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The driver does not need updating in this circumstance.
The ink cartridges may need replacing - and perhaps, returning to the store as defective for a refund.
(I am assuming that you prepared the cartridges properly for insertion, before putting them in - removing protective tape, etc. etc. according to instructions. If you need those instructions by any chance, let me know, please.)
Does the printer produce an error message of any sort, in reaction to the new cartridges? if so, they may be defective cartridges, or wrong for the printer.
Or, if you put in 'compatible' cartridges, or re-chipped, etc., be warned: those often enough do not work, quite simply. Or don't work very well. That's why they are cheaper than the genuine OEM-original Epson article.
Lastly... if the printer is simply accepting the cartridges, they are right for the printer, but no ink gets on the paper... then the printhead is probably clogged.
This is usual when a printer has been disused for a considerable period - ink dries in the printhead, clogging it.
Sometimes this may be relieved with the proper sequence of Head Cleaning operations, run from the printer's own control panel (not done manually, which can often ruin the printhead and/or the cartridges), with judicious pauses in between runs of Head Cleaning. Let me know if the problem has gotten to this stage, and I will give you exact instrctions on how to proceed.