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Epson stylus photo Millenium edition

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Nita, Nov 17, 2011.

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  1. Nita

    Nita Thread Starter

    Feb 3, 2004
    How can I get my Epson stylus photo Millenium edition printer which is still in good working order to work with mygrandson's computer which is running onwindows 7.Is it possible or do I have to disacrd a perfectly good printer?
  2. Mark1956


    May 7, 2011
    You need to go to the Epson site and see if drivers are available for that model of printer. If they aren't you might be out of luck, but a Vista driver may work.
  3. wolfworx


    Oct 2, 2001
    You probably need a driver for Win 7. Contact Epson to get a driver. Badger them if necessary! They need to support their products.

    A friend of mine had a problem getting his old printer to work when he got a new computer with Win7. As it turned out, both his new computer and old printer were form Dell. They could not offer help at first, but we kept pressing them and they finally came up with a driver to get the printer working.

    I like Epson printers. I have one now and am happy with it. I believe Epson should provide the support you need to get the printer working with Win7. But, if you can not get the printer to work, Put it out on the curb with a large sign saying "Epson can not get this printer to work with MS Windows 7". At least that will bug Both MS and Epson!:rolleyes:
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