Epson R300 ansd SSC utility

  jack 17:38 20 May 05
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Following glowing reports on the value of this utility from Mother Russia, I thought lets have a go.
Down loaded it, Intalled it,selected O/S[2000/XP]
Selected printer R300/310

Ran it. right clicked on icon
Select a feature - Cartrige change - Nozzing!
A message 'Printer off or some other fault.'

Switched printer off and on
selected other printers [what the hell]
Back to R300 select cartrige change.
It worked - judst the once.
Then back to the printer off message.
So - does it or dont it?
The help file in fractured rushglish
isnt much help - any ideas?

  grabster 19:29 20 May 05

I have the same problem only it worked for me for about a week then when i changed ink carts it never worked since showing the same error, shame cos its a great little app. i tried all suggestions for fixing it ,ie: remove epson monitor and reinstall older version of ssc but alas no joy.

  trevpearson 19:49 20 May 05

I'm not sure if SSC support the R series of Epson printers yet. I'll check. As a printer engineer, I find it invaluable for my work.

Trev

  jack 20:00 20 May 05

It says it does Trev and it is listed as a supported one
By the way I notice the listing is for R300/R310

What is a R310?

Will keep this thread open a bit see what happens
Krazy Kid not withstanding

  leo49 20:34 20 May 05

FYI - the R310 is the Aussie/NZ version of the R300.

  ton 21:13 20 May 05

Been using it for about a month with my R300 - no problems yet.

  jack 08:28 21 May 05

Cracked it! and this is for you Trev with multiple printers hooked up.
As stated - in the set up software
Installed printer -R300
Printer model R300
So it should work, why doesnt it?
Because, there is another printer in my set up, which though off line, not powered up, never the less muscelled saying me,me, and its a Mannesman Lazer
So keep your eye on the installed printer window.

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