Epson Stylus TX300F driver
I own a Epson Stylus TX300F all in one printer,when i got that printer i installed it in windows 7 without any problem,it installed the scanner,printer all worked well but after some day the printer stoped working but scan was working fine,i thought it might be printer problem so i checked the hardware all was ok the printer gave a good self test report and i could print easily then i thought it might be driver problem i went to control panel in printer option i could see my printer there but with yellow mark on it i went to properties to update drive, it downloaded but couldnt install gave error,then i uninstalled all epson driver then again tried to install frm the cd wich i got scan driver installed but when it came to printer driver it gave error although first time it did work fine,then i went on epson site downloaded latest printer driver tried to install again it gave error,then i went to device manger i could see the scanner but printer i coudnt see,wasted hours of serch but failed.
i dont undertsand one thing why is that i cant install printer driver why it gives error what could be the problem.
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