Epson Stylus Pro 10600 Setup Guide

Connecting the Printer with Your Computer

Connecting the Printer with Your Computer

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10. Holding the bottom edge of the paper, turn the 
roll paper to remove slack. Make sure that the 
bottom edge of the paper is straight, and that 
it is aligned with the rows of holes.
11. Set the paper lever to the secured position, and 
close the roll paper cover.
12. Press the Pause button. The print heads move 
and the paper automatically feeds into the 
printing position. READY appears on the LCD 
panel.
Note:
Even if you do not press the Pause button, the print 
heads move and paper feeds into the printing 
position automatically. READY appears on the LCD 
panel.
Now you are ready to print on roll paper. Make 
sure the printer driver settings, then send the print 
job.
Connecting the Printer with Your 
Computer
Using the built-in parallel interface or 
built-in USB interface
Use a shielded, twisted-pair cable, or a standard 
shielded USB cable.
Note:
When using an inappropriate cable or connecting 
peripheral devices between the printer and the 
computer, the connection may be unstable.
You cannot connect Windows 95 or NT 4.0 
computers to the USB interface of the printer.
You cannot connect Macintosh computer to the 
parallel interface of the printer.
The EPSON Printer Port and DMA transfer 
features (for Windows Me, 98, and 95 only) of the 
EPSON printer driver you install are not available 
with USB connections. They are available only 
with the parallel interface connection. For 
information on the EPSON Printer Port and 
DMA transfer, see your Reference Guide.
1. Make sure that both the printer and the 
computer are off.
2. Attach the parallel or USB interface cable to 
the printer as shown below.
Parallel