Epson printers, scanners, and multifunction printers (MFPs) are popular choices for both personal and business use. However, without the right drivers, they can be difficult to set up and use effectively. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about Epson printer, scanner, and MFP drivers, from finding the right drivers to troubleshooting common issues.
Once you've found the right drivers for your Epson device, it's time to install them. Here's how:
Download the drivers: If you downloaded the drivers from the Epson website or used the Epson Connect Printer Setup Utility, the drivers should already be downloaded to your computer. If you found the drivers through Windows Update, you may need to click "Download" to download them.
Run the installer: Once the drivers are downloaded, run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.
Connect your device: After the drivers are installed, connect your Epson device to your computer using a USB cable or through your network.
Even with the right drivers installed, you may run into issues with your Epson device. Here are some common issues and how to troubleshoot them:
Connection issues: If your Epson device isn't connecting to your computer, try restarting both your device and your computer. You can also check your network settings to make sure everything is set up correctly.
Printing issues: If you're having trouble printing, make sure your device is set as the default printer. You can also try restarting your device or clearing the print queue.
Scanning issues: If you're having trouble scanning, make sure you have the right software installed. You can also try restarting your device or checking your network settings.