You see a memory or VM error message (Macintosh)
Virtual memory is not
Not enough memory
is allocated to the
Stylus RIP software.
Your system needs
You see a communications error message when you try to open
EPSON Stylus RIP
The printer is not
turned on or not
Your printer is
connected to LPT2 or
EPSON Stylus RIP does not run (Windows)
You're using Norton
Navigator or another
Select Control Panels from the Apple menu, then
select Memory Control Panel. Click the On button
in the Virtual Memory panel.
Quit Stylus RIP and select the Stylus RIP icon on
your desktop. Select Get Info from the File menu.
Then increase the amount of available memory in
the Preferred Size box to at least 20000K
(minimum 16000K), making sure to leave some
memory available for your system software and
If neither of the solutions above prevent memory
error messages, you need to install additional
memory on your Macintosh.
Make sure the printer connection is secure at both
ends of the cable. Also make sure the cable is not
defective and it meets the specifications for your
printer. See your printer documentation for more
Turn on the printer and try printing again.
Change the printer connection to LPT1. You cannot
select any other output port within the EPSON
Stylus RIP program.
Click the Windows icon, then click the Stylus RIP
icon to run Stylus RIP directly from Windows.