Does the printer print normally from Windows programs? Is the "microstation" running under Windows, or if not, what operating system? If it's not a standard operating system that has C62 drivers (DOS, Windows, Linux, Mac), you will have to write your own driver I'm afraid. Let me know.