Problems installing STYLUS CX7800 - USB 2.0 do not recognize print

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Problems installing STYLUS CX7800 - USB 2.0 do not recognize print

Postby UmVnaW5hbGRv » Mon, 27 Feb 2006 03:41:48 GMT

Installing Stylus CX7800: Windows XP do not recognize the Printer. I connect 
to USB 1.0  (computer default) and also tried the USB 2.0 (using a card I 
have with 2.0)  in both situations, when I go to the Device Manager and 
update the driver (tried use automatic and also pointing to CD) the driver 
fails to install for the Printer Only.  The scanner is working fine.
I have deleted all USB devices, boot the machine. The Windows can install 
back some of the drivers (like the Scanner that is part of this printer), but 
not the Printer.  Any recommendation? 
I lost more than 8 hours trying to fix.. Have gone to Epson, here and did 
not help... 
Bios is updated.. 
I suppose to be a computer expert.... :-))
Thanks.
Reginaldo

RE: Problems installing STYLUS CX7800 - USB 2.0 do not recognize print

Postby UmVnaW5hbGRv » Mon, 27 Feb 2006 06:27:28 GMT

I have the correct driver.. When trying to re-install  using the hradware 
list, the driver it looks its is going well and after a while I get the error 
"cannot install this Hardware"there is a problem installing USB 2.0 
Printer.... The data is invalid..
Any other ideas?
Reginaldo





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