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Hi, I need to perform a clean install of my OS (what fun), and I was hoping to save the calibration settings for my printer so as not to have to go through the whole rigmorale again. OS - Win XP Pro Printer - Epson 2100 Sorry if this post is OT, but I would be very grateful for any help!!! Thanks, Peter. PS. I have searched google, and if you can find the answer to this question then you're a better searcher than me : )...

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    Default Epson 2100 - how to save calibration settings for a clean OS install

    Hi,

    I need to perform a clean install of my OS (what fun), and I was hoping to
    save the calibration settings for my printer so as not to have to go through
    the whole rigmorale again.

    OS - Win XP Pro
    Printer - Epson 2100

    Sorry if this post is OT, but I would be very grateful for any help!!!

    Thanks,
    Peter.

    PS. I have searched google, and if you can find the answer to this question
    then you're a better searcher than me : )


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    "_Peter_" <HOTMAIL :: peter_i50 ::> wrote... 
    through 
    question 

    What did people of Epson technical support say and why didn't
    it satisfy you?

    Victor


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    _Peter_ wrote: 

    Regedit: HK/Current User/Epson You can possibly export the settings as
    a reg file, and use it in the new install.

    Q


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    "_Peter_" <HOTMAIL :: peter_i50 ::> wrote:
     
    through 

    Peter, hi

    Do you mean the custom settings saved in the "save settings" screen of
    advanced? if yes:

    Take a look in C:\Program Files\EPSON\<name of your printer>\*.UCF
    (C:\windows for Windows 9x)

    I'm unsure if the driver versions need to be the same for the backup and
    restore to work I'd suggest using the same version to start with.

    Create your backup of this file
    Go to your test PC (friend etc. To make sure it works first)
    Check the name of the .UCF on the target machine and back it up under a
    different name.
    Copy your backed up .UCF to the target machine and rename it to the name for
    the original file on this PC
    Test.

    alternatively, search your PC for .ICM files if it is color profile
    "calibrations" you want to save.

    If either of these are not what you wanted please describe what you are
    trying to backup and I'll have another shot.

    Regards, Ken


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