The printer is producing pages containing illegible
type or characters
The printer is not
Images and type look bitmapped and jagged on your printouts
You're printing with
the standard EPSON
rather than Stylus
Click Cancel in the Information window on a
Macintosh or Cancel Printing in the Stylus RIP
window on a PC to stop printing. If this doesn't
work, turn off the printer to avoid wasting paper.
On a Macintosh, halt the Stylus RIP application by
holding down the Option and Command keys and
then pressing Esc. Restart your Macintosh to
establish communication with the printer.
Make sure that you correctly performed all the
steps in Chapters 1 and 2 (Macintosh) or Chapters 3
and 4 (Windows).
On a Windows system, make sure you are printing
through the PostScript printer driver, and the port is
set to Stylus RIP.
On a Windows system, set the Parallel port type to
either EPP or ECP mode, See your PC's owner's
manual for instructions on changing this setting in
Make sure you start the Stylus RIP program before
you start printing. On a Macintosh, make sure you
select AdobePS in the Chooser. On a PC, make
sure the correct Stylus RIP driver is selected in your
application's Print Setup dialog box.