Epson Printer Driver

Epson Printer Driver Support

Do you have an Epson printer and is it working improperly? Some of the troubles might be that the prints are of inferior quality and you are dissatisfied with the prints or the printer is taking too much time to complete the job. But before you make your computer to a service center or call a professional, first try and check out whether the driver installed in your PC is up-to-date or not. Because all the related problems are due to old drivers and you can quickly improve the occurring troubles by installing the correct Epson printer drivers.

Epson Printer Error

There are several software programs installed on our computer system, and they collectively work with one another. This is the reason why drivers need proper updation to avoid crashes between various software programs. You need to update the drivers according to the installed operating system on your computer, and incorrect execution occurs when we fail to connect the corresponding drivers. Hence, it’s recommended that when you install the driver for one hardware device, you need to update the other drivers as well. Drivers are quite essential for the external hardware devices attached to the system and to make them work efficiently installing the right driver becomes necessary. But after the installation, you’ll be assured of better printing quality with efficient functioning if there is no mechanical fault in the Epson printer.

Epson Printer Error

How to Install printer drivers?

  • Open Windows Device Manager.
  • In the Device Manager, place the device you want to update.
  • Right-click the device and click Features.
  • In the Properties window, click the Driver key.
  • Click the Update Driver button.
  • In the Update wizard, point Windows to the location of the updated driver files on your hard drive.
  • Once drivers have been fixed, restart the computer.

How to disable printer drivers?

To disable the printer driver files from your computer:

  • Open the Print Server Properties dialog window by doing one of the following:
  • Tap Start > Control Panel > Printers and Faxes.
  • Tap the File menu and choose “Server Properties.”
  • Click on the Drivers tab.
  • Choose the printer driver you wish to uninstall.
  • Click the Remove button.
  • Select “Remove driver and driver package” and tick OK.

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