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Not quite. It is "ESS-****-TWO".
Do a "custom" scan. When it completes, Windows Update will offer "Service Pack 2 (two)" or "Service Pack 3 (three)" as an update. Allow it to download and install that update.
Restart, and reaccess the web-site, and there will more updates.
Then, try again to print.
I just solved this for myself. Download the vista drivers from the website. dont run the install when it downloads. First unzip the files to a folder on your desktop. Then right-click on the setup exe. Go to properties. select compatibility. Choose vista service pack 2. check the "run as admin" box near the bottom. THEN run the exe. good luck!
have you installed the PROPER Vista driver? Or just used the install disk that may have come with your machine years ago, and may not be designed for "Vista". Go to sharp and download the proper driver, or at least see if it is supported.
click on start > control panel > printers or printers and faxes >
right click on the printer icon and select printing preferences.
click on advance and look for mirror image
turn off mirror image and click apply.
this should work
Went to HP support web site and found the following info. The HP drivers link will take to their download site If you haven't installed the Vista Print drivers yet.
Our church bought new computers with Vista Busines two years ago and after struggling with it for 6 months went back XP Pro. This was before any Vista service packs had been released so I'm not sure if these issues have improved. We are in no hurry to upgrade to Vista. Some articles I've read about 6 months ago recommended waiting for windows 7. I haven't followed how the release of windows 7 is going. Vista is a VERY DIFFERENT ANIMAL and can be frustrating. Been there and I feel your pain. hp drivers and downloads Microsoft support
Thanks for the additional information... I know what you mean about this feature and you're not alone... Quite a few people have complained that it makes life very difficult.
One solution it to apply a registry "fix" and this is detailed here: http://wizardev.ca/web-words/fix-for-ie7s-shrink-to-fit-printing-option
However that may not work for Vista so as a workaround for now I'd try a couple of things.
1. Try running windows update and make sure you have all the latest security updates installed as it looks like one of these may have solved part of the issue.
Because I don't use Vista myself I can't confirm if registry change would be allowed (because of all the security in Vista) but you could try running this code from the command window. [code] reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet
Explorer\MAIN\FeatureControl\FEATURE_STF_Scale_Min" /v iexplore.exe /t
REG_DWORD /d 100 /f [/code]
More likely is that you'll need to use this work-around instead..
Before you Print Preview option (click the down arrow to the right of the print icon on your IE7 toolbar) and change the "Shrink to Fit" option to 100% or a comfortable proportion.
Hope that helps and just as a thought... Internet Explorer 8 is now out and "might" resolve this but I'd hold off on installing it for a couple of months until any bugs have been ironed out.
ya its vista issue i have same one my dell works half butt most of tiem also cuse of drivers aint relly made for vista keep looking on dell site for new vista drivers only ever other week its updated ok