Printer driver for windows 7

  Bayleaf 10:36 26 Dec 2010

Does anyone please know where I might find a driver for a Epson EPL-5800L Laser printer for windows 7.
Have tried the epson website,Microsoft,driverzone & Cnet with no luck.

Would be very greatful of any help as I don't want to have to be a new printer!

  iscanut 10:41 26 Dec 2010

Is this article any help ? click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:41 26 Dec 2010
  iscanut 10:42 26 Dec 2010

PS Your printer is on the list !

  Bayleaf 11:27 26 Dec 2010

Good Morning iscanut and fruit Bat, Thanks very much for your responce,have tried iscanut's suggestion with no luck, am now downloading Fruit Bats driver but cannot try it until tommorow. Will report back. Many thanks.

  Bayleaf 20:18 27 Dec 2010

Hi there,

Just to update, I tried Fruit Bats download but received a message saying there was an error when the driver was being installed, so still no joy!

Thanks again.

  rdave13 20:26 27 Dec 2010

Are you trying to install with the printer's usb connected to the PC?

  Strawballs 21:27 27 Dec 2010

While I was testing win 7 as Beta and no drivers were availiable I found that Vista drivers worked for my periferals

  iscanut 21:39 27 Dec 2010

The printer should not be connected until driver installed. You are normally prompted during the set up.

  mobileman1953 08:43 28 Dec 2010

dont know how old your printer is but my ancient epson cx3600 was plugged in and windows 7 found the driver automatically

  Bayleaf 11:43 28 Dec 2010

rdave 13,

Have tried LPT 1 and USB.


Will try installing with the printer disconnected.

Sorry for slow responce but the PC and printer belong to my father-in-law and I have to drive over there.

Your help is much appreciated.

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