tomsrancho

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  1. Thank You! I did 2 things: ran "repair" as you suggested, and also saw "WIAProxy32" in the file list, which I also ran. One of those two did the trick, I can now print.
  2. Thank you, I added the plug-in, did it twice to be sure, but there's no difference. Still get the message "Printer is not ready".
  3. I very much favor Paint.Net over MS Paint, and even PhotoShop for most applications that I wish to employ, but I can't print a picture from Paint.Net. It's not a WIA issue, I'm sure, since I'm not acquiring an image from a scanner or printer that I wish to print, and, I can acquire an image from either device through Paint.Net whenever I wish. The problem is that, whether I want to print an original or an edited image, when selecting "Print", and setting whatever quality/orientation/paper, etc., parameters, selecting "Print" results in an error: "Printer is not ready". It doesn't matter what file type is used, jpg, pdn, or any other. I can print the same file from PhotoShop or MSPaint. I have the latest version of Paint.Net and am running Windows Vista Home, using an Epson 500 printer. What is causing the lack of print capability? Thanks,