Unable to print with EPSON TM-T88III Receipt Printer


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sandhyamore1000

Hi Guyz,

I have EPSON TM-T88III Receipt printer installed on Windows XP. (This
is installed using windows drivers).
In the Printer Properties>On Font tab, it's not displaying the list of
supported fonts & font sizes.
Please guide me in this. I am unable to print with this printer.Also
it's displaying the status of this printer as 'Not Available'
Why is it so?

Thanks & Regards,
Sam
 
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Craig

We use OPOS driver for our TM-T88III with no problems. It seems to me in
previous posts there have been a lot of issues using Epsons window's
drivers. Most people end up using OPOS. If you must use window's drivers you
might be better off switching to a Star printer. There doesn't seem to be
any issues with their window's drivers.
Craig
 
M

Marc

I use TM88III's and IV's. My old III's are parallel interface. Here is my install notes. Hope it helps!

use Epson WINDOWS APD driver for TM-88-III receipt 3 - parallel i/f and install usb driver

after installing - in Win printer settings change port to USB virtual and uncheck bi-directional

printer settings/operation
add open drawer command for Start of Document
add cut for end of page

Marc
 
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Marc

I forgot to note - those III's are parallel interface - BUT installed with a usb-parallel adapter cable, as they are now on PCs without parallel ports.

Marc
I use TM88III's and IV's. My old III's are parallel interface. Here is my install notes. Hope it helps!

use Epson WINDOWS APD driver for TM-88-III receipt 3 - parallel i/f and install usb driver

after installing - in Win printer settings change port to USB virtual and uncheck bi-directional

printer settings/operation
add open drawer command for Start of Document
add cut for end of page

Marc
 
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S

sandhyamore1000

Hi Guyz,

I have reinstalled my EPSON TM-T88III printer and installed it as
Serial 'Com1'.
This has solved my problem.

Thanks for your valuable replies.

Regards,
Sam
 

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