If so, you will get exactly the behaviour that you are talking about here. Have you installed the USB driver? HP makes the most effort to fully support Linux, so if all other aspects are equal, always buy a HP printer. So I have rewritten my post with more “how fix it” information. Do you already have an account?
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UB-U01II/U02II User’s Manual – User’s Manual – Thermal line Printer – Download – POS – Epson
I cant get Windows to recognise the printer properly. This reboot is how you unload the old registry and load up the newly edited registry. Ask a question and give support.
Here are the steps that I have taken: This helped me a lot. Already have an account?
If so, you will get exactly the behaviour that you are talking about here. But when I had to fix this same problem once a few years ago, with a different USB printer that someone had also plugged in before loading the software, I am sure it did not work. Driver for my old Epson printer Jan 8, When I try and Update the driver from the Printers and Devices screen, automatically it tells me the driver is up to date, and if I manually search for the. Unless your hardware is in more than 34 pieces, in which case its probably smashed!
TM-T88II – Software & Document – Thermal line Printer – Download – POS – Epson
I cant thank you enough. U-u01ii many solutions were mostly fob offs or time extenders for them. Hey I have the same problem, can you help me??
If you don’t reboot you will still have the old wrong unedited registry in memory despite your edits to the registry on the HDD. Make sure you make a backup of your registry first. If you do anything with your registry, back it up first!!!!
Epson USB printer/driver issue
Join the community here. Your name or email address: You will find there is a lot of Windows centric IT advise out there of dubious quality, mostly it is just poor quality IT staff that really don’t know what they are on about, they have usually only used Windows. I had an experience with POS before; get the system to print a simple X.
HP makes the most effort to fully support Linux, so if all other aspects are equal, always buy a HP printer.
HP make a good effort to fully support all their printers on Linux, so all things being equal, always buy u-bu01ii HP. Now for my fee more rant: PS Have been on the phone to epson support for over a week, Initially I was told that the engineer would find a printer and try and install it himself on win 7 64 bit, no one got back to me, then i was told he had trouble getting hold of that model but would do it asap, no one got back to 02ii, then I was told this guy had been moved from this team but the problem had been sent to Level 2 support, no one got back to me, then i was told that another customer was having the same problem and theyve sent in their printer so Epson can diagnose the problem Now for my fee for my time giving this advice, This appears to be separate from the APD.
Hmmm I didnt see that in the paper manual Ive got. No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Maybe it’s an updated version to the Ub-uu01ii virtual port driver you’ve tried?
Windows try’s to mitigate some of it retardedness by automatically saving “restore” points when you install hardware, you may well elson able to achieve my manual instruction better by restoring to a restore point, if the system made one at a convenient point in time, which I epaon it would have.
If you did, then you will get eepson behaviour that you are describing here. Most other brand common usb printers also just plug in and work as well, but HP makes the most effort, hence deserves preferential treatment at purchase.
Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Be conservative, delete one or two thing that seem obvious and then try it. But I epsln you’ll see them once the cover is opened.