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NO it did not work, I will try the latter typing each individual command and preceed to see what happens!
Here Go's!
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No that did not work either!

I will try what you suggested a couple post ago now.

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Im not quite sure I understand, I go to start and right click then click explore, it then pulls up a menu, I click Local Setting and then click on temp files, I then attemp to creat a new file in this widow, of which I did. Yes? is this correct?
Im Apologize for being a pest.
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Yes that is what I meant did it work?

Lets first try a nice removal of all the files in there.

If you haven't already downloaded ATF Cleaner, you can download it from HERE.

Once you have it downloaded, run it and you will see a window similar to the following:
(Please note that only on XP and Vista machines with it enabled will the Prefetch option not be grayed out)

Now click on the Select All checkbox so that every checkbox listed is filled in with a checkmark.
(You can uncheck any of the items you don't want to have cleaned)

Now click the Empty Selected button. It will take less then a minute and you will receive a window stating that the cleaning is done and how much space was freed up.

A video tutorial for using this program can be found HERE. (Compliments of dsenette)

Now lets see how many files are leftover.

Click on start.
Click on run.
Type in cmd and press enter.

Type in the following command in the box below
dir "Local Settings"\Temp > Desktop\files.txt

You should have a new text document named files on your desktop.

Please upload this on your next post.
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OK here are the results,

Ran the AFT cleaner and 82.641 MB's are cleaned.

Next is the tex posted from my desktop,

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I just received this mail from emachine,

Thank you for your e-mail. If your system is unable to print, this
issue is either caused by your configuration setting of the printer.

How to enable the print spooler in Windows XP:

1. Make sure your services are enabled in System Configuration Utility.

a. Click Start.

b. Click Run.

c. Type: msconfig

d. Click OK or press the ENTER key.

e. Click on the Services tab.

f. Click on Enable all.

g. Click Apply then OK.

h. Click Restart.

2. When the computer comes back up, check the Services to make sure it
is running.

a. Click Start.

b. Click Run.

c. Type: services.msc

d. Click OK or press the ENTER key.

3. Look for the Print Spooler in this list (it should say that it is
running). If the Print Spooler is not running, continue to the next
step.

a. Right click on the Print Spooler and select Properties.

b. Under startup type select Automatic.

c. Click Apply and OK.

d. Restart the computer.

e. Test the printer.


Follow the steps listed below to check the USB Devices:

Note: Verify that the USB device in question is connected directly to
the USB port on the computer, or the results will not be accurate.

1. Open Control Panel.

If you are using the Windows XP default Start menu, from the Start
menu,
click Control Panel.
If you are using the Classic Start menu, from the Start menu, point to
Settings, and then click Control Panel.

2. In Control Panel, open System.

If the computer is in Category View, click Performance and Maintenance,

and then click System.
If the computer is in Classic View, double-click System.

3. In the System Properties dialog box, click the Hardware tab, and
then click Device Manager.

4. On the Device Manager tab, double-click Universal Serial Bus
controllers.

5. Double-click the USB Hub listing.

Note: If there is more than one USB Hub listing, perform the following
steps for each listing.

6. In the USB Hub Properties dialog box, click the Power tab. The hub

information, devices attached, and ports available display.

7. If another USB hub, like a generic hub, is listed, click to view
the
devices attached to that hub.

USB Root Hub Power Properties

Verify that there are no other USB devices daisy-chained to the device
you are troubleshooting, for example a USB hub. If there are any other
devices, remove them, and then check Power Properties on the USB hub(s)

in Device Manager. This provides one of the following results.

1. No device identified. The device is not identified. This
indicates
a problem with the USB cable.

2. Splat on the USB root hub, or root hub not recognized. This is an
issue with the USB device drivers or port on the computer. Refer to
USB
troubleshooting.

3. Device identified correctly. This means that the port, cable,
device, and drivers are functioning properly. Test the device for
recognition.

4. Device identified incorrectly. The device is identified
incorrectly, for example an Unknown Device. This indicates an issue
with the device driver
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yorkie,

That would be good troubleshooting if your drivers were able to install. When happens when you try to install your printer drivers now?

Edited by tuxmaster, 14 October 2007 - 06:58 PM.

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You are right Tuxmaster,
Evreytime I have written {tom, dick, harry and suzzie} {no offence to anyone with thoses names} just examples} reply back. Im getting very fustrated so now Im thinking, if it just will not be easier to restore,
No I still cant install my drivers I get the same ole error messages!
What would you suggest?
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Yorkie,

Sometimes it is easier to just restore the operating system with these types of problems. I don't tell pepole that is what they should do until I have used every single Idea that I have plus some.
How did you obtain the installation file for the printer drivers? If you downloaded them I would recommend re-downloading them and trying again. Try installing some other programs too tell me if it works?
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Tuxmaster

OK I will do, I am under the weather at the moment, maybe a day or two, but I will get back to you.

Thanks
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Hey Tux

I tried installing my cam software and it seem to be working but towards the end I get this window come up.

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I also went to the Epson site and downloaded the latest drivers for my printer too.

What is next????
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hello yorkie,

Try to install your webcam software again. Also install your printer software.
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