Here are a few things to look at. Try each step until your Epson printer works
Be sure you are updated to 13.0.6 Help > Updates
Another is to uninstall/reinstall the drivers from an administrator account to be sure proper permissions are set.
Reset prefs: Quit Photoshop, Hold down cmd-opt-shift, and start Photoshop. You will see a "delete settings" dialog. Agree and see if that fixes it.
Others have had success by selecting another printer and then going back to the Epson.
Many thanks Gene - I will give the options below a try and hopefully one of them will work. I’ll let you know if we have success!
I downloaded a updated version of Adobe Application Manager. I then restarted and opened the AAM - through Photoshop Help - Updates. Ran this and now I can print from Adobe Photoshop.
It’s fantastic - thank you so so much.
I did try the reset prefs option first as you instructed below, but this did not work.
I am printing and that’s the main thing. Thanks so much for the solution.
Sincere best wishes,
I'm glad you are. Updates do patch up a lot of problems in the first release so it is important.
Reset Prefs clears up anything corrupted in the Photoshop Preferences file that may stop you from printing. It's a standard keyboard troubleshooting fix, but not if the problem is deeper. Make a note of your experiences in your Notes app for future reference.
Another suggestion is to look at Repairing Permissions (Disk Utility). Sometimes they are off and can cause software problems.
What does the long, detailed crash report say?
And have you updated the driver from Epson's website (they had to fix a bunch of bugs for MacOS 10.10)?
Yes, I updated the driver from Epson’s website but that did not help the situation.
When I updated the Adobe Application Manager and then updated CS5 - printing is now working in Photoshop.
It’s great when things work!
Thanks so much for your help. Much appreciated.