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I'm not sure if this is your problem or not but it sounds like the views, document view and print preview, are using a different color management model.
I can tell you how I print color reliably (the views match); maybe some bit of it will help you figure it out. This is with PS-CS2 and an Epson P2200 with Media Street inks.
1) All my files are converted from the camera color profile (D1X Daylight) to Adobe RGB (1998). You don't have to use Adobe RGB, that's just what I use.
2) When I do 'File>Print with Preview...', I click 'More Options' and change 'Output' to 'Color Management'.
3) I make sure 'Document' is selected which confirms, (Profile: Adobe RGB (1998))
4) Under 'Options' I set 'Color Handling:' to 'Let Photoshop Determine Colors' and 'Printer Profile' to the custom printer/paper profile for my choice of paper, usually Ilford Smooth Pearl (IGSPP9_E2200PSPP_0604v2.icc)
Works like a charm with color, sucks out loud for B&W.
One thing, the Epson preview window that pops up after I click 'Print' is always saturated with magenta because it's not coordinated with the PS color management.
This isn't big news or anything special, just thought it worth mentioning, maybe it'll help you run down your problem.
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Sounds similar but at number 4, I dont have any further options in PS. When it continues onto the printing window (epson managed I guess) I get three further options under colour management :
1. Colour Controls - Lets me alter everything, brightness, contrast, saturation, gamma etc...
2. ColourSync with no options
3. No colour Adjustment.
Mines on option 3 atm as I figured it was being controlled elsewhere and when I tried option 1, it sucked!