Yes, the address of the port you were using probably has changed with the new motherboard, reinstalling the driver should solve the problem.Hello,
I just had the motherboard replaced. The computer recognizes the printer through the maintenance programs but is not responding when I go to print. Should I reinstall the driver?
I know this an old thread but having problems myself.When you connected the printer, your computer will have installed a new Epson printer.
1. Delete all Epson printers based on your print engine. (EPSON 2400 I believe, also do not delete the RIP, just the Epson printers, most likely you will have one normal and one copy)
2. Unplug your Epson printer from the computer, and plug it back in. Your computer will reinstall the printer.
3. Right click on the printer and go to Properties. Choose ports and see what USB port the printer is on. You will have to move the column over a little to see the full port name.
4. Open your RIP (assuming you have DTG RIP Pro)
5. Click on outputs, and then click on the Output Queue 1 and edit.
6. Choose the port (bottom right corner of window) that matches the port that your newly installed printer is on.
7. You may also have to go back to the control panel and printer area and check to see if any of the printers or queue's are offline. If they are, right click on them and and choose work online.
You should be back up and running. I've never used this RIP, but it's based on the iProof RIP and I imagine it's set up the same.