Anyway, have you tried adjusting those? Make sure you make a backup of your registry first. HP make a good effort to fully support all their printers on Linux, so all things being equal, always buy a HP. Their final one was send them the printer. Finally, in one form or another, the problem always always lies with the drivers.

Uploader: Kazralrajas
Date Added: 25 December 2006
File Size: 30.28 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 11907
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Be conservative, delete one or two thing that seem obvious and then try it. I know that in that case I definitely had to go to the registry, so I imagine that this is still the case. Haven’t looked at the DIP switches. Just plug the stupid printer in, wait 5 seconds for Linux to automatically configure it and Here are the steps that I have taken: But when I had to fix this same problem once a few years ago, with a different USB printer that someone had also plugged in before loading the software, I am sure it did not work.

I think from memory there will only be a couple of things to delete, and make sure you don’t delete something that you need. No, create an account now.

I had an experience epso POS before; get the system to print a simple X. If you did, then you will get the behaviour that you are describing here.


Thanks for you reply, I will try the fix in the morning.

This reboot is how you unload the old registry and load up the newly edited registry. HP make a good effort to fully support all their printers on Linux, so 02ui things being equal, always buy a HP.

Now for my fee more rant: I cant get Windows to recognise the printer properly. Ask a question and give support. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Their final one was send them the printer. Driver for my old Epson printer Jan 8, If you do anything with your registry, back it up first!!!!

Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. If so, you will get exactly the behaviour that you are talking about here.

Epson USB printer/driver issue

I cant thank you enough. This appears to be separate from the APD.

Now for my fee for my time giving this advice, They literally are peson worst customer service center I’ve ever had the misfortune to have to deal with. Their many solutions were mostly fob offs or time extenders for them.


TM-T88II – Software & Document – Thermal line Printer – Download – POS – Epson

When I try and Update the driver from the Printers and Devices screen, automatically it tells me the driver is up to date, and if I manually search for the. Windows therefore ub-u0ii the most relevent driver and created registry keys associated to the physical hardware ID of the printer.

Have you installed the USB driver?

To install a printer in Kubuntu Linux or any other modern desktop Linux you follow this procedure Just make sure you you do the back up first, promise?

Your name or email address: Didn’t think it would be necessary to manually go through the registry. Maybe it’s an updated version to the TM virtual port driver you’ve tried? But I guess you’ll epdon them once the 20ii is opened. I suspect that is what you have done.