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If this was online you need to read the return instructions as they differ between sellers.
1.Some will provide a prepaid label
2. Some will expect you to register a problem before returning the item
3. Some will expect you to pay postage.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/120738767650?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649 AU $8.40 Buy it Now + postage AU $0.96 you could get this on Ebay if you dont have an account you will need to create one https://scgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?RegisterEnterInfo Add Email adress Add Bank Acc Add Credit Card also add your postal adress also add a paypal account On Ebay summary page you will see on left a paypal link When you get to the paypal login page at the bottom you will see new to paypal sign up tab Paypal to create an account Paypal registration password ,bank card /credit card,phone numbers home/mobile ,email adress and a postal adress be very specific when you type in the search Always ask questions ? Before you make a purchase and keep the email /s for security reasons if the item arrives and its not as described. You will even see the pictures of your item so you cant make a mistake and get them home delivered. or you might be able to find one closer for local pick up
depending on it's age, it could be a Parallel, a Serial, or a USB printer....
You will also need the drivers for it...Note: it is sometimes known as a Zebra printer. HOW you connect it to your PC depends on the connection. WHEN you install the drivers also depends on what connection type it is (USB: do not connect printer until the driver software tells you to, the others are OK to connect first...but NOT while the PC is ON....especially for a serial printer.)
UPS used to use those (they may still,) and might have drivers you can use....they wern't for USB when I used them, but they may have now...
I'm not going to go through a list for you, but I can tell that you don't have many options. The HP Compaq Business Desktop D530 uses a small form factor which means you don't have the same space as normal desktop users inside of your machine for the vast majority of display adapters. You would need at least a medium form factor for that. The other problem is that your power supply is only 185W and can't supply the the amount of power needed for most desktop class display adapters. The machine you are using wasn't designed to ever be used for gaming, and it shows. You would need to get a bigger computer case and higher watt (around 400 to 600 watt) power supply to support most desktop display adapters.
The Zip or Postal code depends upon the place. Like for New york, most of the postal codes would start from 1XXXXX. It would have 5 digits. So, if you could provide me with the destination, atleast i could try to pull out the postal code list for you.
When an application fails to run, start the Program Compatibility Wizard by clicking on Start \ Control Panel and select 'Use an older program with this version of Windows' listed at the bottom of the side bar. -Click Next to start the wizard. -In the next screen, I like to choose the first option instead of hunting around for the program executable. If you do know where the executable resides, select the third option. -Click Next to continue. -Once the list is displayed, scroll through and find the application you want to run in Compatibility mode. -Click Next to continue. -Select the version of Windows, the application was originally written to run on. If you do not know, start out with Windows XP (SP2). One advantage of using the wizard is the test mode functionality shown later. --The next screen list options if your program has problems handling the higher quality video of Vista. For now, click Next to continue. After the wizard completes and the test fails, you will have the option to return to this screen. Experiment with the settings by starting off with disabling visual themes and desktop composition, if you can't get things working. The below table list definitions for each setting:
Run in 256 colors - This forces the entire screen to 256 colors while the application is running
Run in 640×480 screen resolution — Runs the program in a smaller-sized window. Try this setting if the graphical user interface appears jagged or is rendered improperly.
Disable visual themes - Disables themes on the program. Try this setting if you notice problems with the menus or buttons on the title bar of the program.
Disable desktop composition - Turns off transparency and other advanced display features. Choose this setting if window movement appears erratic or you notice other display problems.
Disable display scaling on high DPI settings - Turns off automatic resizing of programs if large-scale font size is in use. Try this setting if large-scale fonts are interfering with the appearance of the program.
-Next, if the application requires Administrative privileges, select this option. --Otherwise click Next. --NOTE--:You will have the option to return to this setting if the program fails to run during the test. -On the next screen, click Next to test the application. If successful select the first option and click Next to continue. -If the application failed to run or has problems (such as video), select the second option to go back and make additional changes. ---After a successfull test, select either Yes or No to send information to Microsoft, then click Finish to save your settings. To reset the compatibility settings back to the original settings, run the wizard again and in the 'Select a compatibility mode for the program', select the last option to 'not apply a compatibilty mode'. -One big advantage to using the Program Compatibility Wizard, is that you can view which programs or applications are running in compatibility mode by running the wizard and checking the settings column. -If running an older software application in compatability mode fails, check the software manufacturer site for information or updates to the software.