|13 Feb 2010||#1|
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All in one printers, a pain in the backside!
I first had a Hp 750 psc printer in 2001 but it kept falling to bits and eventually found itself in a big hole in the ground. Then I had a HP 6280 printer. Nothing but trouble, always updating (very annoying) and I decided to get a different printer when the ink ran out as it was cheaper to buy a new printer than buy new ink for it! So, I changed company and bought a KODAK. It worked for 2 weeks and now I can't get the thing to work on a network it had already been working on for the previous 2 weeks. To cut a long story short I've tried to fix an error code of 0x0000000d and tried all the necessary remedies here on 7, Vista x64, Microsoft answers and also Technet.
Answer is simple don't buy a new printer, as it's likely not to work properly until they have remedied the driver aspects of each individual companies printers for windows 7.
You have been warned!
Sorry for the rant once again asI have tried to fix this fault for 2 weeks now...
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