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I am trying to print photos from a memory card and the printer will not read the card!!!

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It is somewhat difficult to give a helpful answer as you do not mention what sort of image files are on the card and that could be the real culprit- If your camera produces RAW image files, then you cannot print from those - you need a format like JPEG of TIFF (as examples). Please give some more information so we can then help.

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This may be a waste ink chamber problem -how many pictures have you made over its lifetime? download this utility wwwssclg.com Install it and set it for your printer right click on the task bar icon, and you will see various things you can do. 1st. use 'Reset All Counters' And of course do read the manual Further help may be obtained from www.fixyourownprinter.com

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That card is probably too big for that card reader in the printer to read. You have to have a card reader that can read Secure Digital High Capacity cards. The most you can probably get out of the card reader on the printer is either 1 or 2 gb secure digital.

You might be able to get away with using the pictbrige connection on the printer and print that way as long as the memory card is loaded into the camera.

If that doesn't work you will have to get a card reader that can read SDHC cards.


Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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Could be a corrupted driver. Try to uninstall and then reinstall with the latest driver from Epson. Personally I have always used Epson inkjets but I have had to replace 3 because the printer heads became clogged with ink. There is no way to clean the heads if it gets to the point where they no longer will spray. I now will only purchase HP inkjets because the heads are actually part of the ink cartridge, end of that problem.

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