Okay, I have an Epson Stylus C80, which was in perfect working order until there was a tragedy and someone who happens to help out around my house was cleaning up my desk and yanked a wire. It happened to be the wire to the USB port of my beautiful printer, and it pulled out the entire damn socket. It could not be fixed when I brought it in for repair, and I can't afford a new one. I found an old USB/Serial Adapter, so I'm trying to use that with my printer, b/c it has a SCSI (i think? it says parallel on it) port. Anyway, I know it is the right cable, and it's manufactured by epson. So i plug it into my computer, and for some bizarre reason, it recognizes its presence, can identify the printer, but gives me communication errors when i try to print. this is really bugging me, I have the latest driver, and epson says that they won't help me b/c they "only support USB with my printer". What do I do?