Where I can get drivers for Epson TM-T88IV, Epson TM-U210PB ?

Posted on 2007-10-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
I can not find drivers for Epson TM-T88IV, Epson TM-U210PB for Windows XP X64 bit.
I just called Epson Customer Support, they said that they don't have any drivers that support Windows XP X64 bit for Epson TM printers. They also said that I can try to find it from third party by searching in google. But I can't find it. Can anyone help me please!!!
Question by:041501630631
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    Accepted Solution

    It probably does not exist I'm afraid. If Epson don't have it, and Google can't find it, I can't think of anywhere else to go.

    If you only need to print text (no barcodes or graphics) you may want to try the Generic/Text Only driver that ships with XP.
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    Don't know if this will help but they seem to think they have drivers.  You have to register to get them.
    I got there from here:

    Author Comment

    Yes, I just talked with Epson-expert they said they don't have it.
    However, I just changed it to Windows XP Pro.
    Thank you for your comments guys.
    LVL 4

    Expert Comment

    Try here

    Great place for all sorts of drivers, including older builds.
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    Expert Comment

    Forced accept.

    EE Admin

    Expert Comment

    How can Epson not have a driver for this?  Everything is moving to 64bit.  This is really frustrating.  Has anyone found a legitimate fix (generic\text only don't do the trick ~ can't cut, can't open cash drawer).

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