For so little having to be said, you are "THE BIG WIZ". You sent me to two locations that I have spent hours looking for. This is one site I have bookmarked for future advice. Well worth the money, no matter how much it costs. Again thanks for help. When time is money, FixYa saves mucho time.
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I hope you have another computer by you because you need to link your Datawind UbiSurfer 9" Netbook to a PC or laptop via USB cable. On the PC Google :Driver Wiz and download it.
Click My Computer and locate the main drive of the Notebook,
Go to the desktop of the PC and find Downloads, locate the downloaded Driver Wiz, hold down the Ctrl botton and let mouse button and drag and drop the Driver Wiz file on to your notebook drive. Having done that while still wired to the PC Click the Wiz Icon, Install it and then Run it. Then boot up your notebook, with refreshed and updated drivers on board I think this might do the trick. Goog Luck and Feliz An'os, Happy New Year. Arnie
There is a little scanner in the fax machine that reads the page so it can be sent out. You should be able to open the top, similar to changing the toner, and locate the scanner. This should have some glass over top protecting it. Just take a damp cloth and clean that piece of glass. There is most likely a small piece of dirt on the glass, but when it scans paper it looks like a big streak.
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I have the same problem; have spent hours and days on this...no help from HP; they sent me to a web site for cleaning and the pictures did not even look like the C5180. Am ready to toss and go by a Canon.....
What you hoovered off is the developer. This is required by the print process. Hoovering it off means there is no way for the toner to get onto the paper. You must replace all the developer units and possibly the toner too. It will be cheaper to by a new printer i think.
You could try a claim on your insurance if you are covered for accidental damage.
In future, maybe you should call an engineer - it is usually cheaper than a new printer.
Response on condensor. As I am not a mechanic, only a vehicle owner, I haven't spent much time under the hood, only to make temporay fixes I discover. Accessing the condensor is a mystery to me. The shop guys say "It's under that big boxy looking thingy against the firewall on the left." (And shop rates are $125.00 an hour!!!!.... I should be a millionaire!!) Sorry I don't have a good answer for you. Good luck!