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Sorry but you are out of luck. This is the only driver that you can use. I had the very same problem with a HP 7660 on Vista. You are lucky it will work at all. I finally just bit the bullet and bought a new Canon printer. I paid about what a set of ink cartridges were for my old HP 7660. I now have a printer that is Vista compatible that works as designed. You can keep beating your head against the wall as I did for 1 year or just get another printer and be happy.
Hello, It sounds like you have a capacitor problem. It was about two years ago that some bad capacitors from china was purchased by several of the big monitor manufactures. These capacitors almost like clockwork start swelling after the monitor is about a year to a year in half old. The biggest manufacturer that this happened to was Gateway and you can do a Google search on just about any (FPD2185W Gateway Capacitor Problem) and the internet is full of unhappy people. They were not the only ones that purchased these bad capacitors. There are alot of how to guides on replacing them yourself if you have a little mechanical knowledge and a soldering iron. You can also find several guys on e-bay selling the power inverters with new caps or offering to fix yours. Just go to e-bay and type in Power Inverter for monitors and you will see. If this is your problem the monitor will get worse. They start not powering up after you restart the computer. But the power button will still be lit up. Then after a while it will finnaly come on. I hope this info helps at least point you in the right direction for research.
It's seems all of you has a busted backlight inverter problems, Need to replaced a new inverter or repaired. You guys wanna saved $$$, try to repaired yourself. Then you will need to tested all the capacitors, find the busted caps and replaced it. Good lucks, Have a nice days!
Its not a malfunction. blinking light is indicator shows that no appropriate input signal detected. If you are using laptop refer your user manual to toggle to external display device. For example in most of the Toshiba Laptops requires to use Fn+F5 in order to use external display device like you have. If issue still persist you may post again by including the details of your laptop/desktop model.