Use better quality disks. Burn at 8x or 12x if you are using blank media that is rated at 16x top speed.
If you are in the US, you can get inkjet printable Verbatim 8x or 16x media, or Taiyo Yuden 8x +R media at rima.com All three of those would work well.
I have a friend with an Epson cd/dvd printer and his results are excellent. Not the same model as you are talking about though, as his is a few years old now.
You don’t need a new driver.
DVDFab is one of only two good decryption/ripping programs available that are still being updated on a regular basis, so I see no problem continuing to use it. You might look into a different burning program. I recommend ImgBurn.