The Epson Printer Error Code 0X69 is a common issue encountered by the users of the device. Causes like the misconfiguration of your computer that is connected to your printer, circuit issues, motherboard failure, etc., can result in this error on Epson WF 3620 Printer, Epson WF 3640 Printer, and other such models. Problems with your printer’s ink or motor too can cause this particular error. At large, the Epson Printer Error Code 0X69 can indicate issues with the internal hardware of your Epson printing device. To fix it, you can reboot your device at first. Along with this, you can update your Windows system, check that your printer has no jammed paper, install the updates for the printer drivers, or use tools like the Troubleshooting Tool by Microsoft.
Reasons that Makes Epson Error Code 0X69:-
The most common reason why this error code might sprout is due to the misconfiguration of the Epson printer system file on the Windows OS. Some other reasons why this error might occur are:
- Loss of printer files.
- The discrepancy in the access to a printer.
- Denial of Epson printer registration
- Unable to find the access path “%PROGFILES64%\WIDCOMM\Bluetooth Software\Epson WF3640”
Point to Fix How To Fix Epson Printer Error Code 0X69:-
You can troubleshoot the Epson Printer Error Code 0X69 in manual mode. Here are the detailed steps to fix the error.
- The users can face the Epson Printer Error Code 0X69 problem due to the printer circuitry which is related to the ink system or the print engine. You need to on the printer and plug it off suddenly while it will be boosting. Now wait for 15 minutes and restart the printer again. If you are still facing the problem, then it must be the ‘hard error’ which may solve by the following steps.
- The Epson printer technical team recommends updating the Windows to the latest version. Epson Error Code 0X69 is a common error case for the older version of Windows. You need at least Windows 7 to operate Epson printers.
- Open your computer and click on the Start
- Type Windows Update in the appeared box.
- Tap on the Windows update to start.
- After completing the update restart the computer and log into the admin user’s profile.
- Now again click on the Start button and then click on the ‘All Programs and Accessories, System Tools and then tap on the ‘System Restore’ tab.
- In the next dialogue box, select the ‘Restore my computer for an earlier time’ icon and then click Next.
- Now you have to choose the latest system restore section to complete the process.
- Click on the ‘Next about the confirmation window’ section to finish the process.
- Now you have to restart your computer.
- Now try to print from your Epson printer.
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