Epson Driver Is Unavailable

Epson Driver Is Unavailable

Epson Driver Is Unavailable

Epson Driver Is Unavailable is a problem that might crash when you use your printer to execute many printouts. In homes, where printing requirements are common, this driver problem can also be seen on your printer’s operating system and can be avoided. The printer drivers job is to make successful connections between printers and computers. If your Windows or other operating system has expired, then a driver may appear missing errors that appear on your computer which is Epson Driver Is Unavailable. You can partially solve the problem by using various troubleshooting steps like updating drivers or reinstalling them. However, by doing this you are not resolving the problem, but temporarily looking for a tool to clean it so that you can resume your current work in printing. Epson Driver Is Unavailable are complicated and may require debugging or full restoration, which usually crosses the efforts of general user skills. In such cases, professional tech support can be very helpful for your printer driver to restore its normal performance. 

Why Choose Us ?

If you experience the printer driver is unavailable issue anytime during usage, it is best to get help from us right away. Just ignoring and troubleshooting a commercial service can increase the problem with your printer driver. We understand the need for a functional printer in your home or office, and are ready to offer Support at any time. At your request, we will either remotely access the necessary coordinates, or send to our expert technicians so that your printer can  resume functioning in no time. 

How to fix Epson Driver Is Unavailable issue of printer? 

Try the first method. Unfortunately, if it does not work, try Method 2. 

  1. Reinstall your printer driver 
  2. Install all the available updates for your Windows

Method 1: Reinstall your printer driver 

As mentioned earlier, a corrupt or incompatible driver may cause you problems. So it is necessary to install a suitable printer driver for your Windows  

  1. First, you should uninstall your old printer driver. Please follow these: 
  2. On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R together to invoke the Run box. 
  3. Type devmgmt.msc in the box and click OK. 
  4. Find and right-click on your printer driver. Then click Uninstall device. 
  5. Click Uninstall if you’re prompted to confirm. 

 Or else download the correct driver from your printer manufacturer’s website or, use Driver Easy to help you download the printer driver automatically. 

Method 2: Install all the updates for your Windows 

  1. If your Windows has not been updated for a long time, it could also make your printer driver unavailable. Follow the given instructions below to install all the available updates for your Windows. 
  2. If you’re Windows 10 users then go for Guide 1.If you’re Windows 7 users then follow the Guide 2. 
Guide 1 
  1. If you’re using Windows 10, follow these: 
  2. Type update in the search box from Start. Then click Check for updates. 
  3. Click Check for updates. 
  4. Windows will then install the updates automatically. 
  5. After Windows completes to install all the updates, restart your computer and try to print a file to see if your printer works. 
Guide 2 

If you’re using Windows 7, please follow these: 

  1. Click on the Start button, type update in the search box and click Check for updates from the result. 
  2. Then  Check for updates. 
  3. Click Install updates. 
  4. After Windows completes to install all the updates, restart your computer and try to print a file to see if your printer works.

Download Epson Drivers 

  1. Log on to http://www.epson.com/, and select your geographical location 
  2. Point your cursor to Get Drivers & Support menu, located at the bottom right-hand corner, and then select your product type 
  3. Enter your product name in the Search box and press Enter, or browse by product category 
  4. Click Drivers & Downloads 
  5. Select your operating system from the Operating System drop-down menu 
  6. Expand Drivers, and click the Download button under each driver that you want to download. 
  7. Save the downloaded driver(s) in an appropriate location, such as your desktop.