I am currently having an issue with a Epson Stylus NX330 wireless printer. The issue I am having is that I cannot seem to print anything from my computer to my printer VIA a wireless connection. I have run through all the basics, such as making sure the printer's nozzle, etc, are cleaned and ready to go, checking ink levels, having the computer print test sheets to prove its functioning, making sure that the network in my home recognizes the WiFi from the printer and the laptop and clearing the spooler of any documents. On the laptop, it shows in Hardware and Sound that the printer is on and working just fine, and upon checking the settings on the printer, it is connected to the network just fine as well.
When I go to print a document from my computer, it begins to print but stalls halfway on the status progress bar and the spooler icon on the computer shows that there is an error, but it doesn't specify what the error is. I'm thinking this is an upload issue, but I cannot be sure. In an attempt to remedy the problem from the side of the computer, I have run through some basic steps, such as disabling startup programs and services (except Microsoft services and the Espon drivers), yet this has had no affect. I have also disabled the computer's firewall, etc, trying to see if any security issues are preventing the upload of the document to the printer. I have ran through every step that I know to get the printer to print the document from the computer but no joy. I would use another computer to confirm that the issue is with the computer having issues, but I unfortunately have no other WiFi device capable of doing so. Again, the printer is broadcasting on the SSID and working just fine to show that its available on the network.
I appreciate any insight or ideas to help me, as printers are not my strong field.