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Windows 10 Dye Sub Printer Driver Reinstall Fix

For an expanded breakdown of this guide, See Dye Sub Printer Driver Fix (Workaround)


If you’re running Windows 10, the latest cumulative update may have already broken your current printer drivers. To fix this, you will need to uninstall your current printer drivers and reinstall the latest driver.

First, right-click your windows icon in the bottom left of your task bar.

Windows Icon

Select Device Manager

Device Manager

Make sure “Show hidden devices” is enabled under view


Go to “Print Queues” and “Printers” and select every driver of your printer


Go to action and click on “Uninstall device”. This will uninstall all drivers for your current selected printer.


The drivers for your printer will be uninstalled and you will be able to reinstall the latest drivers

If you have any questions, give us a call at 800-342-9294

Bill Vahrenkamp, Cr.Photog., leads technical operations at Imaging Spectrum.


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