I had not looked at it in this fashion. It makes sense.
In the golden days of optical drives there was a significant assembly of hobbyists and techno-geek maestros looking to improve the read/write characteristics of their drives. It worked. My first BenQ CD Writer was a beast ruling over...
Did you explore the other links in the Google search? Chances are good someone else with your issue wants a similar resolution as you.
I do not have an Epson 3880 so I'm flying by the seat of my pants on this. Hang in there. The Epson experts have yet to reply.
Did a Google search using "starwheel on 3880" and several results may apply to you.
The first result seems like an excellent guide to resolving your issue, though it might be a good idea to look at as many search results as...
This may be a matter of perspective, one members may not share.
He considered you a business. We help people here for free. Some members do not like feeling pimped out to help a business make money off our charity.
Rarely the forum has a post about BIOS files. There is no repository of BIOS...
In your brief time on the forum you have had 9 posts concerning
Canon IP1200 - you want the BIOS
Ricoh sp211 - you want the BIOS
Canon Pro 10 - Opps. Another BIOS request for the Ricoh sp11 but on a Canon Pro 10 thread.
Canon IP7250 - no BIOS requested
Canon ts5050 - you want a BIOS
Maybe so. However, Mikling broke the trust he had with me when he avoided answering my questions about his testing methods concerning the Pro 200 and his inks. You may remember this.
One claimed improvement of Chromalife 100 in the new and improved Chromalife 100+ is archival longevity 100 years --> 300 years album life, a more neutral black, and ink migration resistance caused by heat and humidity. While Canon claims 300 years in a well controlled album environment, they...
The Pro 200 has 8 inks and the Epson has 6. All things being equal, you wouldn't be surprised that an 8 ink Canon to have a wider gamut than a 6 ink Epson. In my brief reading, though, one can expand the gamut by means other than increasing the number of different inks available.
A Xerox of an original is still a copy with imperfections.
You are comparing your OEM Epson ink to an aftermarket ink. That's all. It is not a comparison to OEM Canon.
Before accepting that Mikling's ink is as you say, I would want proof.
Maybe someone can provide you with an OEM Canon...
Welcome to the forum, @Jimb .
What makes you think the issue is caused by a Windows Update?
The first thing to have done is use Google and search on the EXACT error message you are getting. The more precise the better your chances of easily finding a solution. If there is no error message...