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    WINDOWS VISTA 64 BIT OS.

    When trying to print a picture using Windows photo gallery I get this error.
    Any idears as no error number.

    Gus.
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    [quote name='gus' post='776404' date='22-May-2009 05:15']WINDOWS VISTA 64 BIT OS.

    When trying to print a picture using Windows photo gallery I get this error.
    Any idears as no error number.[/quote]

    1.) Is the printer turned on and online?
    2.) Do you have the most current print drivers? According to Epson you should use Windows Update for the latest drivers.
    3.) Have you checked the Event Logs?
    4.) Is this only for one picture?
    5.) Have you re-booted?

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    [quote name='joeperez' post='776430' date='22-May-2009 14:52']1.) Is the printer turned on and online?
    2.) Do you have the most current print drivers? According to Epson you should use Windows Update for the latest drivers.
    3.) Have you checked the Event Logs?
    4.) Is this only for one picture?
    5.) Have you re-booted?

    Joe[/quote]
    I have . It happens for all pictures.Printer drivers updated.Printer on line as I can print using nero.
    I checked event log but get a snap in error there???? see attached.

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    Joe.
    Thanks for the help.
    While in event log I noticed another error report which led me to discover that I caused the error myself .
    I deleted some files using raxco perfect disc .
    I did a restore at a point before and it fixed the error.

    Thank the computer god for restore points .

    Gus.

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    [quote name='gus' post='776568' date='23-May-2009 07:14']While in event log I noticed another error report which led me to discover that I caused the error myself .
    I deleted some files using raxco perfect disc .
    I did a restore at a point before and it fixed the error.[/quote]

    That's good news. Glad you worked it out. Thanks for posting the solution.

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