How to fix an Offline Printer Error on Epson?

Once you are set with your Epson Printer then you are ready to work, but your computer just says that it is offline. Due to which, you cannot print your file. This issue really makes you irritated and even drives you crazy. Don’t worry anymore in this guide, we will discuss the solutions to fix an Offline Printer Error on Epson. It is advisable to follow the given solutions very carefully and make your printer again ready to print.

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Solution:

Update your Epson printer driver

Your Epson Printer offline issue is possibly being caused by driver errors. In that case, just update your printer. The Driver Easy recognizes your system automatically with either the Free or the Pro version of the Driver Easy. But with the Pro version, it takes just 2 clicks.

• First of all, download and install the Driver Easy
• Run the Driver Easy and then click on Scan Now option
• Driver Easy will then scan your computer and then detect any issue drivers
• With the Free version: click on the Update option that appears next to the flagged printer driver to download and install the correct version of this driver automatically.
• With Pro version: just click on Update All to download and install the correct version of all the drivers automatically which are missing or old on your system
• Restart your computer and make sure that if you are able to use your printer again

Disable use Printer Offline feature of your Epson Printer:

• On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key + R simultaneously to open the Run box
• Now, type Control and press Enter
• Click on Devices and Printers in the ‘Large icons’
• Right-click on your printer and click on See what is printing
• Click on Printer to make sure there’s no tick (√) mark before Using Printer Offline
• Then, click on Printer again and this time just check on Set as Default Printer
• Close the Windows and check if you are able to use your printer

Reinstall your Epson printer:

• On your keyboard, press Windows logo key and R simultaneously (at the same time) to open the Run box
• Type devmgmt.msc and press Enter
• Right-click on your Epson printer device in the Printers or Printer queues and then, click on Uninstall
• On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key + R at the same time to open the Run box
• Now, type Control and press Enter
• Click on Devices and Printer in Large icons
• Right-click on the blank area and then, click on Add a printer
• Click on Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer
• Click on the ‘Printer that I want isn’t listed’
• Now, tick on Add a printer using a TCP/IP address or hostname and then click on Next
• Enter the IP address and Port name of your printer
• After that, click on Next to finish the re-installing your printer
• Restart your computer and then, check if you are able to use the printer

If you are experiencing any issue or error while conducting any of the given solutions then call on Epson Support UK for instant help. The technical teams are available to help you in any manner they can. The teams provide remote assistance to you.

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