Help needed ....Printer problem with Win 7

  Computer Nut 19 Nov 09
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I have a Epson RX700 all in one machine. Although it seemed to work when I first upgraded to Win7. I am now having trouble with the print side of things, when I press the print option my screen goes black and displays the following message: (Display driver Nvidia Windows Kernal Mode driver version 191.07 stopped respondind and has recovered successfully) sometimes it then prints but other times the screen goes black 2-3times quickly then shuts my computer down to save from damage. I have tried everything Epson has suggested e.g. drivers,cables, reinstalling printer,closing start up programmes, trying different applications, also installing on a different computer which proved to work perfectly. I have the lastest driver for my Nvidia GTX285 but cannot find any help on Nvidia's site. Please please can some kind person help me with this problem Thank-you

  sunnystaines 19 Nov 09

try delete both drivers and clean install them both, they seem to have fallen out with each other

  Computer Nut 19 Nov 09

Thanks Sunnystaines. will try that, and let you know later.

  Computer Nut 20 Nov 09

Hi Sunnystaines, I have already reinstalled my printer, and it is reporting that it works ok, my next question is I need help with uninstalling and clean installing the Graphics Driver. I know how to find it and have already tried to roll back to a previous driver , not sure that anything happened as the button is now greyed out, and things are the same. If I uninstall the driver how do get to replace it , and will it work without a driver untill I do. thanks for any help you can give me.

  ambra4 21 Nov 09

Just change the OS to Windows 7

Drivers & Support: Epson Stylus Photo RX700

click here

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