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Carl, I've done a fair bit of mucking around with 'printer name spoofing' (meaning, changing the driver name to suit the software I want to use), and also 'driver-fooling' (meaning the wrong driver to drive the printer you have). [I just made those terms up] In this way, I have managed to print very successfully using the Piezography BW system to an 890 and a 1270 (neither of which are supported printers). I have also used driver-fooling to print to a 1290 with a 1280 driver (surprisingly, the drivers do seem to be different in implementation, and as a result, curves etc for the 1280 driver do not tend to work on the 1290 driver), and this can occasionally work too. So, referring to your specific example, you might find that to make the 890 profiles (or whatever) work with an 870 requires you to use an 890 driver, pointed directly to the 870. BUT when you do such a thing, you will find it quite easy to find some facility or function that the 890 driver supports but the 870 does not - e.g. edge-toedge printing or 2880dpi. As soon as you set your printer driver into these territories, things will start going wrong! Finally, those profiles that you mention may not work anyway - but you may get them to work. If you would like to see some documentation on the tests that I note above, please trake alook at the Support | Articles pages of the web-site www.mwords.co.uk nij Nigel Rheam MWORDS Limited www.mwords.co.uk Digital Fine Art > -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org > [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Carl Grohs > Sent: 14 May 2002 04:51 > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: 890 Drivers For 870? > > > Posted this sometime ago, never saw it, so here goes again........... > > (Don't know what is worse, sending a post without a correct > subject line or > sending a second post to correct the first. Sorry.) > > Not too long ago someone posted an address for the European Epson website. > They have some interesting stuff there. One of which are PC > profiles for the > 890 and some other printers. I think I have the model correct, I get a > little confused with the different US and Euro model numbers. > > Question. Will these profiles work with the 870? > > Thanks in advance. > > Warmest Regards, > Carl Grohs, Jr. Design Directions Eden, NC - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.