Thanks for answering so quick... i don't know too much about how this works. when i first turned on my laptop it gave me the option of xp or vista, and i've been regretting my decision to go w vista since... do you think it's a good idea for me to switch? this printer thing is really annoying.
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I suggest you go to the source, contact HP product support at the link below, the service is free as long as you use the email option, they are fairly quick to answer. Click HERE to go to the HP support site. I have received allot of very detailed and easy to understand troubleshooting guides from them over the years on my HP products.
If you get a blank screen here's the steps below, if this is not the issue, please ignore it. Please let me know the exact error so that I can give you a solution.
Mo Bradley consumer advocate advises on how to save money and side step rip offs.
You turned on your laptop and horrors upon horrors, the screen is BLACK! You see that the laptop has power but besides that nothing is happening. I want you to know that there is a very good chance you can get out of this situation quickly and without any cost. This fix works on all brands of laptops:
Mo Bradley says do this: • 1) TAKE OUT YOUR LAPTOP BATTERY • 2) REMOVE YOUR AC ADAPTOR CORD, that's the wall power, remove it. • 3) NOW HOLD DOWN THE POWER BUTTON FOR 30 SECONDS
2.That will drain any static electricity that has built up on your laptop system board and many times fixes the problem of a black screen. After the 30 seconds re-connect your laptop to the wall power and hit the power button normally and see if the laptop comes back up.
Replace your battery.
3.Did this help you? If so Mo Bradley has one more quick tip to save your pocket.
I would like you to save on the high cost of replacement printer ink and I implore you not to buy Original Brand replacement ink. This is the rip off of the century and the Original Brand companies are not even ashamed. Try this website http://www.usainktank.com/ for ink which is mostly under $4.00 each (even HP ink) or if they don't have your printer model try some of the other suppliers of off brand printer ink. In the past I have used http://www.4inks.com/ and http://www.123inks.com/. They all have good quality off brand cartridges that will save you so much money.
I had the same problem of code 10. I am using an HP pavilion dv6000 with a ricoh webcam. I found that I download a microsoft updates on the 8th of febuary which included some sonix drivers which were optional and no good to me but stoped my webcam working.
By going into 'control panal' and selecting 'system' then 'devise manager' you get a list of your system. If you then select the 'universal serial bus controlers' at the bottom you will see the sonix driver. By rolling back this installed driver I found my webcam started working again.
This solved my problem and I cant believe there aren't a lot of people out there with the same problem. Good old microsoft!