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1) Not sure what you want to do. Return to Win98? You may be hardpressed to find Win98 drivers, especially if you have any newer peripherals.
2) Since a cpu has no mechanical parts, it makes no difference whether it is vertical or horizontal. A cd/dvd drive however may be a different story.
3) If you only have 2 RAM slots that hold a max of 256mb, it stands to reason that you can only have 512mb total. There used to be some software programs that were supposed to have the effect of increasing RAM, but I never had much faith in them.
Brain-storm .... simple solution .... REPLACED Magenta Drum.... works as good as usual, but is still and always been out a little - very strange, depending on the stock, if I'm using a 10pt coated stock, color registration has always been a little out ( when the cyan and magenta are being used ((together)) - purple - dark blue etc ...)
Try to reset your printer it might fixed your problems:
To reset your device do the following steps.
While the printer is on, remove the power cord from the back of the printer, wait 30 seconds, and then plug the power cord into the back of the printer. If the printer is not already on, turn it on by pushing the power button. Try printing again. I think it will help you.
It sounds like the color ink cartridge is clogged. You can try taking the color cartridge out, and take a paper towel and some windex with amonia. Spray the paper towel with the windex and then take the color cartridge, and wipe the bottom of the ink cartridge. After wiping the bottom of the cartridge, try pressing on the bottom of the cartridge (Print head) with the paper towel...You should start seeing some ink soaking into the paper towel. If you do not see any ink on the paper towel, then try wiping it again with the windex/paper towel. If after a couple tries, you can not get the ink to flow from the print head, then I would suggest getting a new cartridge.
The HP ink cartridges can get a bit tricky and the print heads will clog when the printer is left sitting for a long period of time.
Hope this helps.
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first i need you to check and see if your printer is online
click on your start button then click control panel then were it says hardware and sound below it click printers then right click on your printer make sure its not the fax one make sure it says use printer offline if it does then its fine if it says use printer online then click it
ok if that is good then click propeties then click the advance tab up top make sure these areas are checked
priority set to one
spool print documents etc etc
start printing immediately
print spooled documents first
enable advance printing features
ok now click the security tab and click on everyone
make sure the print allow box is checked
let me know if this fixes it if not we''ll go further into it
there is a check printer utility however i do think it is your cartridge take it out and/or clean it, http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=234&modelid=7964#DownloadDetailAct