But you do have choices... there's Linux (in all its various versions) or
there is Macintosh. It was you that decided on buying an HP PC and accepted
the operating system that it came with.
How often do you run:
A FULL scan of your antivirus software
A FULL scan of your antispyware software
Does anyone else use your PC?
There is a fix for the duplexing issue, which you can get from Alan Morris
(on this newsgroup).
Cari (MS-MVP) Printing & Imaging
"service" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> my printer is now 3 years old. It started doing this at 2.5. I never had
> problems under XP. I have updated my printer drivers three or four times.
> The driver update holds for about a month and slips back to doing what it
> not supposed to do. It either does not do multiple copies and once I have
> that fixed, it now doesn't collate. I had installed the postscript the
> amount of times, holds for about a month if that and then I get error
> messages saying I don't have enough memory, which I know isn't true. HP
> doesn't know what to do. I just sent a letter off to Steve Ballmer to get
> some Vista Microsoft help since this is Vista problem. Nobody at HP knows
> what to do. I've gone round and round since August 2007 on my first
> HP bought back and when I bought this one I have now this has gone on
> January 2008. Anybody know how to fix this problem or do I have to buy a
> printer. If so, all I can say is that sucks and if Microsoft wasn't a
> monoply I'd never do business with it ever again for forcing an os down
> customer's throats.
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