Epson C66 drivers needed for Windows 7

  tesfred 12 Apr 12
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Can anyone advise me please. I have an Epson C66 printer that worked well in Windows XP. Since upgrading to Windows 7 it will no longer print. It is recognised by the computer but says no printer drivers installed. I have looked on the Epson web site and windows 7 is not supported for this printer. I read in a magazine that there is a way of running programmes in compatability mode, but cannot remember how to do it. Please help. My thanks. tesfred1944

  rdave13 12 Apr 12

According to the chart under Single-function Printer Compatibility, it shows it has inbuilt drivers for Windows 7, Epson compatibility chart, but no download from Epson.

  rdave13 12 Apr 12

Try uninstalling the drivers you've installed, removing the usb connection when required and reboot. Once up and running connect the usb and switch on the printer. Windows should find new hardware and install generic drivers.

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