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Had To Roll Back From 7.3.1


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    Fernando Ramos Miracle
    This might be some sort of driver corruption upon installing the new drivers.

    1. Its important that all Seagull drivers on the system are from the same version regardless of their printer brand or model.

    Note that our Seagull drivers use an amount of shared resources between each other and having different version could cause unwanted behaviour.

    2. Another possibility is that something when wrong during installation. We strongly recommend using our Seagull Driver wizard to install our drivers, instead of the Windows default installer.

    When working with USB printers, upon connecting the printer the P&P (Plug & Play) driver will prompt a message informing us that a new device has been detecte and will then launch the Windows default wizard. At this point you should cancel this wizard and open our Seagull driver wizard (Driverwizard.exe, by default it should be found in the "C\Seagull" folder) which should now detect the new printer, and then follow the instructions.

    3. In any case, could you try removing all Seagull drivers from your system using our driver wizard, reboot the compute, and reinstall them from a fresh download (just to make sure no corruption was left behind)?

    4. If that doesn't work, could you let me know what other driver you've got installed on your system?

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